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If you can scrounge up some old furniture or appliance boxes, they can even
do their drawings on the inside of a "cave"!
At 09:01 AM 8/22/2000 EDT, you wrote:
>Hi everyone.....I have been ill all summer and most of you have been my
>friends and my lifeline to the outside world...well now I'm up and going and
>would like to wish you all a great beginning of 2000-01
>Jusst remember.............let's do our job....not let others degrade our
>importance (special teachers) and if they do......LET IT GO....and just
>the fact that we are "special".
>About the first days...........
>a good intro to art history for the little ones...is cave art.
>I do it with my first graders as I intro why we study the artists..I rip
>brown butcher paper into large irregular shapes and have each child draw a
>"Cave Picture" that we may find on a cave millions of years from now about
>OUR lives now. then I put them up as ONE display (looking like 2-D rocks)
>and have Freddy Flintstone saying: ART FROM THE START.
Michelle Lowe, potter in the Phoenix desert \|/ |
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