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Lesson Plans


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Sun, 17 Mar 1996 20:44:34 -0600 (CST)

Is everyone out there familiar with cowmarkers? Thechnically, these are
"livestock markers", a large oil paint stick available at your local Farm
Bureau Co-Op or similar establishment. A box of twelve assorted colors
sells for under $8 around here. The colors include red, yellow blue, orange,
green, black, white and silver. The palette is limited, but they mix
beautifully and they are so much cheaper than the paintsticks sold in stores
and catalogues. They are also larger. You can buy a box of any single color
except silver. They dry in about 24 hours and you can stack projects and
peel them apart later. Does any body else use these? My students love
them. (Be sure to treat this material just as you would oil paint for
set-up and clean-up.)

Eileen Prince
Sycamore School, Indianapolis