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Lesson Plans

Re: Nat'l and lighthouses

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Dianna (dmammone)
Mon, 29 Mar 1999 22:43:35 -0500

Either School arts or Scholastic arts had a nice project shheet for doing
lighthouses. It came out within past 5 months. It was done using clay
slabs and some coiling.
-----Original Message-----
From: Judy Grochowski <jfgro>
To: <>
Date: Sunday, March 28, 1999 11:19 PM
Subject: Nat'l and lighthouses

>Hi all! The subject line prob got your attention, eh?
> I'm one of the fortunate members who travelled to DC for the
>Nat'l-what a great experience! Never having been to DC before, between all
>the workshops and other possibilities, I feel totally energized! Lifted my
>soul to see green grass and flowers in bloom :-) It was also GREAT to meet
>the Artsednetters who were there! Totally fun to finally meet face-to-face!
>Can you imagine? Please, everyone, try to get yourself to LA next year!
>my apologes to those who don't see any way to swing it, but if you need to
>convince your district, perhaps now is the time to start working on them.
>BTW, I pay my own way, but my district does provide me the release time, a
>sub, and $50. towards reg.).
> Ok, on to lighthouses-this summer, I will be doing a brief summer
>program around the theme of lighthouses with K-8th graders. I can use any
>media I care to, but my time with each group will be brief-perhaps 40-80
>minutes in a 2 week period. I'm beginning to gather ideas, and looked in
>archives already, but would love some suggestions from this group-being a
>high school teacher for so long, it's always a challenge for me to think
>about these other ages.
>Thanks all!
>Judy Grochowski
>Greenfield High
>Greenfield Wisc
>P.S. Hey Kay Broadwater-send me your email address!