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Re: Need art for music program "Lend a helping hand"


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Nov 11 2001 - 09:55:34 PST

Hugh paper mache cans ala Andy Warhol
and perhaps lots of paper hands made by
younger kids hanging by fishing line.
                                        Just a thought, Woody in KC wrote:
> The music teacher is having a December program
> with song and instrumental music related to the theme
> "Lend a Helping Hand" ~ admission to the program is a canned
> food item for a local food pantry, and the idea is about
> helping out the local community. She would like me to
> generate some kind of artwork for the "stage" that the
> kids can do... by the beginning of December.
> Can anyone share a relatively fast and non-labor-intensive
> idea for either all the students or the K-2 students?
> Thanks for any help...
> Deborah ---

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