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Fun having a Spooky tree in our classroom!

The Spooky tree was on top priority and we are so happy to have it up finally, just in time for Halloween!




































I used about four large sheets of black pastel paper and yellow cut outs for eyes and mouth. A double sided tape or any strong sticky tape can be used to stick it up on the wall. We had done the same with our Nature Tree  and how we created it !








Now we have some cool spooky beings visiting the tree! Some are here to stay and some might fly away!! We reused waste paper to make those snakes, monsters etc., and they turn out really great!




































Probably a little tweaking would help make the branches spread out better.
Right now we love it and we find more spooky guys joining the gang :)


































While this new tree in the room was keeping us busy, here are some nice artworks by the first and second graders:




































Wishing all a Happy Halloween!
Have a blast :)

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