We are enjoying our most recent addition to our Christmas decorations in the library…courtesy of Pinterest. 🙂 I used $1 store beach balls covered with plastic table cloths. The tops are solo cups covered with aluminum foil. The rings at the top were made from paper clips. This one made a huge impact and we only spent $12!
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This year in addition to our Halloween decorations, I decided to create a mystery display to go along with them. I showcased some of our favorite mysteries in the library with footprints to lead students to the media center where they can check them out.
Joshua(a 6th grader) won our contest with a guess of 490 hearts. There were 480 candy hearts in the jar.
Victoria was our winner with her awesome 3D snowflake! She was able to take home the peppermint hot cocoa mix.
Huge thanks to all the participants in the Candy Corn Contest. Riley V. won with her guess of 643 candy corn and she was able to take home the entire jar! The total number of candy in the jar was 631. Thank you Riley, for being a great sport for the photo! 🙂