DUMMERSTON SCHOOL —VT
MARION CROSS SCHOOL —VT
NORRIS SCHOOL —MA
Each class chose an African folktale and then wrote their own version of it. Some stayed close to the original while others took every opportunity to introduce their own details. The students performed the stories for their parents and made coloring books as well.
SANDERSON ACADEMY —MA
The Kindergarteners story was illustrated by the 6th grade.
1st graders wrote and illustrated their own group story.
4th graders wrote four different types of Tall Tales. They chose between, Legends, Whoppers, Big Brags and the Crazy Day. Porter from Mrs. McLeod's class wrote a great example of the Crazy Day story shown here.
VERNON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL —VT
SHEFFIELD SCHOOL —MA
PLAINS SCHOOL — MA
COMMON SCHOOL — MA
VIRTUAL SCHOOL — MA
MAVA is the Commonwealth's first virtual public school, providing online education to K-12 students statewide.
I hope we will collaborate on many creative projects in the future.
CONWAY GRAMMAR SCHOOL — MA
A STARS residency from MCC allowed me to work with all the grades at Conway Grammar so the PreK, and K wrote group stories illutrated by the older students.1st grade illustrated their own group story.
The 2nd grade wrote Cat-in-the-Hat Stories. 3rd and 4th grade wrote Interdiction Stories. 5th Grade wrote Cinderella Stories and the 6th grade became a Storytelling Troupe, touring through the rest of the school and telling their own adaptations of folktales.
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