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    By Kim C

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    Scarecrows! I love to read the story "The Little Old LAdy Who Was Not Afraid of Anything" Then we build the scarecrow out of the parts in the story and label it with the noises that the clothes made. Of course we role play the story several times so the kids really know the sounds. You can make a real scarecrow too! We made ours last Friday and I took pictures of the process. We're going to write a How To book on "How to Make a Scarecrow." I also used a chant I found on called "SCarecrow, Scarecrow." You insert the students names in one at a time wwhen you read it. I took pictures of my students showing a frightened face and I'm going to put the chant in their memory album with the picture. FOcus more on the fall aspects of Halloween. We also made tissue paper leaves. I traced a leaf onto oaktag and the kids glued tissue paper squares to cover the leaf. My asst and I cut them out and I put them on my tree bulletin board and they really look beautiful! Hope this helps.


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