It has been quite sometime since I have posted-I think I almost forgot how :) I hope everyone is having a restful holiday break. I teach middle school art and would love to get a few new ideas for my 6th graders that just jumped for a 6 week rotation in art to a 9 week rotation-I love the extra time-but now I am excited about the possiblity of new, more indepth projects. Thanks in advance to anyone who can help!
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ARTSEDNET Digest for Saturday, December 27, 2003.
1. Season's Greetings
2. problem receiving individual posts
3. hs lesson to share: illustrated words
4. RE: wheat weaving
5. Re: hs lesson to share: illustrated words
6. ArtsEdNet Digest is no longer available
After hustling and bustling to get to the day, and having a very peaceful
one, I realized there were a few I didn't cards to this year. I was
thinking about the images of Christmas and all the e-mail greetings I got
where simple pictures could, in an instant, bring-on the warm and fuzzies
this season is supposed to give.
I was going to say something about how powerful art is, how art can heal,
how art can bring communities together... but you all know that.
If there is ever any doubt about what the arts can do, you should be able t=
find support here.
(And there are several links to sites on working with children with
disabilities, which I know many of you struggle with from time to time)
I wish all of you a restful holiday break and hopes for a 2004 free of
turmoil and conflict
Cheers to all
After hustling and bustling to get to the day, and having a very peaceful o=
ne, I realized there were a few I didn't cards to this year. I was thi=
nking about the images of Christmas and all the e-mail greetings I got where=
simple pictures could, in an instant, bring-on the warm and fuzzies =
this season is supposed to give.
I was going to say something about how powerful art is, how art can heal, h=
ow art can bring communities together... but you all know that.<=
I came across this site in my early morning surfing
A while back I purchased some wheat grass seeds for my dog as she likes to
nibble on grass from time to time. I initially grew it in a container
inside and the dog snacked on it for a while. After it matured and was no
longer tender, I transplanted it outside in a corner of the garden. Before
long, lovely long stalks with beautiful tassels were growing. I couldn't
resist harvesting them for future still lifes. You might be able to find
sproutable wheat in the bulk section of your local health foods store.
Peace in the New Year,
Theresa in WA
I was wondering if it would be possible to
>grow it in my back yard? Does anyone know how to grow wheat?
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Subject: ArtsEdNet Digest is no longer available
From: Judy Decker
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 16:55:29 -0800 (PST)
Welcome back Grace,
We lost the digest feature many months ago. Only those
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