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Re: glue clogged up? A solution?

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bchalk (bchalk)
Wed, 25 Nov 1998 10:20:13 +0800


Hi, I am enjoying the 'clogged up' discussion. I teach in Australia, just
goes to show some issues are universal, almost worthy of an International
Conference. I love the metaphor.
Beryl

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> From: Litesal <Litesal>
> To: gregjuli; menichino <menichino>
> Cc: dwwebb; MarshArt; GBWOLF;
artsednet.edu
> Subject: Re: glue clogged up? A solution?
> Date: Wednesday, November 25, 1998 9:46 AM
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: gregjuli <gregjuli>
> To: menichino <menichino>
> Cc: dwwebb <dwwebb>; MarshArt
> <MarshArt>; GBWOLF <GBWOLF>;
> artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
> Date: Tuesday, November 24, 1998 5:21 PM
> Subject: Re: glue clogged up? A solution?
>
>
> Regarding glue use...
>
> I teach students to use "little dots" of glue spaced out over the whole
back
> of whatever paper they are gluing. If constantly reinforced from k up,
the
> concept usually sinks in.
>
> I also intruduce, "glue use," beginning each year of every grade. I pull
> the orange Elmer's cap off and explain/demonstrate exactly how the cap
> works, why you must close it, why you must not alter the size of the
whole
> on top of the orange top. I demonstrate how to close and then wipe the
cap
> with two fingers (then rub off). I also discuss proper ways of
unclogging,
> when in doubt, ASK ME! The glue caps last much longer due to this
lecture.
> If someone constantly violates glue use guidelines, they must use (baby)
> paste!
>
> Sincerely, Leah
>
>
> >> > regarding glue: I always place 2-3 bottles at a group of 8 and tell
> them
> >> to
> >> > place a puddle of glue on a piece of wax paper which is provided at
the
> >> > center of the table.Then they use toothpics to spread the glue.This
> >> avoids
> >> > wasted glue, mess on their art work and easy clean up! I also remind
> them
> >> we
> >> > are glueing paper (usually) and not lumber so we don't need to use
> alot.
> >> >
> >
>
>