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Lesson Plans

Project and Mona web page.

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John & Sandra Barrick (astroboy)
Fri, 15 May 1998 18:45:15 -0400

Okay,so I must keep positive that although people have come before
me it's easy to be disillusioned and say"Why didn't I do that",or "I
am doing that,but I didn't know it". I guess you have to be happy
with what you have accomplished and what you are doing. Instead of
"I want" let it be "I Will".

I am rambling as vision of Sinatra Movies dance in my head!

In case any of you don't have this link:
about Mona Brookes and how to order books and become a licensed

Clay pot mosaic
This technique can be used on other things besides pots.

1)Take many different colored tiles,place in large plastic bag one
at a time. Have students hammer to break into smaller pieces.
Separate by color and place on trays.
2)Use tile adhesive to smear a section at a time on a pot. Then
apply the tile to the adhesive. Create a design as you would a
Let dry.
3)When pot is covered,use your hand(with plastic glove)and spread
over all of tile(preferably black).Wipe from bottom to top of pot
a cellulose sponge.The grout should remain between the tiles.Put
grout on the top lip of the pot as well.
Let dry.

Fill with flowers for mothers day project,fathers day project or use
technique on other surface.

To those requesting Pre-school printing lessons I am typing up.
For all of us Mom's out there who are not working it is a hectic
time of year for us as well. Plus for some ungodly reason we are in
90o weather
For those who corresponded to John yes he can help and soon will
write to you or I will for him.