NATIONAL DAY CALENDAR CLASSROOM | WEEK 31 | March 24, 2019
The classroom functions best when kindness rules. National Scribble Day not only is a fun, creative day, but it inspires kindness in each of us. Thanks to the founder of the day, author Diane Alber, the day is designed to include children of all abilities. The classroom joins the project to create scribbles and see personalities come to life.
We also dive into the archives. National Something on Stick Day provides the opportunity to also celebrate National Pencil Day by making a pinwheel.
The classroom offers trivia and crossword and word search puzzles to keep the class interesting all week long, too. Check out all our puzzles here.
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National Scribble Day Project
Every child’s first attempt at art is usually a scribble. With just a little encouragement, a scribble becomes so much more when eyes, a mouth and stick arms and legs are added. Give children the freedom to scribble and design characters that express themselves. Let them be colorful and discover their abilities one scribble and sticker at a time.
For more resources, visit new.dianealber.com/scribbleday/ and to sign up for stickers.