decent scissors, rulers, Saf-t-kut or similar rubber for printmaking, gouges and printing ink, 80# or better drawing paper, tempera paint, acrylic paint, Prang watercolors, decent brushes-I like the white nylon from Grumbacher or other brands-good for all kinds of paint. I am at the high school level now, but would use this for middle school also.
I truly enjoyed seeing and meeting many of you in Denver.
Many years ago I created an Essential Materials List for student teachers getting ready to go out into the field on their own. I listed basic materials every art teacher needs at Elementary, Middle and High levels. I even included name brands so new art teachers would know the best brand for a particular item. (For example Tru-Ray construction paper or Prang watercolors) Anyway, my list is somewhat outdated now and I thought all of you would have some helpful input which I will use to revise the list. After the list is compiled I will share it with all of you.
Thanks so much,
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