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Re: level V 6th graders


From: Rick (rlarson_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Nov 19 2000 - 17:23:06 PST

Hi Merlissa, I have a few ED kids interspersed with my classes. I would really
encourage you to do some chalk rubbings. They can be highly successful without
appearing easy. I got this one lesson out of arts and activities- chalk
pueblos. I can give you details if you want. This technique can be adapted to
Egypt, landscapes, And other ideas.. Basically you cut a stencil and outline
with chalk, and rub the chalk onto the paper, move the stencil, and repeat for
depth. Betsy

Merlissa superstar wrote:

> They come with an aide and there are seven of them. Immediate help is
> available in a crisis. Since thanks giving is coming up, I was going to
> have them make "hand turkeys" they will have to trace their hands on a sheet
> of paper and cut them out. Then they will paste them to blank sheet of
> their choice. They need to glue on paper feathers and drw a background and
> other details for their turkeys.