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This was suggested last year, maybe by Teri, and I took it. It is a
wonderful project to finish with, thank you for the idea. I will end
with weaving again this year.
Outside St. Louis MO
Teri Sanford wrote:
> 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