So Easy Even A 4th Grader Can Use It!
A couple of weeks ago, I did a paper crafting post about Monster Corner Bookmarks. I mentioned that they were fun and easy to make and that maybe I would teach my daughter's 4th grade class how to make them. Well, today I did just that. In less than 30 minutes and with nothing more than colored paper, scissors, glue sticks and markers, 32 students plus my dauther, the teacher, made these cute and unique bookmarks. I was impressed with the creativity of each and every student! From the color combinations to the shapes of the eyes to the addition of tongues and bows to the marker/crayon details, these kids created fun and interesting monsters that they were proud to show off! I just happened to bring my SHOTBOX to the school, thinking that I would take a picture of a few of the bookmarks but the kids were so excited about the SHOTBOX that every single one of them wanted to give it a try! They stood in line for their turn to photograph their creations. They put their bookmarks in, made positioning adjustments and took the picture. A couple of the kids even posed their bookmarks with a friend's. I stood there to supervise but the SHOTBOX was so easy to use that the kids pretty much did it themselves. You see? The SHOTBOX is so easy that even a 4th grader can do it!
Go to shotbox.me to learn more about the SHOTBOX.
Shot with SHOTBOX and my Samsung Galaxy S5 Smartphone.