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The older elementary age students did well with the e-z cut material. No
cutting of fingers. I was working at a private school that had class sizes
that were between 15-18 students though. The small class size made it
possible to do alot of learning activities which would be more difficult to
accomplish with a class size of 32.
Poly print was a great substitute because they didn't use the knives but
could still get a "good" print.
Studio One Art Center
At 06:12 PM 5/11/98 -0500, you wrote:
>Quick question -- am I understanding this right, elementary kids making
>print blocks from linoleum? I am a first year teacher, and the
>classroom that I moved in to had linoleum blocks and the chisel type of
>knifes (with wood handles). Can I use these with fifth grade (which is
>my highest grade level)? I automatically thought they were too young.
>Do any of you do this with elementary? Isn't it dangerous? Or not?
>Thanks, Ciao!! Tiffany - STL, MO