March 1, 2011

Wordless Wednesday - School Project: Holocaust Memorial


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19 comments:

heavenisabookstore said...

There is nothing better than combining learning AND crafts!! Nice job

Dianne - Bunny Trails said...

Very well done. :-)

Pepsi Breath said...

Nice, peaceful design. I especially like the places to sit and reflect. Super job!

CK Ng said...

Nicely done. Happy WW! :)

PippaD AKA Mummy said...

What a lovely thing to make.

Gabriel said...

Beautiful work, very tastefully done.

caite said...

love the completed project.

BTW, I found an answer to your Bargaintown question and posted it in my WW comments

Only Prettier said...

looks fantastic!

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook said...

Very well done, thoughtful project!

blueviolet said...

So well done! I am so impressed. :)

Noelle said...

It's beautiful!!!

Loren said...

Awesome job! Love the attention to detail you gave the project!!

Karen @ Scobberlotch said...

Simply wonderful. Makes me want to go back to school.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

What a wonderful Memorial, it turned out perfect. What a sweet project, something all children need to know about.

jayayceeblog said...

Thanks to everyone for stopping by and leaving such nice comments about the Granddaughter's school project. They've been studying the Holocaust in 8th Grade English and recently read "The Diary of Anne Frank." She did 95% of this project herself, painting, manhandling the glue gun, slicing the foam core with the x-acto knife. I just stood back and took pictures. I guess she has been paying attention all these years -- I'm so proud! *sniff*

lisaschaos said...

I love all this creativity! It turned out great!

Baby Sister said...

That is awesome!! She did such an amazing job!!

Snowcatcher said...

I think this was one of the best WWs I saw this week. What wonderful series. The best part is that a child understands the value and put so much work into it. Awesome!

Dina @ 4 Lettre Words said...

That is so amazing! Love it.

Is that one tree an old hydrangea bloom?