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Mon, 9 Aug 1999 14:00:16 EDT

Subj: Re: Beth, NC-the cart
Date: 8/9/99 12:37:18 PM Atlantic Daylight Time
From: talk-admin (talk-admin)
To: Artmom78

> Hi Beth,
> I have worked on a cart for 61/2 yrs, out of my 71/2 total teaching years.
> It has its
> advantages & disadvantages. The cart was already @ my school when I got
> there, so I don't know where it was purchased. I have seen same kind @
> max. Do you have those?
> To help you organize: Scissor holder, bottle of spray cleaner, p.towels, and
> compartmentalize all your supplies. I had these blue "fish containers" from
> local supermarket that were free,( resembled large,flat rectangular
> tupperware containers) that I labeled and put everything in. Stored on my
> shelves that way too. Could retrieve @ a glance. Markers, colored pencils I
> put in coffee cans, in large B.J.'s containers, 12 fit in great, also used
> coffee cans for H2O cans for cleaning paintbrushes-in these B.J.'s
> containers. Always had drawing paper on cart too, kids should nave own
> pencils, rulers?, erasers, as you are coming to them. Have them help fill
> cans, pass put paintbrushes, paper towels, whatever, they will rise to the
> occassion! Good luck, any questions, I'd be glad to help.

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