We made a little "kit" for each child to make 2 owls...one for each teacher. The owls' bodies are 1" circle punches. The wings are an apple punch cut in half and the stem chopped off. The beak is made using tiny heart punch. We used glue dots for the googly eyes...which is actually a great way for children to use them. We kept the glue dots on the roll that they came on and just applied the eyes to the dots. Then we gave each child 4 eyes they could easily peel and stick to their owls. The completed owls went back into each baggie with the child's name on it which we used for the "kit".
We also had each child write their name on a piece of paper. I scanned them in and resized them to about 1". I printed them out on light green paper and cut a leaf shape around each. Each child's name is on a leaf under the owl that they made. Isn't that cute?
I happened to have a couple of stretched canvases on hand. I painted the background with a blue wash. I freehanded a tree shape with trunk and branches. I used two different leaf shape punches to punch a variety of green papers and glued those leaves to fill in the tree shape.
I used a toothpick to "carve" the tree trunk. "KC" is the name of Alfredo's class. STS is abbreviation of the school name.
Here's the one we made for the assistant teacher.
Isn't that a fun gift?
That is a great idea!!! Love it!
How adorable! Great idea and great job.
So so cute! I pinned it for future use since Noodlebug starts Kindergarten this Fall!
This is so cute! I'm sure Mrs. Janus will love it!
Just seeing this, Amy. It is really lovely...beautiful idea and artwork. Both of the teachers will be happy to have them on display, I am sure.
This is the best teacher's gift ever Amy! Just adorable...
Such a sweet gift!
That is a wonderful gift to give a teacher. It is creative and super cute. I bet the teacher was so excited. This is thoughtful and well thought out. I bet the kids had loads of fun putting it all together.
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awwwwwwww!! What a thoughtful teacher gift sweet Amy!! And I adore his class group picture. Happy Summer!! XO
What size canvas was this?
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