One of my students has been diligently working on this pattern all year. She hasn’t wavered; she hasn’t swayed. She has learned some serious skills from this particular pattern…and it’s all coming to fruition. With just a month left, there’s just the shell to be worked–and I swell with pride because this shell requires aContinue reading “student technique, 5.13”
The students at my school are folding paper cranes en masse; it’s all you see in the halls these days and is part of an effort to ship 1,000 of them to an organization that donates a whole bunch of relief money (in exchange for the cranes) to Japan in the wake of the tsunami.Continue reading “paper cranes for japan, 5.13”
Apparently, in the eyes of one of my students, I have a very thick neck? Spied in the classroom this morning and now blushing as a result. Working with kids–such an adventure, indeed.