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How To: Make a Thankful Tree

By Amanda Crowe, Assistant EducatorFollow-up to Story Time in the Galleries on November 21, 2013Bridging language connections to art-making deepens a child’s understanding of and appreciation for literature, the arts and the world they live in.  Carry out the message from our reading of “Sylvester and the Magic Pebble,”  by author William Steig, through creating “thankful trees” at home.Supplies:Paper, cut into small, individual piecesRibbon or shortened pipe cleanerSmall terracotta potsSmall Styrofoam ball to fit snugly inside the potCotton batting to cover the StyrofoamArtificial pine branches

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