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Dec 6, 2012

The Grinch Day!

Hello Everybody! Because one of our Christmas stories is The Grinch Who Stole Christmas I decided to make a mini-unit day out of it.  

The Grinch Who Stole Christmas

Song: the Grinch music video and song

Craft: a Mr. Grinch head
Follow link to Tippytoe Crafts/Christmas

Start out by drawing the outline of the head
Then draw the outline of the hat
Finish by drawing the mouth and eyes.

Glue hat on first, then mouth, eyes, and use a black marker to draw in pupils and nose. Add cotton with felt glue on the santa hat.

Movie: How the Grinch Stole Christmas
 There are two versions of this movie. Either the old cartoon...or the newer Jim Carrey version, both funny and the kids will really enjoy.

We ended the school-day with a movie and a snack, overall a pretty fun afternoon, especially after the hard mental academic work of the morning.
I call this afternoon snack THE FALL SPECIAL. Take Trisket crackers and top with thinly sliced apples and cheddar cheese. Then broil until cheese melts. YUM!



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