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**Furniture made from paper towel tubes? In one issue of SchoolArts I
remember a cool giraffe chair made from these, along with flat
cardboard. Not functional, of course, but cute. They could design
**Oaxacan animalitos made from scrap wood. Glue different pieces
together, sand and paint in the Oaxacan style.
**Rainsticks from cardboard tubes. With thinner tubes, you can use
push-type staight pins, beans and papier mache'.
<<I'm teaching a recycled art class this summer and am looking for some
ideas. I did a search in the archives and it came up with over 25,000
so I was hoping to not have to try and sort thru them all! I'm teaching
2hr blocks for 5 days, middle school level so nothing too goofy or
to them. Does anyone have any ideas? I'm going to do tin can
and corrugated cardboard frames, what else would be fun?>>
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