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Re: Teacher necessities, comfort items

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Litesal (Litesal)
Fri, 20 Nov 1998 21:20:30 -0500

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From: MarshArt <MarshArt>
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Date: Friday, November 20, 1998 9:21 AM
Subject: Re: Teacher necessities, comfort items

Oh! And don't forget sticky tack!


>what about:
>Another comfy pair of shoes kept under the desk?
>A private stash of chocolate to calm the savage beast in us after the last
>most awful class you have leaves?
>Sticky mounting (teeney-tiny) clips I found in a supply catalog that I put
>my chalkboard to slide visuals or demo paper into to hold them.
>A stash of folders with artist information and a questionaire for the
>that refuses to settled down and do the work. One way or another, they WILL
>Two paper cutters: one for the thinner paper; the other for cardboard.
>(Learned this at a workshop)
>Rotary cutting tool to cut multiples of cloth or paper... one even has a
>ruffled wheel for decorative cuts.
>Paper crimper..the neatest tool to pleat paper into teeny ribs.

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