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Re: latework and taking it home to finish


From: Becky Thornton (artswim_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Jul 26 2003 - 18:30:45 PDT

Judy said:
If a 2-D
> project had to go home, I made a cardboard folder for it so the work was not
> folded (students had to bring the work down to my room then in the morning
> when they returned it). Supplies were taken home in a large envelope and
> signed out.>
> Hey guys! One of my colleagues had a brilliant idea! She went to the local glass installation auto body shop. They get the glass for the flat windows in heavy cardboard sewn down the side with handles to carry. They are happy to give some every once in awhile. Some, as in 20 or so. They are great for letting kids take work home. They are also good for storing seasonal bulletin boards or unit work that you are going to put on a bulletin board.
Becky Thornton
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