Wednesday, September 13, 2017

CCEE 1737 - Roald Dahl Day

Kelly McKown-Santi has another fabulous challenge this week for the CCEE Stampers. We are celebrating Roald Dahl DayFor challenge #1737,  we are to create a card using any one of his books as our inspiration.

Back before I retired from teaching, there were years when I threw out the basal reader and based my entire reading program for my 4th graders on the amazing books written by Roald Dahl. My students honed and sharpened their reading skills on his delightful tales of fantasy including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, James and the Giant Peach, The B.F.G.,  The Witches, and Matilda. But their all time favorite of his books was his autobiography, Boy: Tales of Childhood!  What a life he led and shared with children the world over!


Images from Kids at Play by Flourishes
Victorian Alphabet by Spellbinders

Linked below are the Dahl inspired designs by the CCEE DT!


Frances Byrne

7 comments:

  1. WOW! Lynn, this card is simply too fun! Love the playful silhouette of children. Awesome design!

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  2. A great card, Lynn, and Happy Birthday!!

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  3. Wow!! Yes, he was an amazing writer. I forgot all about the BFG. My daughter's favorite. Wonderful boyish card!

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  4. Another teacher with an advantage! Love your card. Did you see the movie The B.F.G. when it was in the theaters a few months ago?

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  5. How fun is this- great image and perfect for the theme. Your scenes are always so fabulous!

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  6. we shared our method of teaching reading....for many yeats I too used the actual literatures instead of just short stories in a basal.....the students enjoyed it more and so did I.....your card is a wonderful depiction of your chosen book

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