This week, Mrs. Yollis' class read The Lost and Found, a story
in our anthology by Mark Teague.
The story is about three friends who get lost in the Lost and Found bin! Their lucky hats brings them good luck at the end of the story.
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For fun, we wore our lucky hats today!
When the students first entered the classroom, they came up to the front of the class to share their creations. Mrs. Yollis noticed that when a lucky hat was in front of the light from the projector, it cast a very interesting silhouette. A silhouette is the dark shape and outline of someone or something visible against a lighter background. Here are a few of the lucky hat silhouettes!
Here is what some of the hats looked like up close!
|A 5-point star and a 5 dollar bill!|
|Bottle caps and frogs were poppin' and hoppin' on this hat!|
|Feathers adorned several hats. Wait, is that a bird's nest?|
|Eye see a lucky hat!|
|This number was a fascinating hat. Not only did it have lots of spikes, but it was part hat-part game!|
|Post-it Notes and playing cards were used!|
|Even Panda and our new mascot, Beverly, had their lucky hats!|
Which hat was the most interesting to you?
Did your hat bring you any good luck?
What lucky items did you have on your hat?