Robert Gunsauls Third Grade
Red-lands ! 1 Third Graders Write News in Their Class By BOBBY JACKSON We have a Robinson Cruso sandtable. Wa have Robinson Crusoe. He Is made of clay and fur. Gordon McGrew made his man Friday out of clay and bits of fur. Billy Conger made the captain of clay and painted clothes on him. Robinson has a castle and a lot of clay goats in a hedge. The pirate ship and the savages canoe are on the beach by the blue glass sea. Floyd made a fruit tree of a stem of berries. Dclorls loaned us her native canoe. Many children worked on it and we have a very nice sand table. By LOUISE HALLOWELL Some children made a Robinson Crusoe frieze. Floyd Lee made a brown savage. Gordon McGrew made a man, Friday. Louise Hallowell and Virginia Stoner and Henry Gavuszi made Robinson, and his parrot. Floyd painted a goat. Louise painted two little goats. Virginia and Iris Smith made a palm tree. Deloris Leonard made a black cat. Bobby Jackson painted a grape vine and purple grapes. James Slack painted some colored birds flying about. By JAMES COOKMAN The teacher read Hansel and Gretel to us. When she read It to us she put a house out on a little stage setting. Then she put Hansel and Gretel out near the house. She even had the old witch. She had made them of thin wood and painted them. By ALBERT WEBB We had a play named Hansel and Gretel In the second section in reading. We read the parts be fore the rest of the class. Nlnabeth the Behrens was Gretel. I was instructions reader. Floyd was the witch. Minnie Jo was the mother. Robert was the father. They read their parts well. By BILLY"-BAILEY The third grade made maps. Thev ,WG" 8atlsfactory- The teach- er said they were good maps. They were made with watercolors. The teacher had printed them on art paper. We wrote the names of the countries and states and other places on them. By ROBERT GUNSAULS Last week we drew some pictures of ourselves. One person in each row would come up and stand on a chair. Some were holding books and some were standing side-wise.