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Ground view of "habits at home" mural with multicolored houses and buildings at the bottom of the wall and an airplane holding a banner with "habits at home" hand-lettered in black text.
Front view of the "habits at home" mural with a sun and birds on the left and buildings and trees at the bottom of the wall
Close up of the left side of the "habits at home" mural with birds and a sun, and faint pink cloud
Close up of the right of the "habits at home" mural with buildings and trees and faint pink clouds
Close up of the building and trees at the bottom of the "habits at home" mural
Center view of the "habits at home" mural with a view of the mural before the text
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Ground view of "habits at home" mural with multicolored houses and buildings at the bottom of the wall and an airplane holding a banner with "habits at home" hand-lettered in black text.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Front view of the "habits at home" mural with a sun and birds on the left and buildings and trees at the bottom of the wall
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Close up of the left side of the "habits at home" mural with birds and a sun, and faint pink cloud
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Habits at Home Mural

Encouraging students to continue learning at home

From the cotton candy clouds to the bunting and scalloped roofs, I just love all the whimsical details in my mural at Sonny Carter Elementary School. I was tasked to create an inviting area at the school’s entrance where students could showcase work they completed at home. The school wanted a way to encourage students to take their “Leader in Me” learnings and share with others how they implement them at home. While working, we enjoyed having the young students walk by and hear their comments like, “That’s REAL art!”, “Good job painting!”, “Whoa. Whoa. Whoa.” It was a great self-esteem boost and gave me a good chuckle!