My students have been asking me all semester, “What does the fox say?” I have gone on this whole time assuming it was some kind of joke that I didn’t get. Then suddenly they were asking me, “What does the HAWK say?” (I’m in the Seattle area, if you didn’t know, and the Seahawks are a huge deal around here right now.)
Being the naïve teacher I am, I asked them to just tell me what the hawk and fox say. Needless to say, their random response of singing/yelling and laughing only confused and annoyed me. I finally took to the interweb to get some answers. Here is what the fox says:
Ok, so now I totally get it. I know what the fox says.
Well in order to entertain my third graders (and myself) I created my own little fox clip art to sneak onto their worksheets and weekly newsletter home. I can’t even describe their excitement when I wore my fox sweater last Friday.
Here is the fun part. My foxy little friend needed a fancier appearance so I’ve also created a set of glitter foxes, chevron foxes, and polka dot foxes.
To celebrate nothing in particular, I am hosting a giveaway for one lucky winner to receive all three sets of these jazzy foxes. There are five fancy foxes in each set for a total of fifteen fancy foxes for your delight! (Oh the alliterations!) The giveaway will end on the fifth of November.
Since I love to share, everyone can have my classic fox right away as a freebie for a limited time! (click the image at the begining of the post).
In case you were curious, here is what the Hawks say: