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Re: Screamers


From: Woody Duncan (woodyduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Mar 10 2005 - 08:39:43 PST

        I would be concerned that the weight of the pariscraft
would be a problem. How well did it work when you did a sample ?
Kids often use more material and even the best ideas can turn
                Woody, Retired in Albuquerque wrote:
> I just started screamers this morning with my art club kiddos - 3rd
> through 5th grade. I've never made a "screamer" before, but saw some
> from this list. We have been rolling and crumpling newspaper and
> taping. Is this the "right" way to begin? Rather than paper mache, we
> will be using plaster craft and painting.
> Do any teachers who have done this project before have any tips? I'm a
> bit concerned about the stability of the newspaper and worried about
> whether it will support the plaster.
> I'll share pictures when when we finish. The kids are very excited
> about this project!
> Jill in Colorado

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