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Re: artsednet-digest V2 #198

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Melissa Enderle (Melissaenderle)
Wed, 2 Apr 97 19:20:40 -0000


>First of all, good scissors are a must. If a child is having trouble
>cutting, try using a heavier stiffer paper. In preschool, we found that
>wallpaper samples were the easiest to learn on.

I wholeheartedly agree that we must give young chidren quality scissors
to use. Nothing is more frustrating for kids than having the paper fold
over the blades, all due to poor materials. I like Fiskars - made in
Wausau, Wisconsin. They cut even thick materials such as yarn or felt
and can be used even by lefties.

Has anyone tried the Crayola scissors? How do you like them?

Melissa Enderle
Melissaenderle


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