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Re: green mold on clay

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Rdunkelart_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Sat Mar 30 2002 - 16:10:51 PST


In a message dated 3/30/02 9:51:01 AM Central Standard Time,
marvinpb@goshen.edu writes:

<< In some cases where a teacher or student
 has a serious allergy, clay might become a "seasonal" activity. It may
 work to pick nice weather days and take the class outdoors to work with
 clay. Why should physical education and recess be the only outdoor
 classes? Potters have successfully worked outdoors in tribal cultures for
 thousands of years.
 
 Marvin Bartel >>

I love this idea and would never take clay out of the art curricullum!! Just
those
that are allergic should take precautions - wear an airfilter mask, wash hands
before touching face, cover all clothing well etc. Roberta

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