My teacher set the colored tape, black construction paper, scissors, and chalk on the table.
All I needed was a little time and the chance to do something all by myself.
I concentrated on my work.
The tape was sticky and I had to use my hands and my mind to figure out how to keep the tape from sticking together.
I made lines on my paper.
My lines began to form shapes
I had plenty of time to create more lines and more shapes.
My cutting skills were improving as I worked to cut the tape but I didn’t notice.
Some of my friends created their own shapes too! What shapes do you see?
This was fun and my confidence grew as I made my own decisions...
I am glad my teacher gave us time to create!This article is being shared with you by Deborah Stewart of Teach Preschool - Promoting excellence in early childhood education at home and in the preschool classroom!
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