Monthly Archives: February 2014

BSE Mural- Day 16

4th graders, they are a strange animal. But they gave such attention to detail. Here, Panda was laying thin-set cement on the back of the tiles that would be laid as a portion of the ocean on the indoor mosaic. … Continue reading

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BSE Mural- Day 15

Here’s the portion of the outdoor mural that the 4th grade would be working on. Can you recognize what that large white area is? look at its outline, that’s North America! the 4th grade would do all of North and … Continue reading

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BSE Mural- Day 14

So the solution of where we could put all this extra mosaic was to create another World mosaic. Where would this be located? Well, Ms Haskins thought it should go in the front office! Why not? So the 4th grade … Continue reading

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BSE Mural- Day 13

I couldn’t wait to put all the pieces together now. We had made so much progress on both the globe and the flat panels that I was ready to see what we had accomplished. This was about the time that … Continue reading

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BSE Mural- Day 12

Next step was to place the South American continent on to the globe, along with parts of Western Africa, Greenland and Antarctica, since they will all be seen on the globe. We took out sandwich-bag sizes of cement bags (they … Continue reading

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Bonny Slope mural- Day 11

MOVING UPSTAIRS ┬áto the Upper Grades. After a short vacation break, I brought the mural to the upstairs hallway to begin working with the 3rd graders. Our work now is to mosaic the continents, and we started by looking at … Continue reading

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