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Re: no sinks and a frustrated art teacher

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MarshArt
Tue, 9 Nov 1999 18:54:02 EST


Boy, I know what you mean. No water? How do you wash brushes, or do painting,
paper mache, et al?

I had a situation my first year where I was in a teeny-tiny classroom and had
one kindergarted type sink that was not ample enough to clean up my kids. My
dear Principal at that time told me to go out and buy baby-wipes. I got them
by the carton in one of those Wholesale Clubs (Costo, here in the South). It
worked out very well for hands and then they used them to wipe down the
table so one wipe did double duty. Surprisingly, a big box lasted a long
time. Sometimes, I split them in half with a scissors for the smaller
kiddies. Maybe your Principal will spring for these. (She sounds like a real
doosy).

Marsha

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