Friday, October 14, 2016

Fabulous Fall!

Hey Science Friends,
This Weather Wednesday was all about fall. I was looking forward to it considering the school hallways and walls are being filled with all things fall. One of my favorites has always been fall tree projects.
These two fall trees were made by our fabulous art teacher Mrs. Lane and served as such an inspiration for what we did in class.
As you can clearly see fall is all around me! I really wanted something to create after our discussion about the seasons. So, we decided on simple torn paper trees because we had plenty of paper on hand and we knew this would be just the thing to kick off thinking about all things fall.
And the kids had a great time making the leaves. We had plenty to work with in no time. With a little classical music playing in the background I am willing to say it was a peaceful ending to a perfect day.


2 comments:

  1. This is an awesome way of incorporating color and art into science. This would be a fun lesson and activity for students to bring out their own creativity! Thank you for sharing.

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  2. Madison Rose LaceyMay 3, 2017 at 1:07 PM

    This is awesome!!! Being able to incorporate art, colors of changing leaves, observation, and creativity into this activity is awesome!! There are so many cross-curricular activities that could stem from this! Thank you for sharing your ideas, the process of implementing, and the photographs of the creations!

    -Madison Lacey

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