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Re: [teacherartexchange] Student Art Exhibits


From: Darren High (darren_high_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Jun 30 2005 - 20:54:07 PDT

Where can you get that tagboard in bulk? I would need
at least 500 sheets. How much does it cost?

--- "M.Austin" <> wrote:

> I use 18x24" tagboard. Fold in 1/2 to make it
> 12x18". I tape one edge,
> leaving 2 edges open for easy insertion of artwork.
> As long as they hold it
> upright nothing falls out. I usually make a
> "coloring" type sheet on legal
> paper that contains a color wheel, different types
> of line, shapes, etc. for
> students to refer to throughout the year. They are
> just line drawings, and
> the kids can color on them when they have down time.
> I write their name
> large in sharpie (older students write their own
> name), and their grade at
> the top. When we clean up all portfolios get passed
> to the end with all
> names facing the same direction. I have a bookcase I
> store these on. When I
> was on a cart I had the classroom teacher store them
> and distribute them
> before I came in.
> ~Michal
> > How do you make the actual portfolios? Cardboard?
> > File folders? I want to make portfolios, but I
> would
> > need 500 or so of them so I want an easy and cheap
> way
> > to create them.
> >
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