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```					Laken Osgood

STUART LITTLE
“Individual Mice”

Idea/Activity (Description):
Student will be given a piece of construction paper, glue and various shape cut outs.
The student will then be asked to create a picture using the shapes by gluing them on
the construction paper. This will display how different each child is from the other
children in the class, just like how Stuart is different from everyone in the book.

STANDARDS:
Fine Arts CONNECTION or other literature connections:
Topic: Critical analysis and Aesthetic Understanding
Standard: Identifies shapes as flat and forms as not flat.
Standard: Identifies lines as outlines or edges of shapes and forms.

CONNECTIONS:
M1G1. Students will study and create various two and three-dimensional figures and
identify basic figures (squares, circles, triangles, and rectangles) within them.
c. Create pictures and designs using shapes, including overlapping shapes.
M1G3. Students will arrange and describe objects in space by proximity, position, and
direction (near, far, below, above, up, down, behind, in front of, next to, and left or
right of).

The play section or book chapter related to the CREATIVE IDEA/ACTIVITY:
The whole book does a good job at showing how Stuart is different than everyone else.
Therefore I would say this activity would relate the book as a whole.

Materials:
 Construction paper
 Glue
 Cut out shapes
Note: the teacher must cut out shapes prior to this activity.

Directions/ Procedures:
Create a unique piece of art by gluing the paper shapes on to the construction paper.
You may create anything you would like to; this is about being different than others so
please do not copy a friend/classmate.
Note: the teacher must cut out shapes prior to this activity.

Estimated Time: __15 minutes_
Technology Connections:
None
Examples, Drawings, or Pictures of idea/activity:

(Submitted by:_Laken Osgood____VSU Read 3200 ( C ) Fall 2008.)

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