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Lesson Plans

Re: colored glue project

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Sat, 30 May 1998 05:57:26 +0300

Draw an outline of an animal onto a piece of A4 or xerox paper with
pencil. Divide the interior space into a few shapes with lines ala
stained glass windows. Lay a piece of overhead projector clear
plastic film over the paper and tape together. Trace over the lines
with black silver glue in small elmer's squeeze bottles. Let dry.
Paint each shape inside the animal with a tempera and glue mixture
- about 1/2 and 1/2. Let dry. Tape colored cellophane on back with
masking tape and paint tape a color with glue/tempera mix. Hang in
the windows. A wonderful stained glass window emerges with the entire
class up against the panes. Especially effective with direct sunlight
but over time, the light with crack the paint! It's good to be able to
show images of stained glass windows beforehand and use animal
books/images as reference material before starting drawing.

Teresa Tipton

From: bkingman
Subject: colored glue
Date: Fri, 29 May 1998 21:31:47 EDT

Any suggestions for lessons using colored glue? I have some samples of
colored glue and haven't found a use for them as yet (I don't have much).

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