The classes that were a little ahead were my Oops participants, and we ran it like an episode of Chopped on the Food Network. Each table had a pan full of oopsies: torn paper, paper that was written on, bits of ribbon...anything that was left over or broken in some way. Like in Chopped, they were stuck with what was in their basket, and no taking from other tables (can we say DISQUALIFIED?). They were not to alter their Oops paper, other than cut off anything that hangs off the paper or add to it with other Oops papers, markers, or crayons.
The end results were full of variety, to say the least. Some made their Oops interactive, with moving parts to reveal hidden pictures, while others made them 3D instead of two-dimensional.
These four are by KINDERGARTEN, and they impressed me enough that I was showing them off to everybody.
Had a few head to the beach and dig for treasure.
One slipping and sliding lumberjack...
Phineas' long lost brother...
A laptop computer with all the "crazy wires" handing out the back
And, of course, a beautiful princess!