Here’s the final project I did, the only one of which there was no educational value behind except the cultural experience of understanding a Western holiday. Part of this was because I couldn’t think of a way to incorporate their lesson without making it heinously boring. But the other (more benevolent) half was because, as grade sixers graduating in just a few months and off the the hell that is Korean middle school, I figured it would be the last purely fun activity in school they’d ever have.
So we made foam mobiles. Foambiles, if you will.
They seemed to really enjoy them – my particularly troublesome class the most, which was a great surprise!
Here they are, along with the finished classroom decorations.