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Oh my goodness, I swear to you that this was like reading about my art club
EXACTLY! That is really funny! I let the kids pick what they want to do
and they know the budget, and then I sort of guide them into a project or
two that I know they would really like. The only difference with mine was
that I cut the number off at 16 students, and they had a little lab fee
which payed for all the supplies. Good luck, as was said, the first year
is kind of a test year!
I teach elementary, and I have an art club. I limit it to fifth graders.
> The first year I had the club, I had way too many sign up, so I held a
> lottery, and drew out names for two groups of 25. One group was held in
> Oct./Nov. for eight sessions, and one in Jan./Feb. for eight sessions. It
> ended just in time for my big art show in March. I did have some discipline
> problems the first year. However, after the first year, students found out
> that art club was a serious art activity, they had to be willing to work.
> Now, I don't have as many members, but those I have work hard and enjoy it.
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