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> Yes, I believe elementary school is to young for knives. Some really bad
> cuts could happen too easily.
> Not even thinking about liability issues.
> Retta in Kansas
> 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've got to agree with Retta on this one. There are so many neat ways to
> do printmaking with elementary kids. Save the lino cutters for the older
> students (middle and high school). Then of course there is always the
> issue of how you handle tools with blood on them. Our district says they
> must have special disposal. (All of our teachers have to be inserviced
> every year on blood borne pathogens.)