Pumpkin work


Students in Paula McCue’s first-grade class at Smith Elementary School in Delaware created decorations based on the children’s literary classic “Charlotte’s Web” for the school’s upcoming book fair on Oct. 29. The students transformed pumpkins into baby spiders on Thursday. McCue said each class is making decorations that will be on display in the school library during the book fair. Pictured from left to right are C. J. Wolford, Aubrey Pflieger and Tristan Nicley.

Students in Paula McCue’s first-grade class at Smith Elementary School in Delaware created decorations based on the children’s literary classic “Charlotte’s Web” for the school’s upcoming book fair on Oct. 29. The students transformed pumpkins into baby spiders on Thursday. McCue said each class is making decorations that will be on display in the school library during the book fair. Pictured from left to right are C. J. Wolford, Aubrey Pflieger and Tristan Nicley.


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Students in Paula McCue’s first-grade class at Smith Elementary School in Delaware created decorations based on the children’s literary classic “Charlotte’s Web” for the school’s upcoming book fair on Oct. 29. The students transformed pumpkins into baby spiders on Thursday. McCue said each class is making decorations that will be on display in the school library during the book fair. Pictured from left to right are C. J. Wolford, Aubrey Pflieger and Tristan Nicley.

Students in Paula McCue’s first-grade class at Smith Elementary School in Delaware created decorations based on the children’s literary classic “Charlotte’s Web” for the school’s upcoming book fair on Oct. 29. The students transformed pumpkins into baby spiders on Thursday. McCue said each class is making decorations that will be on display in the school library during the book fair. Pictured from left to right are C. J. Wolford, Aubrey Pflieger and Tristan Nicley.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2015/10/web1_Pumpkin-Kids-10-24-15.jpgStudents in Paula McCue’s first-grade class at Smith Elementary School in Delaware created decorations based on the children’s literary classic “Charlotte’s Web” for the school’s upcoming book fair on Oct. 29. The students transformed pumpkins into baby spiders on Thursday. McCue said each class is making decorations that will be on display in the school library during the book fair. Pictured from left to right are C. J. Wolford, Aubrey Pflieger and Tristan Nicley. Andrew Carter | The Gazette