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Ice Cream-Themed Door Decoration
Grade Level(s): K, 1-2, 3-5
Submitted by: Sabrina, 2nd Grade Teacher, Georgia

I decorate my door to resemble an ice cream shop with a pink and white awning at the top of the door {the awning is made of heavy cardboard}. On the door I write the phrase, "Here's the 'Scoop' Second Grade Is A Real Treat". I then give each child a blank scoop of Ice cream {cut from construction paper} and allow them to decorate it and color it to resemble their favorite ice cream flavor. I then use this same theme as a behavior reward for the entire class. The class works to earn a designated amount of scoops on an oversized cone I have cut from brown paper. Once they have achieved their goal, we have an ice cream party.



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