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Lesson Plans


Re: Lesson Plans: - Cheap

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leslie miller (zandee)
Sat, 4 May 1996 22:32:39 -0400 (EDT)


At 10:52 PM 5/3/96 -0600, Chris Merriam wrote:
>> To the group:
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>> I'm working in a school district that allocates .50 cents
>> per child/per year for art supplies ! As the year nears the
>> end, coming up with cheap ideas is a challenge. Anyone
>> willing to share some good cheap plans or ideas ?? Thanks !
>>
>> -- Tim
>Andrew Goldsworthy uses all stuff from the environment... after hearing his
>presentation, I shared som ideas with my students... we went out with boxes
>and collected rocks, plants, etc, and created all sorts of awesome
>"performance art" type things.... and took a few polaraoid pictures of the
>best for posterity. It turned into one of the most creative activities we
>did. Also... get soft rocks like sandstone and some heavy nails... scratch
>pictographs in them... bet you will come up with other variations...
>Chris
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> Christine Merriam, Art Specialist
> Kayenta Intermediate School
> PO Box 337
> Kayenta, Az 86033
> Work:520-697-2370
> Home:520-697-3249
> ktwnldy.az.us
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>Yes,

I also use a local Framery to add to my art supplies. Most of my projects
have at least some throwaway matt board or Foam Core in them. We also get
throwaway frames and mis-made mats for the student's work.
Look around. Frame shops produce alot of trash. Most of it good for our
lessons. I also get left over posters from a local mall. By the thousands!
The backs are white and good for alot of things.
Good luck
Leslie
zandee
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