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Curious Creature – Whole-Class Art Activity

PDF | 12 pages|Grades: K, 1 - 6

A collaborative whole-class art activity to create a curious creature.

Use this template with your students to collaboratively create a curious creature.

In this activity, students color one page (or a section of a page) using their own unique lines, patterns, and colors. Then, assemble the pages together using the glue tabs to create a multi-colored, multi-patterned curious creature.

You can either create a cohort of curious creatures for your classroom, or cut each page in halves or thirds to spread between students to create a single creature! If you decide to cut each page into pieces, making 1 single creature, why not have your students work as a team to piece it back together when they are all done. This will add a collaboration piece to the activity.

This would make a great brain break  or rainy day recess activity for your students!

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