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Old 04-16-2010, 07:05 PM
 
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This will be my theme for next year for my 3rd grade class. I'd like to include a daytime sky as well as a night time sky (each in a different area of the room) maybe. Night time is easy with stars, moons, etc. What could I do for daytime? I'm thinking sun and clouds but how to incorporate everything. Would is be a stupid waste of hanging/ceiling space to hand clouds? I just don't quite no how to go about this but I like the idea of a theme with a message and opportunities for teaching as well.


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What about incorporating the different types of clouds for your decorations? This would easily tie the cloud idea into your curriculum. Just a thought!
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I think this is a really neat idea!

I also like the idea of hanging clouds from the ceiling and making them the different types!!! You could also take snapshots of your students and attach them to the clouds or write their names on them to create a "community" feel...

Maybe a rainbow or some raindrops as well

As I was reading your post, I remembered something. They sell those moon phase moons at Hobby Lobby and a couple of online science places. It is a 3d moon that you attach to the wall and when you turn it on, it shows the different phases! I've seen them for around $30! That would be really cool for your night sky!!!
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I love the ideas! I have in my mind to hand clouds, rainbow, sun, etc and fade to a night sky with moon and stars (maybe even planets) but not sure how to do that without making it look tacky and untied. The rooms not that big so I may need to pair some ideas down.


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I was thinking about doing this for my 1st grade theme this year too. I was planning on doing hot air balloons and kites. You can also do birds, butterflies, bugs, anything you could find in the sky. Carson-Dellosa has some super cute stuff in their new catalog.
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Old 06-30-2011, 07:29 AM
 
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You could also go seasonal...


a winter sky is going to have some different inclusions than a summer, spring, or fall sky. etc.

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