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In a message dated 4/2/0 7:45:01 PM, litesal writes:
<< I've decided to teach calligraphy, and combine it with
I did this once and had the students use poetry or song lyrics. They
used part or all of the poem/song, and created books to go with the theme.
One used a shoe as the "cover", cut "children" holding hands from folded
paper, lettered "There was an old woman who lived in a shoe..." across the
whole thing, and glued the end "page" (child) inside the shoe so the rest
spilled out. One did Shel Silverstein's "I eat my peas with honey..." in a
round (pea-shaped) format, which was fan-folded and decorated with colored
pencil drawings. It was a delightful project, and the students were very
creative with it.
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