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RE: ideal drawing pen

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From: Hillmer, Jan (HillmJan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Jul 01 2004 - 08:03:49 PDT


My favorite are Papermates, Medium thickness, black ink. Just the plain old pens - you'll find them 10 for a $1 as school starts up again. My kids love them, and use them very often.
Jan

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        From: Jeannie Sandoval [mailto:jensando@yahoo.com]
        Sent: Thu 7/1/2004 10:50 AM
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        Subject: ideal drawing pen
        
        

        Hello everyone,
        As I begin to look at the lessons I plan on
        implementing for this new school year I need your
        advice. In the past I have always bought the skinny
        felt tip markers but the kids always press to hard and
        flatten them- even though I tell them to be gentle. I
        would love to get some new pens but want to get some
        that will last longer than one project.
        what is the ideal pen to draw with that won't break me
        at the bank?
        Thanks for your help:) Have a super summer- or what
        there is left of it:) We go back the 2nd of August.
        jeannie in ga
        
        
                       
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