Sixth graders were asked the question, “If you could have a super power, what would it be?” Then, they were asked to draw themselves as a super hero. The results were extremely imaginative.
Once their super hero was drawn, the students crafted tunnel books from paper, dividing them into three parts: foreground, middleground, and background. Students discussed several details they could add to their tunnel book such as the setting, or headquarters; a trusty sidekick; and a vehicle or mode of transportation. Some students continued thinking outside the box and made very detailed tunnel books.
I especially enjoy how each tunnel book tells a story. Great job sixth grade!