Pieces of Me: our personal story boxes

A few weeks ago we did a Pieces of Me project. We had been speaking a lot about what makes us special, and what makes us different (because different is NOT always a negative thing). The final piece of the puzzle was producing something tangible to showcase our differences and similarities. We created personal boxes.

Our personal boxes were just that - truly personal. None like the other. 
Each child was given an egg carton and asked to collect "stuff"; literally anything that could fit into their little carton was welcomed for our little project.

What they brought back was pretty cool...amazing!  With many stories to tell- with or without words, I was actually quite amazed at the variety and thought that went into collecting items. Some collected from nature, others from around the house. One friend collected items from a recent visit to the paint shop. 

Take a look...


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~ Forest Witcraft

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