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Re: [teacherartexchange] in-school suspension


From: Jayna Huffines (jayna_99_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Fri Apr 28 2006 - 07:20:20 PDT

I usually use Scholastic Art magazines for my ISS
kids-they really aren't busy work, either, they're
very informative and interesting. I also send
questions for them to answer. Scholastic art issues
have a class poster of an image with questions from
the entire issue printed on the back. I xerox those.

--- Rebecca Burch <> wrote:

> I have a student who is going to have in-school
> suspension all week
> next week. He really needs "busy work" that doesn't
> require the use
> of art materials, because part of his punishment is
> not being allowed
> to paint and draw because he destroyed art supplies.
> Do you have any Xeroxable puzzles, art games -- not
> word search, but
> something that requires artistic thinking but
> doesn't require art
> supplies? I'm looking for things that would also
> be good for those
> weird days where I might have kids in the classroom
> for half a class
> -- not really long enough for a real art lesson but
> long enough that I
> want them to do something.
> Thanks!
> Becky
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