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Re: plastic droppers

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Fran Marze (fmaiu+@pitt.edu)
Mon, 11 Aug 1997 10:18:59 -0400 (EDT)

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On Sun, 10 Aug 1997, Kenneth L. Poos wrote:

> Chaney wrote:
> >
> > Hi All,
> >
> > I do a project with plastic medicine droppers also. 6th grade students
> > take a small piece of white paper (5 X 9 "). Students dop 5 - 7 drops
> > of black india ink onto the paper in random areas. With a staw they
> > blow the ink around the paper. This is rather messy and india ink can
> > stain clothes. Make sure the class is mature enough for this project.
> > (We do place newspaper under the project also). The ink creates spidery
> > webs all over the paper. After drying students paint between the black
> > lines to create an abstract design. They use watercolor. I limit them
> > to a color scheme depending on the lesson. Ex: cool colors, warm,
> > analagous, complementary etc. They mix from the colors to create new
> > colors within each area of the paper, but the paper must have an overall
> > scheme. They really seem to enjoy it.
> >
> > P.S. Make sure the ink is dry before painting or it will run.
> >
> > Melissa Chaney
> > Midway R-1
> > K-12
> > Cleveland, MO
> Here is another message left in my e-mail. Find out what is wrong
> PLEASE.
> Sandy Poos
>


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