Does anyone have any resources of techniques on ways to start sock
puppets with 7th graders?
They are making worry/wish dolls from guatemala in their own style
Any suggestions would be great! I've never done this before.
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TEACHERARTEXCHANGE Digest for Sunday, April 19, 2009.
1. NAEA breakfast
2. whoops on the breakfast
3. Earth Day ideas?
4. Re: Earth Day ideas?
5. Back From Snow in Denver
Mine was also cut off but I was in a session yesterday with Cindy and
she saw my tag- and said "Oh Jeryl!! I know you from the art
exhchange!! I guess there was no breakfast? If there was, I have
probably missed itSo I've just been looking for name tags! I'm still at
the hotel waiting for Amy from Tennessee to get in. I've been seeing
some great workshops and even more, enjoying the conversations with
sooooooooo many art teachers all in one place!
Jeryl from S.C.
Subject: whoops on the breakfast
From: jeryl HOLLINGSWORTH <email@example.com>
Date: Sun, 19 Apr 2009 07:37:11 -0700 (PDT)
Sorry to use this as a forum for the NAEA conference stuff when I know
some of you are like me when I don't get to go to conference (why are
they rubbing it in that when we aren't there???)but,,,, I just read the
most recent post and see that I missed the breakfast!! Maybe we could
have another hang out session tonight somewhere after the last events,
like just meet in one of the lobby areas of the hotel or something?
Still waiting for Amy to get off her plane!
Jeryl in SC ( but really in Mn)
Does anyone have a good idea for a quick/one day project for Earth Day
for high school? I like to do short, creativity building activities ,
but haven't thought about doing this before. Any ideas out there?
Subject: Re: Earth Day ideas?
From: Ken Schwab <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sun, 19 Apr 2009 12:42:23 -0700 (PDT)
Many years ago I did non-objective paintings with dirt, plants, spices
etc. for color and white glue and water as a binder vehicle.
These were on canvases and we used dirt from gold country (red) dirt
from back yard, tumeric (yellow),coffee (brown), paprika (red),
charcoal (black),etc. Mixed the dirt with white glue and water and
painted shapes and lines on canvas.
They came out great and we sold a few to the other teachers.
San Jose, CA
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