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Chessie room- Building a dinosaur house!

April 7, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

The Chessie room children created a new home for their dinosaurs.  They began by using paper mache to cover a box.  The children explored the mache mixture using several of their senses.  Once the box was covered, they painted it.  Finally, their house was ready for dinosaurs (and children)!  It’s been a wonderful addition to the room, and the children had the opportunity to experience working on a project that lasted for several days.

~Denise and Debbie.

About Denise Lechtanski
Railroad Infant/Toddler Teacher Denise Lechtanski began her career at Gretchen’s House in the summer of 2008. She worked with the school age children before becoming an Infant/Toddler Teacher. Denise is currently attending Eastern Michigan University, majoring in Special Education-Cognitive Impairment, with an Elementary Education minor. Denise spends her free time with her two daughters and her husband.

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