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We Decorate Our World: Our Decorated Rooms

The Earth Group has shown commitment as they enthusiastically worked to complete this project. Once the rooms were painted, the furniture was made. Creativity was needed as they chose recycled materials to make furniture. When looking at the rooms, one can see that each room is a reflection of the child who created it. It is such a wonderful feeling to see the pride in the children’s faces when they showed their room to others.  Equally wonderful was the appreciation that the other children had for one another’s work. 


  1. I also love seeing the curiosity they display for one another's work. Isn't it a joy Deb?! I would have a bowl of goldfish added. What about you?


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