Pretend play, early literacy, dramatic play, and the visual arts all connect with Tag a Bag. Explore ways to travel and places to go. Tour an airport or bring in luggage. Ask families to share travel experiences. Look through travel brochures and magazine
Some children may use imaginary addresses to protect privacy.
Use Crayola® Washable Crayons to decorate the front and back of a file folder, which will be a suitcase. Write your name. Use your imagination to create travel scenes, designs, or show your favorite way to travel.
With Crayola® Scissors (age 4 or older), cut construction paper to make a suitcase handle. Glue the handle to the top of one side of your luggage with Crayola® School Glue. Dry overnight.
Glue both sides of your suitcase and fold the file folder closed.
Use construction paper to make a luggage tag. Print your name, address, and phone number. Punch a hole in the tag. Thread yarn through the hole. Mix up the luggage tags with your friends.
Put all of the luggage on display. Choose a luggage tag and match it up with the correct child’s luggage. You can read each other’s names. When the baggage handlers have sorted the luggage, tie your tag to your bag.
Study the complex, geometric ornamentation of Islamic art. Discover intricate, authentic Zillij designs using math and a
Your imagination gets moving when you look at the photography of Eadweard Muybridge. Create an original painting of you
Have you read Maya Angelou’s Life Doesn’t Frighten Me? What worries you? Turn your concerns over to a Worry Warrior and
How can older students make a difference in the lives of younger ones? Create and share interactive storybooks to bring
Make a very special pop-up card for a very special author.
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