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I have several cd-roms in my classroom. I have two computers, a
scanner and a color printer (plus a digital camera). Sounds great,
right? Well, we almost never get to use them because I see the students
only 1x per week and they are always working so hard on their other
projects! I basically use the computers as a "center" when they finish
work, but I have a hard time with kids rushing to finish to "play" on
the computer. Or the big fight over who got there first, who was there
Anyway, I like the one by the Chicago Museum of Art (can't recall name
right now, it's at school). ArtRageous is also fun. I have KidPix and
the Louvre cd, too. The most popular is KidPix because they like to do
freedrawing on the computer.
I'd love to have a lesson on computer art, but have never had the
opportunity... at my school the lab is reserved all the time and in
order for me to do a lesson, I'dhave to have it at the same time for
like 2-3 weeks, so the kids could finish as a class. They won't let me
reserve that much time. Oh well... anyone have any good ideas on how to
get around this??
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