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Lesson Plans


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Chaney (lchaney)
Mon, 02 Feb 1998 19:32:05 -0600

I'ts only half way through the school year and the markers are all dried
up, the crayons are stubbs and the colored pencils are few and far
between. It seems as if I can barely make it through the rest of the
year. I teach K-12 and have a limited budget. Any ideas on how you
stretch out your supplies? At least for a little longer?

Students in grades K-2 bring nothing to art class. Most students come
to art from P.E. or recess and cant seem to keep track of a pencil, so I
supply them. Grades 3-6 need a pencil, and I have supply lists and lab
fees for grades 7-12.

I sure could use ideas on how you may dole out things. Erasers for
instance. I pass them out as needed and seem to lose a few every day.
Even if I count them! Glue bottles are refilled but really look
pathetic. Is this all normal????

Melissa Chaney
Midway R-1
Cleveland, MO

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