Red Ribbon Week Door

"We SCARE Drugs Away!!!!"
 
Our Red Ribbon Week door turned out adorable, thanks to Miss Kindergarten's Monsters!  Each child made their own monster and then I titled the door, "We Scare Drugs Away!"  In Kindergarten, our focus is on healthy things to put in our body vs. non-healthy things.  I don't outright talk about drugs, but when someone volunteers an unhealthy item that IS a drug, that is how I tie it in...  Look at how cut our door turned out!  :)


 
Here are the students making their monsters.  When I show how to make a craft, I have all of the pieces cut, and then I model the best order to glue everything on.  Then, when it's their turn, I give them the pieces to the project as they are gluing it down.  I don't hand them all of the pieces at once. 


 
I just love our Red Ribbon Week Door!

36 comments

  1. I love this - it is adorable!!!!!

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  2. Would you by any chance share the patterns for the monsters? Those are just precious, and door is soo cute! pks0221@suddenlink.net
    Thanks!

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  3. This is so cute!! I love this idea! I may have to do this next year :)
    Pure Joy

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  4. Do you still have these patterns? If so, would you mind sharing or share where you found them? Kara.keeling@att.net. thanks!!

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  5. these are so cute!!! DO you still have these patterns? If so will you share? aosmith@jefcoed.com

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  6. So cute! Can I have he patterns too? Pretty pretty please?!!! :-) thanks either way! Lcwatson32@gmail.com

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  7. SO CUTE!
    Do you still have patterns ????

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    2. This is great! Can I have the patterns please? btenorio@lcps.net
      Thanks!!!!

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  8. SO cute! Would you be willing to share the patterns? efreeman@gjcs.k12.in.us

    Thanks!

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  9. I would love to use this pattern , would you have the link or mind sending it ... dolores.padilla85@gmail.com

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  10. Would you mind sending this pattern if you still have it?
    LindseyHoffmann@bellevue.k12.ia.us

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  11. Super Cute!
    If you still have the pattern, I would love the template if you are willing to share!!
    mcalpinem@ahst.k12.ia.us

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  12. Love the idea and would love it if you would share the template!! atrees1824@uvaldecisd.net

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  13. Are you selling the template on teachers pay teachers? drosario728@gmail.com

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  14. I would love the template

    ctankersley@boonevilleschools.org

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  16. I would love your templates if they are still available!! Thanks!!

    jennifer.anderson@k12.nd.us

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  17. If your template is still available, I would love a copy! What a great idea!!
    marczeel@northvilleschools.org
    THANK YOU!!!

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  18. If you can please share the template to mjohnson@tcsk12.com. Thank you!

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  19. Love the Monsters. If you are willing to share the template ...nallen@hampton.k12.va.us

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  20. I a new room mom and love this design!!! If you are willing to share the templates that would be awesome!! mvance2004@gmail.com

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  21. would love the pattern - cwakefield@jefcoed.com

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  22. Could you share this template?
    Lindseyking2@gmail.com

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  23. is template available for monsters?
    jthompson@cisd.org

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