CRPS Students Use Cardboard Hands to Safely High-Five
Adele Linton and Cathy Bambury's second grade classes read the books "All Are Welcome Here" and "The Color of Us." After reading, every child traced their hand and made a cardboard "high-five" hand. The children decorated and colored their hands, and then attached them to a wooden stick. The second graders use the hands during games and for giving high-fives to each other, since they need to remain socially distant. They also use the hands during socially distant community building circles to share and pass greetings around the circle. Check out the slideshow to see the hands in action!