Cursive writings create skeletons
There is more than one way to get kids to work on their cursive writing skills. The third-grade at Art City Elementary School, in Springville, had students write their names on white art paper, fold the paper in half then cut out their names. With scrap pieces of paper students created a head, arms, and legs and their name acts as the body of a skeleton.
What a fun way to make cursive writing enjoyable. Can you see their names. Look close and see if you can find your name or someone you know.
Try this at home with your kids for a fun Halloween Decoration for the front door.
Cursive skeleton artworks by Miss Murdock’s third grade class at Art City Elementary.