Paper Maché Cranes!
paper maché crane will wear the number of a chick making
its first journey south by following ultralight planes
showing the way. Photos
kids in Mrs.
Black's class at Harriett Todd P.S.
in Orillia, Ontario* will celebrate the
whooping cranes' Florida arrival in a BIG way. They're making half-life-size
cranes from paper maché for a big party.
invite you to Try
It! They modified the instructions
found here and
customized for whooping cranes.
(Mrs. Black divided her class into two groups. Half of the class made half-life-size
frames for their paper mache Whooping crane sculptures, while the other half
of the class slipped and slid their way through Phase One of the paper maché process.)
wrap rolls and/or paper towel rolls
ripped into strips
paper and/or tissue paper
See What This Teacher is Doing
The 3rd Grade Students and their teacher, Margaret
Black, are dedicated to cranes this fall. They are
to other "craniac" pen pals across North America;
the crane migration into math, reading,and writing; and
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