The pre-k rooms in my school have three tables at which all students sit, so I created three stations--two stamping stations, and one "rolling" station where we used decorative foam rollers. We used whole sheets of random colored 9 x 12 construction paper, and didn't bother to put student names on them. Afterwards, I cut all of the sheets into 2 inch squares, drew 4 large elephants (about 4 ft x 2 ft) and quickly drafted a 2 inch grid on all of them. The students made small alphabet books, using the arty mosaic squares on the covers, and then we made 2 elephants per class as group projects, using glue sticks. Both were easy and engaging projects.