Cur­sive writ­ings cre­ate skele­tons

Serve Daily - - NEWS - By Ju­lia Mur­ray

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.

Ju­lia Mur­ray

Cur­sive skele­ton art­works by Miss Mur­dock’s third grade class at Art City El­e­men­tary.

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