…..and sometime "big kids" too!

Bow Ties for Mr. Paxton

This week was an especially difficult one.  A teacher and dear friend passed away on Tuesday, November 1.  These students knew this teach and so I incorporated my activity into a bow tie, something Russell wore regularly.  My original plan was a square piece of black paper the students would draw and cut shapes out of showing the positive and negative together.  I changed the square to a bow tie, which caused a few issues with the curved edges, however the students managed to make them work just fine.  A tribute to our friend.  Rest in peace Mr. Paxton, though you are gone, you will never be forgotten.  Love and miss you.

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