For example, the length could be 20 cm, the width 10 cm, his legs 3 cm wide and his arms 2 cm wide. Cauldrons and Cookery" B.
Well, after we came down from the mountain, I tended to my wounds. Either in small groups or individually students make a list of word using only the letter used to write "Flat Stanley" three times. It opened at first to mixed reviews.
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There was a whole lot to think about in those pages, especially for a guy like me who travels around the entire world. And some city leaders make the point more broadly. To make a sturdier Flat Stanley, trace his shape onto a piece of cardstock or an old file folder. Crabaugh 51 15 Traveller Campaigns: Flat Stanley Hint of the Week 7: Stephens Alternity Weren "Blood Philosophy: Dry, remove the bands, and iron between two sheets of white paper.
Cut out and glue into place for Flat Stanley's shirt or pants.From the Desk of Flat Stanley. Hi Sarah, Thank you so much for sending me to Austin, Texas! To tell you the truth, I was afraid it might be super boring, but as it turned out, I had an amazing time.
Flat Stanley reaches the top of Mount Bonnell in Austin, Texas!
Your aunt, uncle, and five-year-old cousin took me on a hike at a place called Mount Bonnell. Flat Stanley is an American children's book series written by Jeff Brown (January 1, – December 3, It is meant to facilitate letter-writing by schoolchildren to each other as they document where Flat Stanley has accompanied them.
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describe Stanley’s visit to their town, state, or far off country and then mail Stanley back to your child to you with an accounting of his visit. Inside the envelope, you will find a letter.
Please help your child fill out the greeting line. Then mail Flat Stanley and letter to your friend or. We then returned the letter when we returned the Flat Stanley. Below is an example of a letter we created: As part of our lessons about letters, I created this GoAnimate video for my students to learn about mailing letters.
Instead of using crayons, markers, or colored pencils for the hair, consider gluing on scrap yarn. Trace Flat Stanley's shirt onto a color comic page, scrap of gift wrap, or other decorative paper; cut out and glue onto the figure.
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