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Simple 1st grade project

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    • Kandinsky Trees A 1st Grade Project
    • Materials GluesticksScissors Markers Construction Paper
    • Step 1Name on back of Paper Mr. Nortman
    • Step 2Make a tree trunk!First, take a sheet of brownconstruction paper
    • Step 3Then, trace your hand witha black marker
    • Step 4Cut out your hand shape
    • Step 5Glue your hand shape on to your paper
    • Step 6 Now you will make leaves!First, pick out 3 different colored pieces of construction paper
    • Step 7Draw a large circle on one piece,A medium circle on another piece,And a small circle on the last piece
    • Step 8Cut out the circles
    • Step 9Glue the circles on top of each other
    • Step 10Then glue on to your tree trunk!
    • Step 11Now take 3 different color pieces ofconstruction paper.
    • Step 12Draw a large circle on one piece,A medium circle on another piece,And a small circle on the last piece
    • Step 13Cut out the circles
    • Step 14Glue the circles on top of each other
    • Step 15Then glue on to your tree trunk!
    • Step 16 tree is fullKeep making leaves until yourand colorful!
    • What a beautiful tree!
    • Acknowledgments• All images were used under the Creative Commons License• Slide backgrounds and tree were designed by Simon Nortman Images courtesy of Flickr & Clip Art