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re: End of year activities

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Teri Sanford (terily)
Tue, 20 Apr 1999 09:19:32 -0500


Hi Melissa,
One of my favorite EOY activities is weaving. If you plan it
just right according to your schedule, it will take right up til
the end (some may even have to take yarn home to finish over the
summer). I do cardboard loom weaving on colored mat scraps.
They leave the weaving on the board. You can incorporate all
kinds of stitches, materials, etc. Anyway, this makes only one
supply that needs to be out (yarn) and everything else can be
inventoried and put away. The kids are very occupied and the
ones that finish early can do either a large size weaving (as a
group project) or help me with putting away and cleaning.
Unfortunately, this year we are hot & heavy into papier mache
art cars in 5th (my best helpers) and other big projects, so it
won't work for me. Oh well...

good luck!

Only 34 more school days!!

teri s. mason
hutto, tx