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Teaching & Learning Company Cut and Create! Holidays

Sail a jaunty ship for Columbus Day or make a clever cat for Halloween, a Valentine Bear, a leprechaun, an Earth Day globe, to name just a few!Over 30 engaging and colorful holiday projects will brighten your classroom and bring a big grin to your students' faces! While your students practice their scissor skills and enjoy the process of creating, you will be building a firm foundation for their visual-motor skills, a necessary prerequisite for cognitive development.Encourage creativity, develop scissor skills and promote confidence and success!These cut-and-create projects are designed to reinforce visual-motor skills and basic math skills including grouping, ordering and spatial orientation. Simple, illustrated, step-by-step instructions and patterns are included for each project. Finished products can be used for take-homes, bulletin boards, mobiles, gifts and more!Some holidays include: Grandparents' Day; Rosh Hashanah; Election Day; Thanksgiving; Hanukkah; Christmas; Kwanzaa; Martin Luther King Jr. Day; Groundhog Day; Presidents' Day; St. Patrick's Day; April Fools' Day; Easter; Cinco de Mayo; Flag Day and more! Level: preK-2
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Super book!

Date:January 10, 2011
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Location:Clermont, FL
Age:55-65
Gender:female
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I have used this book until it is so tattered that I had to order another one. I am a 3rd grade teacher and this book is great for 2nd or 3rd graders and adds some "fun" to lessons. We make these art pieces and write about them and put it on our bulletin board. The students love making these and this would also be good for homeschoolers.
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