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[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Stephanie Ignazio
Wed, 24 Feb 1999 16:58:06 -0500
Hi to all, I just took a look at my calendar and realized that I have about
10 weeks before my art show. (This translates into 9 more class sessions 40
minutes long on a cart.) We are in the midst of a bunch of 3D work which
will take up a few more weeks. My concern is that with as many students as I
teach and the necessity of having each child display a piece of artwork
while maintaining a diverse grouping of art projects....well, I'm afraid I
won't have enough of a "diverse" selection. Especially with this "fun fair"
business coming in as well..(decorations). I find that my lessons are taking
too long and I am worried I might run out of time. Before you all tell me to
relax and stop stressing...which yes, I have told myself...I know that an
art show is about gathering, community activity, blah, blah, blah....My
question to you all...do you have any tried and true fabulous lessons that
can be done in 2 periods (MAX)? Any media..technique, etc. I teach K, 1, 3,
4 and 6. Thanks for your help! Stephanie
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