We're on Safari! Inspired by this awesome blog, I created this jeep.
The kids and I love it!
My special ed students made these animals from Deanna Jump's zoo unit.
I worked with them on writing a simple sentence.
Whereas, my other students read and researched native animals.
They kept their information stored in their Safari Journal.
The masks are made out of chipboard which they painted to look like wood.
I helped them to cut out the shapes for the mouth, nose, and eyes.
The students added details. It was very labor intensive but well worth it.
During the multicultural fair, students "visit" to learn about the country.
We performed two Reader's Theatre plays based on African Tales;
The Royal Drum and Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain.
Happy Teaching and Learning!