Yes please share. I am new to this exchange and always look for new ideas. Lynn
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Subject: Re: Sculpture ideas for unmotivated students
From: Jerry Vilenski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 22 Dec 2011 06:57:54 -0800 (PST)
I used to teach a sculpture project with 5th graders that was so popular that a few middle school kids would come back on their own time to make them when I was teaching the unit--Fuzzy Monsters. It was basically a variation on a wire sculpture that resulted in a fully movable furry monster that reminded me of Muppets. This was one of my most popular projects, and often requested by incoming 5th graders. I had the middle schoolers who were interested make their monsters, and because they were fully movable, we would make stop action films with them. I have shared the plans for these monsters before on this list, and will again if you are interested. You may have to wait a little--we will be gone for around a week for the holidays, and away from my computer.