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This was our Rainforest Collage that our class made for Rainforest Week! We showed the children how to make trees from cardboard and tissue paper and they glued them on themselves. They also used bark, moss and other natural materials that we collected on a walk in the forest. They then chose a photo of an animal and drew a little picture of it to put into the rainforest.

This was our Rainforest Collage that our class made for Rainforest Week! We showed the children how to make trees from cardboard and tissue paper and they glued them on themselves. They also used bark, moss and other natural materials that we collected on a walk in the forest. They then chose a photo of an animal and drew a little picture of it to put into the rainforest.

Chinese New Year!!! Our class was in charge of this festival assembly. The whole school actually worked on decorating the skirt of the big dragon, gluing tissue paper circles to it. Our class worked hard at cutting out the paper scales and painting other various parts. Then at the assembly each class got to take a turn dancing under the huge dragon costume while 3 students worked the smaller dragon that was attached to the top of 3 poles.

Chinese New Year!!! Our class was in charge of this festival assembly. The whole school actually worked on decorating the skirt of the big dragon, gluing tissue paper circles to it. Our class worked hard at cutting out the paper scales and painting other various parts. Then at the assembly each class got to take a turn dancing under the huge dragon costume while 3 students worked the smaller dragon that was attached to the top of 3 poles.

This is our classroom display of Arctic Foxes!The students made their little foxes from various shapes. I just directed them to cut out circles, triangles, half circles and directed them how to attach them all together to make a little arctic fox. They did a great job!

This is our classroom display of Arctic Foxes!The students made their little foxes from various shapes. I just directed them to cut out circles, triangles, half circles and directed them how to attach them all together to make a little arctic fox. They did a great job!

For Christmas our class made ornaments out of Fimo Clay that you can bake in a regular oven and make hard. I always provide  pictures for the children to look at and get ideas from. They always have better results when they do their work after observing something as a model.

For Christmas our class made ornaments out of Fimo Clay that you can bake in a regular oven and make hard. I always provide pictures for the children to look at and get ideas from. They always have better results when they do their work after observing something as a model.

All of our class's fimo clay ornaments! They had pictures to  model their ornaments after and the teachers also sat and made their own to show how to do it. I was very surprised by how well they did!

All of our class's fimo clay ornaments! They had pictures to model their ornaments after and the teachers also sat and made their own to show how to do it. I was very surprised by how well they did!

For Christmas our class made "nisser" for gifts to their parents. We used a Styrofoam cone for the base, precut the red hats from felt, and used real wool for the beards! Again the teachers made one along with the class to show how to do it.

For Christmas our class made "nisser" for gifts to their parents. We used a Styrofoam cone for the base, precut the red hats from felt, and used real wool for the beards! Again the teachers made one along with the class to show how to do it.

This is a favorite class project; making prints from leaves! We usually take a walk in the local park and have the children carefully pick the leaves themselves, then go back to class and have them make prints with the leaves in all colors!

This is a favorite class project; making prints from leaves! We usually take a walk in the local park and have the children carefully pick the leaves themselves, then go back to class and have them make prints with the leaves in all colors!

For our morning hand writing activity we many times just put out a big piece of paper out on the floor and let them practice writing numbers and letters in paint or crayons. They love it and it gives them a wider range of movement. Plus you end up with a pretty piece of work to decorate your classroom with! We have even used these murals to wall paper the students' play area with!

For our morning hand writing activity we many times just put out a big piece of paper out on the floor and let them practice writing numbers and letters in paint or crayons. They love it and it gives them a wider range of movement. Plus you end up with a pretty piece of work to decorate your classroom with! We have even used these murals to wall paper the students' play area with!

The Sami flag! For our Sami week we made a this whole kindergarten project. We found it from a Pinterest pin and gave it a try and it turned out wonderful! We even got permission to assemble it behind the local cathedral for everyone to see. It lasted the rest of the winter too. We just colored water with poster paint, froze it in milk cartons, assembled it and painted on the circle by hand.

The Sami flag! For our Sami week we made a this whole kindergarten project. We found it from a Pinterest pin and gave it a try and it turned out wonderful! We even got permission to assemble it behind the local cathedral for everyone to see. It lasted the rest of the winter too. We just colored water with poster paint, froze it in milk cartons, assembled it and painted on the circle by hand.

When we studied the animals found in Norway we made this incredible display! The students painted in the water and land themselves (I drew the picture) and we all made little trees to glue on it. We glued just the stem part onto the poster. We then made fimo clay animals while looking at photos and pinned onto the board between the trees. They all did an incredible job!

When we studied the animals found in Norway we made this incredible display! The students painted in the water and land themselves (I drew the picture) and we all made little trees to glue on it. We glued just the stem part onto the poster. We then made fimo clay animals while looking at photos and pinned onto the board between the trees. They all did an incredible job!