Holy Crap! Where has this month gone? It's already October 29th!
Here's something I received several days ago from the Countdown to Halloween 2014 hosts. Some very cool stickers from John Rozum and Shawn Robare.
Honouring the Creature's 60th is the theme of this year's countdown and I love it!
Here are a handful of sketches by today's batch of Grade 6ers. Not as much talent as yesterday but some show promise.
Here are some Jack et al. Bobbleheads.
I thought this was a bobblehead when I won it at UFO Catcher. It isn't, just a standard figure though it still kicks a fair amount of ass.
I'm supposed to be working on my costume tonight. I finally got the last of the items I need to put it together and have procrastinated all night so I suspect it may never get done. We'll see...
ps. The costume in question is for the party over at Ernies Bar on Friday night. Be there or BEWARE!
Today's lesson for Grade 6 consisted of a few flash cards of the more popular Halloween creatures, then a display of several of my stuffed toys cosplaying as those creatures. Their task was to judge whether "It's cute" or "It's scary". (The majority chose cute.)
Then using these masks, we had a little costume parade and they were again to judge under the same criteria.
After that I handed them the above print "I (don't) like ____ because it's (insert two adjectives). Ignore the misspelling of the scary word こわいい, it should be こわい.
For kids who can't draw, everyone got one of the following stickers to either use as their character or to keep for themselves.
Others added the sticker and then their own original drawing.
Others have their own unique look at things.
These kids may require counselling.
The talent of these artists is incredible. Including the very top one, these are my favourites:
I also taught some Grade 3s today and they had the pumpkin face print, there was nothing special until I came across this.
Once again, it's after midnight and though I have some NBC and AoT to show off, I'm going to bed...