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The Eyeballs Have It


Found In: book making, creative writing, halloween, language arts

I use the eye balls that you can get on the straws from Taco Bell at Halloween in several ways — after taking them out of the straw.

I cut construction paper or tag board to make a book. The students cut holes in the sheets the size of the eyes and glue the eyes on the inside [back] cover so they show [through] on each page. Then they write stories using the eyes as the center point to draw a picture around each set of eyes. I have found this is great for creative writing and idea generating for the lower level student.

I also paint numbers on the eyes and play math games with them and roll them as with marbles.

 

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