Classroom Direct is a great source for supplies.
Parents and organizations also like to help.
You need to get good at begging!
Garage sales are good too.
On 8/2/06, Connie Pearson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Thanks so much to Michal, Maggie and Judy for the great ideas and response
> to my plea for help about painting with children and combining music and art
> in my lesson plans. Any other tips that you can remember that you "learned
> the hard way" during your first years of teaching art to elementary students
> will be greatly appreciated.
> I am really enjoying being a part of this exchange. From what I gather so
> far, art people seem to be more open and willing to share than music
> people -- and I'm a card-carrying music person. Wonder why that is?
> I would also be interested in 1) the best places for ordering supplies that
> my budget can afford, 2) using powerpoint presentations in music/art
> classes, 3) doing paper mosaics with children -- managing glue, etc. It
> seems to have "a life of its own."
> Thanks again.
> Connie Pearson
> CONNIE PEARSON
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