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Origami, paper sculptures, paper pulp sculptures, gadget prints,( if you can
find some paint). Do the kids bring supplies from home? you can ask them to
bring markers and crayons to class. Go to your local grocery story and see if
you can beg some styrofoam trays from them for printmaking. You can print
with markers. Just color the printing plate with markers, dampen the piece
of paper and lay it over the printing plate. It makes very good prints. Also,
I use left over copy paper to make sketchbooks. They can fold them together
and cover them with a sheet of construction paper. Don't have any, use
grocery sacks. I'm sure someone has a stash somewhere.
Good luck. My first year at a new school, I had 600 students and $200 for
the entire year. I improvised a WHOLE lot. Janet
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