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Re: Ice breaker, NO, Ice Melter, YES

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wduncan (wduncan)
Thu, 19 Aug 1999 07:01:26 -0500


If it's as hot there as it is here, we draw sweat or melting Ice. At
least I can introduce
some concepts of perspective and illusion. Start with a drawing of a
large cube, distort
the edges and corners into curves then add drips and puddles. It's fun
and that is where
all our minds are in old buildings without AC.
Woody in KC,
Opening day is Monday, is predicted at 88 degrees so perhaps I won't
need this lesson.

Rudyway wrote:

> anyone have some first day of school ice breaker lessons K-5?

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