I am going to share a little fall art project my kiddos and I worked on this week.
I was slacking on changing my display in the hallway. We still had "All About Me" hanging, and I was ready for a change after seeing those every time I walked to my classroom!
I bought a fall paper pack at JoAnn's over the weekend. I cut many pieces (I didn't count) into 1" strips and put them all in a basket. Each student then chose paper patterns that they liked. They glued these strips on a piece of white copy paper. The directions were to have the strips touch one another, but as you will see, that didn't always happen.
After covering the white paper with colored strips, we worked on the pumpkin part. I cut the hole in the middle of the pumpkin. Students then continued the cutting. They cut out the inside of the pumpkin shape. We then glued the "scrap" over the strips of paper.
Below you will see some finished products. I'm looking forward to enjoying these for the next few weeks!