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> This reminds me of a fun lesson I did with 2nd graders a few years ago.
> We looked at the Magritte work I dubbed "Raining Bussinessmen" (can't
> remember what Magritte called it right now) which has lots of various
> sized Englishmen in suits and derby hats "raining" out of a blue sky
> onto a city skyline (I think!). So each of the kids made a 12x18 paper
> businessman/woman with black suit, derby hat, and unique TIE! using that
> old standby man-in-the-suit recipe. We covered a big wall with blue roll
> paper, cut/glued tops of buildings along the bottom edgee, and stuck our
> raining businessmen, Magritte-like, all over. Some of the kids who had
> finished early made a second one 9x12 or 6x9 so we had some variety in
> sizes of men too.
> It was a big hit that the now 5th graders still remember.