Innovative
Classroom

Center Focus

Literature Response

  1. This activity simply requires paints, paper, and imagination!
  2. Have your kids respond to a book they have read or book that is being read by the entire class. They should respond with paint.
  3. They can draw a scene they pictured, the main character, or other interesting story elements. Encourage them to experiment with the colors and different brushes in order to depict the scene in their mind.

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Record a Story
Re-tell A Story
"A Busy Year" Reading
Where Did the Easter Bunny Come From?
Different Perspectives on Columbus
The Pumpkin
Historical Trivia
Sponge Observation
Roses Are Pink, Your Feet Really Stink
Presidential Fractions
Round vs. Flat
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Hero or Not?
Money Del Mundo
Puppets
Valentine Flower Pots
Oil Pastel Fruit
"Thanksgiving" Poem
Surf the World
Thumbprints
A to Z
Valentine Placemats
The Gymnastics Incident
Twelves
Bottle Flutes
All About Easter
Columbus Acrostic
Always Say Never Sometimes
Who Is That?
Copying the Masters
Cultural Comparison
Early Division
Millennium Mural
How Does Soap Affect Bubbles?
Ice Insulation
How fast Can You Run?
What’s Your Valentine Worth?
Millennium Inventions
Complete the Story
If the Earth Were Flat
Haikon Mosaics
Scattergories
Where Is This?
Cinderella, Cinderella
The Color Mix-Up
Spaghetti vs. Macaroni
Exaggeration In Stories
Turkey Math
Dough Dreidel