Teacher Gave Her Students A Chance To Be Creative On The Last Day Of School – Design You Trust

Teacher Gave Her Students A Chance To Be Creative On The Last Day Of School


This is first grade teacher Chris-ShaRee Castlebury. She wanted to do something special for her class on the last day of school.

h/t: diiply


She wanted it to be original too! So… she put on a white dress…and let her students start drawing on it!


Castlebury had a great time too! After she got home, she posted this to Facebook: “My first idea that is original!! This is all artwork courtesy of MY first grade class! Who am I wearing? ROOM 219??? Happy last day of school with my precious Picasso’s!”


It was a day that inspired her students to express themselves in any way they wanted.


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