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Re: [teacherartexchange] Question about Artist Trading Cards in middle school


From: Bunki Kramer (bkramer_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Aug 14 2010 - 10:48:54 PDT

Why don't you spend a couple of days making "painted papers" and that
will provide a stash that kids can go to for their ATC backgrounds and
you don't have to pull out paint. Provide col. pencils, glue, stamps,
whatever in one part of the room and they can go to town on their own.

On Aug 14, 2010, at 10:35 AM, Theresa Pacheco wrote:

> I'm thinking of using Artist Trading Cards as an on-going assignment
> for my
> students to do when they finish an assignment early. I teach grades
> 5-7. Any
> suggestions on how to keep ATC materials organized?
> Normally, in this age group, when we have a painting activity I
> have more
> control over how much paint to use, how it gets cleaned up, etc.
> But if the
> rest of the class is doing another activity but "Johnny" has
> finished and wants
> to work on ATC's, how do I monitor all activities at the same time
> without
> driving myself crazy?
> Theresa Pacheco
> Galveston, TX
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