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Re: Essential Teacher Tool Kit?

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Dianna (dmammone)
Sun, 15 Nov 1998 17:41:50 -0500


No,no,no that can be the end of the list because someone forgot about us
clay teachers! We always need bag balm,(udder cream for cow teats) and then
old worm gloves. You cream up good after class the glove, and by the time
you make it home, your hands are almost normal again!

I use Jolly ranchers, too. Especially if I need their mouths to be silent.
It helps.
-----Original Message-----
From: Litesal <Litesal>
To: artsednet <artsednet.edu>
Date: Saturday, November 14, 1998 9:52 PM
Subject: Re: Essential Teacher Tool Kit?

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>I meant to send this to the whole list, but only sent it to Alix, so, here
>it is! Oh, chocolate came to my mind immediately. I recommend Hershey's
>nuggets with toffee and almonds.
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>>Dear Alix and All,
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>>I'd like to add to Alix's school essentials list.
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>>Instructional:
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>>Stickers
>>Certificates (for any job well done)
>>Shaeffer Calligraphy pen, with cartridges
>>Birthday present trinkets ( I teach el.)
>>Nice pen, perhaps purple (makes all that boring paperwork more fun)
>>Highlighters, lots of colors (I get bored easily)
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>>Comfort:
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>>Nail file
>>Facial powder
>>Toothbrush, paste, and floss
>>Music, I must have it! (My favorite is rock and alternative, but I play it
>> during my overtime hours, not during class)
>>Essential oils (covers that sometimes yucky school smell)
>>Plants
>>A sweater
>>Mints
>>Chocolate
>>Tea
>>My own artwork
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>>Ahhhhh, it's practically my house.
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>>Sincerely, Leah
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