Lady, you cannot properly brag, without pics. We need pics, so post them as soon as you can! Sounds very creative and innovative!
Brag time! Chemist-Tree assignment, part 2
I haven't been able to sneak into the classroom to take pics of the ornaments that Kidlet already submitted. However, here is a peek at a few more that he will turn in tomorrow.
Far left: a blue N for Nitrogen, and holes -- Oh Holy Nitrogen!!!
Upper left: Almond bark-- B+Ar+K. Bottom middle: oreos-- O+Re+Os
Bottom right corner: Ru+S+Ti+Y The teacher has a retired service dog in her classroom named Rusty, so in his honor there are a few treats and his name in chemical symbols. This is as close to the actual name spelling as he could get.
I must applaud the teacher for this unusual twist on the usual assignments. Teachers are required to teach the items dictated per the state, in order for students to pass the gawdawful proficiency assessment exams. There is little room for creative license.