By Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Editor
Hands that feel. Hair that curls. Feet that run.
Lisa Teshima’s second graders at King Elementary were encouraged to think of themselves in a positive light during a writing exercise in which they reflected on the physical parts of themselves that they like best.
Inspired by photographer Wendy Ewald’s book “The Best Part of Me,” Teshima took black & white photos to accompany their work, which she displays outside her classroom.
“This project was a fun activity for students to celebrate themselves through photos and writing,” said Teshima. ” Some students found it difficult to decide their best part. One student said he just chose randomly because all of his parts were the best.”
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