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RE: Two questions

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From: Kimberly Herbert (kherbert_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Mar 25 2003 - 03:38:19 PST


One way to prevent the students from inhaling the soap bubbles is to put
a pin hole in the straw below where their lips will touch the straw.
You can still blow bubbles, but it is harder to inhale the soap.

 

Sincerely,

Kimberly Herbert

 

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From: The Austin's [mailto:whest177@wheatstate.com]
Sent: Monday, March 24, 2003 8:55 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: Two questions

 

You forgot to remind them NOT to suck, only to blow! *L*

~Michal (couldn't resist!)

We had a disasterous/hilarious experience a couple of weeks ago with
bubble prints.
It looked so easy in the instructions but the kids couldn't get the
bubbles to rise to cover a 12x16 paper. So I poured it into a
rectangular, shoe box size plastic container and had 4-5 kids at a time
blow on one end. Then we'd put paper over it and soak up the bubbles at
one end and turn it over and blow then print the bubbles on the other
end.
I will never do that again and neither will they. They looked beautiful
but the kids sucked up soap sometimes and had splatters all over their
faces.
I'd love to know what I did wrong too.
Brenda ---

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