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Re: Art Vocabulary Magnets


From: Sally & Mike Engle (salnmike_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Oct 11 2000 - 14:35:20 PDT

Hi Marty,
I would love to purchase some of the magnets. What a great idea! Let me
know what the cost will be and I'll get my order right in!
Sally ^.^

>Hi Everyone....When I taught art for years, I would write my ART vocabulary
>words for elementary students on magnets, place them on the end of a broom,
>and hoist them up so they stuck to the metal grid crossbars on my artroom
>ceiling! Kids thought it was a riot and believe me, they remembered the
>vocabulary word for the day.
>I am now an owner of Square 1 Art....and we have a surplus of BLANK magnets
>that are great for this purpose. We'd love to be able to give them away
>just can't. If any of you would like to purchase CHEAP blank 2 1/2" square
>magnets for "multipurpose...anything you want....usage".....please contact
>me. I will be selling them by the pound since shipping is a factor....the
>actual cost hasn't been determined yet because I have to weight a pound of
>them and determine the shipping well as how many magnets
>you'll receive in a pound. Any interested art teachers should contact me
>this email address. Hope there are some takers out there because I do need
>to get rid of them and as we all know ART TEACHERS HATE TO PART WITH
>that can be USED CREATIVELY. and YES....we're the same company that
>hats, totes, coasters, etc. a couple months ago.
>Hope to hear from you.................mARTy
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