The card club volunteers have planned to do some printmaking activities in the grade 3 and 4 classrooms using lego dots to create pixelated designs that can be relief printed. See pictures at the bottom. We are hoping some families may be able to help us out with used lego donations 😉
Lego doesn’t need to be new and the colour doesn’t matter. We would be grateful for any you might spare. We are looking for two specific types of lego.
Lego baseplate sheets (10 inch x 10 inch)
Ideally this size because the kids can make larger prints. if you don’t have any hanging around that large we would still be happy to add them to the supplies if they are about 6 inch x 6 inch or larger.
These flat (smooth top) pieces will be used to create a pixelated design on the sheet that we can ink and print on paper.
Thank you in advance for anything you can donate. We are hoping to have 1 sheet per kid so about 24 sheets.
You can email email@example.com to coordinate a pick up.
Don’t forget the first of two Raising Body- Positive Kids workshops is on today at 1:30pm in the staff room. If you can’t make today’s workshop, the second one is on Thursday, at 7:30pm in the library. Hope you can join us!
Frankland Student Council would like to invite all Frankland parents, caregivers and educators to the Raising Body-Positive Kids workshop being held next week.
The speaker is Natalie Borch. Natalie is a mom, entrepreneur and body positive speaker and is the owner of The Pink Studio, a body-positive fitness studio in Toronto. She is offering this workshop on breaking the diet culture cycle and raising confident, body-positive kids.
Join us at either time or date:
Monday, January 23 at 1:30 p.m. in the Frankland Staff Room.
Thursday, January 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the Frankland Library.
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