We used watered down glue, tissue paper, construction paper, and some shiny paper used to wrap fruit baskets with.
The kids worked to cover their paper with watered down glue and ripped strips of various shades of orange. I bought some of the bleeding tissue paper that helped melt the colors together.
A finished paper and stem waiting to be cut once it dries.
Cutting a spiral from green paper for our curly vines.
I love the shiny lines for our pumpkins. Next the kids made their pumpkins by cutting them into big pumpkin shapes.
I took pictures of each of the kids making their scariest faces. Oh I hope you're not too scared by these two.
Oh look how beautiful our pumpkin patch turned out. The kids are all standing on their pumpkins.
Look out! Something is hidden under each pumpkin and it could be scary! Mr. Lumsden our gym teacher is very scary. Thanks Hannah for the help!
I love all the different sizes and shapes that everyone made. The spiral vines help to make the display very 3D.
Here is our class video!
Our weather is changing and Vermont is a rainbow of fall colors. We are looking forward to another beautiful autumn week. Maybe we'll go out looking the most beautiful leaves we can find during our community time.
Remember to be kind!