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Pretty View for Housekeeping Center
Grade Level(s): Preschool, K
Submitted by: Jaye Darr, Poinciana Elem., Naples, FL, PMH

In my housekeeping center I had a bulletin board in an awkward place. I decided to make it a "window" for the children to look out of while washing dishes, cooking etc... Just make a frame with brown strips of paper, use paper to make a background and create a scene that you can change depending on the season. For winter we cut white corrugated paper to look like snowy hills, a cute cottage and evergreen trees.For spring, the children made tissue flowers which we put in a "window box". I used a lace curtain to frame the window. It looked great and the children had a great time looking out the window and imagining what they might see.



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