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Stubbyno2_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Thu Oct 12 2000 - 20:26:56 PDT


<<Does anyone know how to get in touch with students from other countries as

part of a classroom project, through email or snail mail? Let me know. thanks

My sister works for a company called ePALS.com. It's quite a service - has
translating abilities and everything - check it out!!

Duffy in CT

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Subject: Stand Outs and Sponge Digging
From: MaryAnn Kohl <maryann@brightring.com>
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Someone was looking for some fun activities for grade one through
three...here you go!!
I found these in my files. They are not from any of my books.

Stand outs

Materials:
2 issues of the same magazines
scissors
glue
small pieces of sponge
cardboard

Procedure:
Select a picture in the magazine that has some interesting objects in it.
Cut the picture selected out of both magazines. Glue one picture to the
paper.
Carefully cut the interesting objects out of the second picture. Glue these
pictures on cardboard randomly.
Allow the glue to dry for several minutes.
Cut the pictures out of the cardboard.
Glue tiny pieces of sponge t the center back of each object. Let the glue
dry well.
Glue the pictures of objects with the sponge on then over top of the ones on
the whole picture.
Hang the picture eye level on the wall and see how they stand out.

Sponge Digging

Materials:
small holes household sponges (not natural)
scissors
tempera paint
paper

Procedure:
1. Cut the sponge in a different shape such as a character or simply a
random
shape.
2. Cut design holes inside the sponge.
3. Wet the sponge in the paints.
4. Make sponge imprints on the paper.
5. Make several other sponge shapes using the sample technique.
6. Make a picture out of the sponge prints.

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MaryAnn Kohl
maryann@brightring.com
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Someone was looking for some fun activities for grade one through three...h=
ere you go!!<BR>
I found these in my files. They are not from any of my books.<BR>
<BR>
<BR>
<BR>
Stand outs<BR>
<BR>
Materials:<BR>
2 issues of the same magazines<BR>
scissors <BR>
glue<BR>
small pieces of sponge<BR>
cardboard<BR>
<BR>
Procedure:<BR>
<OL><LI>Select a picture in the magazine that has some interesting objects =
in it.
<LI>Cut the picture selected out of both magazines. Glue one picture to the=
paper.
<LI>Carefully cut the interesting objects out of the second picture. Glue t=
hese pictures on cardboard randomly.
<LI>Allow the glue to dry for several minutes.
<LI>Cut the pictures out of the cardboard.
<LI>Glue tiny pieces of sponge t the center back of each object. Let the gl=
ue dry well.
<LI>Glue the pictures of objects with the sponge on then over top of the on=
es on the whole picture.
<LI>Hang the picture eye level on the wall and see how they stand out.<BR>
</OL><BR>
<BR>
Sponge Digging<BR>
<BR>
<BR>
Materials:<BR>
small holes household sponges (not natural)<BR>
scissors<BR>
tempera paint<BR>
paper<BR>
<BR>
Procedure:<BR>
1. Cut the sponge in a different shape such as a character or simply a rand=
om <BR>
shape.<BR>
2. Cut design holes inside the sponge.<BR>
3. Wet the sponge in the paints.<BR>
4. Make sponge imprints on the paper.<BR>
5. Make several other sponge shapes using the sample technique.<BR>
6. Make a picture out of the sponge prints. <BR>
<BR>
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MaryAnn Kohl<BR>
maryann@brightring.com<BR>
:o)<BR>
<BR>
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