Posted by enessman | Posted in Art, Directed_drawing, smilebox | Posted on February 23, 2012
As part of our online Tooth Tally project (in which we count the teeth we’ve lost and compare our totals with other Grade One classes all over the globe) we read a description of what someone thinks the Tooth Fairy looks like. The students have been focusing on reading comprehension lately, developing strategies to make sure they understand what they read. They read the description carefully, then drew their tooth faires.
Here was the description they had to follow:
“The Tooth Fairy has blonde, straight hair and a big smile on her face. She has small, pink wings on her back. Her floaty, blue dress has sparkling stars on it and she has matching blue high-heeled shoes. Her magic wand has pink and blue streamers on it and a star that glows in the dark. Sometime a little bit of fairy dust falls from her tooth sack as she visits sleeping children.”
Have a look at their wonderful illustrations. How do you think they did? Did they meet the criteria? They LOVE to receive your comments. Just click on the Comment box, leave them some feedback, and your comment will appear once it is moderated. They would also like to know what YOU thought the tooth fairy looked like when you were a child!
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