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Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
Cool Caps Project 2011-2012
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Cool Caps Project 2011-2012

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  • 1. Cool Caps  Project 2011-2012
  • 2. It all started with an article in Ranger Rick magazine...
  • 3. ...and we started collecting caps.
  • 4. At times they threatened to take over the library office!
  • 5. Our fantastic kitchen crew sanitized every cap for us in their dishwasher.
  • 6. Now clean, they still occupied a lot of the library office.
  • 7. Next, it was time to put students to work sorting the caps by color.
  • 8.  
  • 9. All grades got involved!
  • 10. A rainbow!
  • 11. More rainbows in the library.
  • 12. Our art teacher and her intern began a study of Georges Seurat and pointillism.
  • 13. Practicing the pointillism technique.
  • 14. More practice for the circus mural, which will be part caps, part "points" of color.
  • 15. Kindergarteners did a great job of gluing caps!
  • 16.  
  • 17. After gluing, it was time to drill and put in the screws.
  • 18. Parents helped after hours!
  • 19. Some walls needed to be prepped for our creations...
  • 20. ...and finishing touches
  • 21. needed to be added.
  • 22.  
  • 23. The library entrance got a face lift.
  • 24. And now we're off to the circus!
  • 25.  
  • 26. Amazing, isn't it?
  • 27. Passing the park now, on the way out to recess.
  • 28. Our thanks   *to Ranger Rick for the idea *to artist Michelle Stitzlein for the inspiration! *to our families for all of their caps *to our drilling crew *to Mrs. Tiplady and Ms. Overton for their expertise

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