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Re: bugs


From: leah (leah_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Mar 26 2005 - 10:52:25 PST

Must be something about spring - providing it stops snowing - I'll be doing
bugs & symmetry with my elementary art classes - THEY LOVE IT - teaching is
so much more fun when the kids are engaged!


PS: they are also the only classes not testing - can I scream now: all of my
upper level classes have been rescheduled or canceled to accommodate CSAP,
last year I was assigned to proctor the SPED kids - URGHHHHHHHHHHHHH reading
CSAP to children who can't read - would somebody please wake me from this
horrible dream!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Sent: Saturday, March 26, 2005 10:47 AM
Subject: Re: bugs

> Well we don't have too bad a problem with lice thanks to those after
> head checks <smile> However, I often do a bug theme unit with first
> to go with their science unit (symmetry, balance, size relationship,
> environments, etc). I have done clay lessons, collage, and drawing. They
> love bugs! There is a fabulous book called Bug Faces by a photographer
> specializes in photographing insects. It is really great and the kids
LOVE it!
> You could look it up on Amazon. Hope that is of some help!
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