Thank you for the kid pix idea! That one looks pretty easy.
Keep those ideas coming!
Thank you so much for sharing your weaving demos.
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Many of you contacted me directly, but I keep seeing (I think)
requests for the iPod/mp3 player/cell phone pouch instructions on the
digest that I receive daily, so I've decided to go ahead and post the
links to the videos in case I've missed sending them to someone.
Well, I've accomplished creating an instructional video (my first
ever) about how to make the woven pouches and have posted them on
youtube.com (another first). The video came out to be right at 40
minutes long so I had to break it down into six segments to be able to
upload it to youtube.com. I apologize. I will admit that I am a bit
bummed that it isn't a single, seamless video for you all. However, I
hope you enjoy them and find the content useful. Please keep in mind
that this is my first attempt at creating a video of a hands-on
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> TEACHERARTEXCHANGE Digest for Sunday, February 14, 2010.
> 1. Kid Pix ideas
> I am being observed for a third grade class the first week
> in March. I am
> looking for of course an amazing ideas for my students' to
> do. I have done
> previous lessons on Georgia O'Keeffe, Vincent Van Gogh,
> Snow Men, etc. Does
> anyone have any ideas that would introduce them to an
> artist as well as
> allow them to use Kid Pix to create their own painting?
> Let me know what you think!
> Thank you,
> Sue Murren