Our school does not focus on Christmas but the kids are geared for the holidays. I make pop up cards the last week before vacation. I have a tree, dradel, candle, reindeer, and one with pop up gifts. So no matter what the kids celebrate there is a symbol there for them to use that might coincide with their holiday. So far I have not had any complaints.
>From: Fran Legman <email@example.com>
>Date: 2006/12/16 Sat AM 09:48:28 CST
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>Subject: Re:[teacherartexchange] teacherartexchange digest: December 14, 2006
>I'm just curious - since many of you make Christmas projects - bells, trees,
>etc., does everyone in your class celebrate Christmas?
>In my district, we are not supposed to make "holiday art", which is fine
>with me because I do not celebrate Christmas. We have a majority of
>children celebrating Christmas, but we also have Muslim, Jews, Jehovah's
>wintnesses; we are an extremely Democratic, liberal town outside of NYC.
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