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Re: multiculturalism-USA!!! and no sink!!

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The Austin's (whest177)
Thu, 18 Nov 1999 19:50:01 -0600


> Couldn't they at least use watercolors? Sorry I'm a painter and I
> think I'd find a way. Yes I use to teach on a cart and no I didn't
> have a sink> plus I had a second level. Is this just to make it
> easier on you or because you don't want them to paint? Watercolors
> can dry, and they can share
> water cups and empty in a bucket. How about watercolor
> pencils????????

I am on a cart also, but I don't deal with buckets. Instead, I have one of
those big plastic sweater boxes that you can buy at the dollar store. I have
it filled with plastic cups with lids. Just plunk a cup of water on the
desks and I'm set to go. When class is over, we just put the lids back on
and I rinse them out and refill them when I have time, or I "reward"
students by letting them do it. We paint ALOT! I love the cake tempra for
those shorter class periods, but I'm not opposed to using liquid tempra if
it means a difference in the end results. I do some 3-D, but we are bursting
at the seams in our building, so I try not to tooooo much *L*!
Just wanted to share another "art on a cart" idea!
Micha

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