I have to say, one of my absolute favorite things about working with kids is seeing their art work. Sometimes the end of the school day consists of our team meeting in the hallway to giggle at our sweeties' artistic endeavors. I have a few to share with you today. Yesterday, we made pumkin glyphs. Each student got a leaf and then, according to what their leaf was like, that's how they drew their pumpkin. The size of their leaf determined what color they would use to draw their mouth, eyes, and nose. The shape determined if their features would be round or pointed, and if their leaf had a stem determined what type of teeth they would have. All of that explaining is really pointless... I just want to show you a few results.