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Old 05-14-2016, 01:40 PM
 
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Since I've got 3 years invested in the Safari theme, I've been wondering what to do with all of the stuffed animals I've collected.Hmm..? So, what do you think about a Circus theme? I'm thinking it would be a good use of my animals, and appropriate for 1st graders. Any Circus theme people out there please tell me/show me how you used it! Thanks!


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I did a circus theme, but it was many years ago.

I know that I had a seal in the hall balancing balls. Each ball listed something we needed donated for our classroom. The title was something like, "Help us have a ball."

My sight word wall was a popcorn theme. I used the Jack Hartman "Popcorn Words" song a lot.
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...a lot tchrrx! I'm still deciding, but I like your ideas. I already have a seal I could use....thanks again!
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