Mrs. Natalia Melnikova and Tatyana Bondareva - Krasnoyarsk, Siberia
Mr. Ferguson's 4th grade - Franconia, New Hampshire
These past three weeks we have been working on a terrifying creature. Fangs, so sharp, eyes, so beady and a jet ski, so cool! It’s so scary your eyes will pop out of their sockets. This thing will stare at you for two whole hours, because he’s made out of cardboard and papier-mâché. This monster is scary but not real. This monster is participating in the Monster Project. It is a universal project. Schools from all around the world describe a body part or accessory. Then each school takes all of those descriptions and make them all the body parts come alive. But it is a process. We had to use PBC piping to keep it balance and sew to make it’s clothes.
We use all the elements of art, which are line, shape, value, space, texture, form and color. We mostly used color and form. Our monster is very colorful and 3D.
This sculpture is important to me because we worked very hard on this magnificent art piece. I learned that it doesn’t come easy and it’s hard to work together on a big project. The Monster Project is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This is posted on Mr. Ferguson's site at: http://lafayettehb.weebly.com/art-work.html
Ms. Gallo's 4th grades - Roosevelt, New York - Flags of the Monster Makers (click for the PDF of all flags)
Miss Hope's Pre-K Class: Paramus, NJ.
Hello! My name is Sticky Hunon Sweaterface.
Mrs. Brown's 5th & 6th Grade -- Haultain Community School, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Monster Month ...
Mrs. Shelby's 4th grade - Mt. Erie, Illinois - Monster Stories
Stevens Creek Elementary, Cupertino, California: Monster Slide Show
Click to Go to the Stevens Creek Show
From Mr. Greenberg's Brainwaves Class - Building the Monster in Bridgeport, Connecticut
Miss Duygu's 5th Grade, Ozbag Orcun Primary School - Kirsehir, Turkey
The Story of Scarecrow
Scarecrow living in Kýrsehir is a wild
She likes eating snakes, bugs and spiders very much.
She likes skating in her spare time.
Her dream is traveling all around the world with her skateboard.
She is talking to other monsters on her mobile phone.
Her cane is magical. If she touches you with it you can turn into a monster too.
She is going to America to find her friends.
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The Days of Halloween Song & I heard it in the
Graveyard-- From Mr.
Allen's Classes -
Cathedral of St. Raymond's School, Joliet, Illinois
Sons and the Lion
This story is about the beginning of life in our culture defined by a man considered to be the first Muganda. He was called Kintu and this man had Three children one was called Gipili the oldest and Labongo in the middle and Walumbe the youngest. That is back in the day when Kintu was sick and almost dying. He tried to find of the three sons who was to become the successor or the hare of him so he gave his three sons a test that from that test he is going to prove who was the best to play the role of a father.
So Kintu put three pots of milk in the jungle deep down the river that it was a long way back home and first and foremost he sent the oldest son to go and bring that milk when he was sick. The oldest son went and carried that pot but it was heavy when he got somewhere he found a lion and this lion told him, “Give me that milk and I 'll let you go free!” But this boy was so scared he decided to give the milk to the lion and when he was back home without the milk and explained to the sick dad what had actually happened to the milk, the dad was sympathetic. That he sent the second son to go for the second pot but when he was also coming back home he met the lion and the story was the same but this time the second son tried to explain to the lion that dad was sick and he needed milk. So he gave the lion half of the pot and brought the half back and explained the incident to the dad. The dad Kintu decided to send the youngest son for the last pot. When the young boy was coming with the milk he again met the same lion who wanted to drink the milk, but this time the boy insisted that it was for dad and he was sick he needed the milk to make it. The lion tried to convince the young boy but he refused to give it the milk and he said that if the lion wants to eat him let it just eat him up! But he is not going to give the milk to the lion.
Kimberly Brown's Grade 5th & 6th
grade - Abominable Snowman
Haultain Community School, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
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