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You will need to collect coffee tins for each student. He did the big
ones, but you could use small ones also. Fill them with water and place
them in your cafeteria's freezer to freeze.
While they are freezing, have the students work on a punch design. Show
them examples of punch art. You might even have some designs they could
look or even copy....parts of the design. Have them do this on grid
paper so they know where to "punch" in the hole.
When the cans are frozen, take them out. Tape the design paper around
the can. Give each child a hammer and a ten penny nail. Tell them to
"punch" the hole clear into the ice. You may want to work in groups so
the ice wont melt on them.
After the ice has melted, place a candle inside the can. The tins look
beautiful no matter how the students designs looked.
I hope this isn't too confusing. If it is, let me know.
Judy in Oklahoma
>From: "Litesal" <Litesal>
>To: "artsednet" <artsednet.edu>
>Subject: colonial arts/crafts
>Date: Fri, 14 Aug 1998 10:04:54 -0400
>This year the town in which my school is located celebrates it's
>bicentennial. Therefore, I'm trying to come up with projects to
>the occasion. I'm also thinking of having the students make colonial
>to sell during our annual art show, we could use the money to do a
>celebrating the town's history.
>Does anyone know of any web sites, or resources about the history or
>of the mid-eastern or north-eastern United States (or any colonial
>information)? If so, could you please send them my way? I have
>saved the information from the recent discussion about floor cloths.
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