Dancin' On The Ceiling

After learning about how shadows are made and celebrating Groundhog's Day,
we made sillouettes and hung them on the ceiling.
Our class made portraits on yellow construction paper and cut them out.
We traced them onto black and cut them out to create their shadows!





4 comments:

  1. Oh my word, these are ADORABLE!!!

    I would LOVE to know how you all do team teaching! My friend Amy and I team teach in mustang, OK :) it's our first year (we asked to do it) and we loooove it!! It's going great :)

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    1. You are SO, SO sweet~thank you!!!
      We are happy to hear that you are teaming and love it. We think everyone should team. We have been teaming 1-2 kiddos for 14 years together. Our teacher friends tell us we are like two little old ladies...we talk in unison and finish each other sentences all the time. (And often dress alike!) Kind of weird. But we absolutely love what we do and know that it is so good for our students and their families! We would love to share ideas with how our room works...do you want to send me your email? We look forward to hearing back from you.☺

      Your Tulsa Okie Friends,
      Victoria & Tricia♥

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  2. I absolutely LUV these!! Such a fun way to teach shadows!! I'm your newest follower, I love your cute blog!
    ✿Sue✿
    Science for Kids Blog

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    1. Hi Sue~
      Thanks so much for stopping by, becoming a new friend, and leaving such a sweet comment!!! We SO look forward to following and getting to know you. We are always looking for engaging science activities...and your blog looks AMAZING!!! We hope you have a happy Spring Break.

      TTFN☺
      Victoria & Tricia♥

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