Edith Galambos

writes from Hamburg, Pennsylvania. She taught at Blue Mountain Adventist Elementary School for 27 years.

Art by Accident

A Christmas tradition suddenly becomes more colorful.

The multigrade classroom was buzzing with excitement. December at last! Christmas would soon be here, and this was the week for painting Christmas scenes on classroom windows. Second and third graders, having done this before, were more than happy to work with the first graders, the “new kids on the block.”

There was much concentration as each child created a practice drawing on paper, using the brightest colors possible, which were sure to bring life to the clear glass windows of their church school classroom. Some children chose to work in small groups, while a few others preferred to work alone.

Once the window space was divided to …

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