December is such a fun month for crafts.  Our class went and saw the play "How the Grinch Stole Christmas," and we did several activities to get ready for our field trip.  After we read the story, we brainstormed what we would do to make the Grinch grin.  We made our Grinch, and then I had them draw a picture of: "What would you do to make a Grinch grin?"

Because of the size of the Grinch, I decided to have the students draw a picture instead of write a sentence AND a picture.  I wrote a note next to their picture of what the student said about their drawing.  This one is my favorite.  :)


  1. Do you have a pattern of the grinch? I just found your blog and love your ideas. If you could share that would be great. Thanks.

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