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I'm doing a lesson tomorrow with both (2) 5th grades and (2) 1st grade
classes using torn tissue paper glued onto white drawing paper. Have never
tried this one before, but want to try to get them to except the technique.
I guess with the young ones we'll try flowers or landscapes using shape and
color. And with the older kids form and shapes overlapping. I've never
tried this before (in fact this year all of my classes are untried and who
knows how true, a lot of fun for me as I'm starting to get kids that have
been with me for a few years now). Any lesson ideas using torn paper for
this age group?