Today in Access class, the students finished making their “I Can Be Anything” masks. Last week, we discussed the different types of masks they could make and drew them on a planning sheet.

This week, the students copied the design from the planning sheet onto the final paper and then colored it in with markers and colored pencils.

We focused on different parts of the face and head, such as hair, eyebrows, or even horns. The students decided what character they would be and whether the mask would be for a superhero, animal, or a monster.


The students were very creative with the types of masks they made and talked about what the mask characters could do.

Once the students were finished coloring, it was time to cut them out.

And finally, it’s time for the students to show us their masks and tell us about their characters! They can be anything!

Good job everyone:)