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A story by Johannah Gilman Paiva & Paulette Rich Long & Jonas Fearon Bell

There's a Monster in My Closet

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There's a Monster in my Closet!

In fright I threw the covers over my head and as I did I heard the closet door open. Whatever was in my closet was now in my room and I could hear its footsteps getting closer to my bed. On the sheet of black paper I have the students create, using pencil, the monster they thought about as I told the story. They are to pretend that the black sheet is the opened closet with the monster inside. Students are to make sure the monster is as tall as the sheet of paper and as wide.

As a class we make a list of things that we might think would give us clues to whether their monster was scary, silly, sad, or happy. I also create a monster in the front of the room as an example using ideas from the list. Students then use the generated list to begin creating their own drawings.

Once the drawings are completed students are to color them in with construction paper crayons and outline with white. After the monsters are finished the students are to create a door for their closet using white paper.

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Students are to decorate the white paper to look like a door. They can draw posters, pictures, and recessed panels to make the door look more realistic. Students outline their drawings then color them in using crayon or marker. Finally the teacher places the door on the monster, staples one end for a hinge and glues a pom-pom on the door for a door knob.

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