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Lesson Plans


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Ann Weaver (
Fri, 20 Feb 1998 15:32:38 +0100

Diane, welcome to the ranks. Weaving with little folks can be
difficult(but worth it). If you have access to any grants, you might write
a grant to fund the laminating paper. I wrote a grant to make placemats to
put in local restaurants. It was a project that integrated with the 4th
grade classrooms's study of NC. They used vegetables and fruits that are
grown in our area, cut them in half and printed them on 12 x 18 paper
using acrylic paint. Each child signed his/her name and we wrote the name
of the school, classroom teachers's names and of course the art teacher's
name(ME) at the bottom. I graduated from the East Carolina University
School of Art in 1997, so I know about the weaving. Still love it and so
do the kids. Ann

-Ann Rogerson Weaver
Glendale Kenly Elementary School
Kenly, North Carolina
Voice: 919.284.2821
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