Tuesday, May 3, 2011


Sometimes my students are pretty clever. Their assignment was to create a picture to represent a word from The Pledge of Allegiance. I took these pictures of some of their work last month. And in honor of recent events I thought I would post them.

Here is the final product on my classroom wall.
The rest are picture representations of "indivisible". My favorite.
"We are a country undivided. We stand together as an unbreakable chain of people."

"One nation, under God, indivisible..."

"Indivisible. Like gum stuck to a shoe."
"I love you Steve." "No, Martha! Don't go!" (Their mice being sucked up by a vacuum if you can't tell.)

I love that they were able to take the word indivisible, define it as a country that is always unbreakable, and create something to represent how we will always stick together.


Katie H. said...

Student work is totally the best. Loved it, Angela!

Brie and Jeff said...

Ha! Very fun!

Celeste said...

Cute! My favorite is definitely the mice :)

Jessica and Justin said...
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Jessica and Justin said...

Those are all great, but the mice, just awesome. I would not be a good teacher because I would want to grade assignments by how hard they made me laugh, not how well they answered the question.