What’s Up Watermelon?

You know how fun it is to make a Jack-o-Lantern, how about making a watermelon head perfect for summer fun?
What You Need: watermelon, colored paper or cardboard or a collection of other fruit or vegetable piecespaper watermelon head example
Play!
Use imaginations and a group effort to turn the watermelon into a fun creature. Attach colorful paper/cardboard cutout features with toothpicks, draw with non-toxic markers, or add pieces of fruit and vegetables with toothpicks.
Write About It:
Watermelon Head Interview
  1. Write a list of 6 questions for your watermelon friend to answer.
  2. Write out the answers to these questions from the watermelons point of view. Research as needed to find out how the watermelon might answer the question.
  3. Write the questions and answers into a script.
  4. Record or videotape the interview with one student being the interview and another student speaking for the watermelon.
  5. You could also turn your ideas into a picture book with captions describing Watermelon’s most remarkable traits and adventures.
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