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RE: packing pieces

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Sears, Ellen (ESears.us)
Thu, 26 Feb 1998 23:02:30 -0500


(Different Ellen),
If they are the ones we use, they are cornstarch based. You usually get
them from science orders.. I'm sure there are others.
I heard about the sculptures from this list (last year?)... I wish I
could give credit... but I don't remember. they called them 'lick 'em
and stick 'em; sculptures... packaged for use in a children's hospital.
(Lick em was just in the name... it was not recommended... have a damp
sponge on the table to wet the ends.) I have used it with my K-1's and
my son's preschool class.
Fun!
Ellen

> ----------
> From: Diane L.
> Sent: Friday, February 27, 1998 2:23 AM
> To: artsednet.edu
> Subject: packing pieces
>
> Dear Ellyn,
> sounds interesting, but could you be more specific on the type of
> packing
> pieces you're talking about? I only know of styrofoam peanuts and
> shredded
> paper. Thanks, Diane L.
>