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RE: bottle monster credit goes to....?

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From: LeAnn Escoffre (lescoffre_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Oct 01 2002 - 13:33:53 PDT


I would like the pictures please. This sounds great, I can't wait to do the
lesson.
LeAnn
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  From: Patricia Banas [mailto:pbanas@new-albany.k12.oh.us]
  Sent: Friday, September 27, 2002 11:27 AM
  To: ArtsEdNet Talk
  Subject: RE: bottle monster credit goes to....?

  Kathy,

  Can you please send it to me..thanks.

  Patty banas

  78 n. ohio ave.

  Columbus, OH 43203

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  From: KSchiavo00@aol.com [mailto:KSchiavo00@aol.com]
  Sent: Sunday, September 22, 2002 1:19 PM
  To: ArtsEdNet Talk
  Subject: Re: bottle monster credit goes to....?

  In a message dated 09/22/2002 1:00:03 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
Nnaell@aol.com writes:

  Yes...please take the credit for the Bottle monster lesson! I did this
with
  a small group over the summer and am going to do small versions (using
  smaller bottles) with my third grade!

  I did "Treasure Buddies" with my 8th graders a few years back. Recycling
used plastic bottles is not a new idea but how you apply your creativity to
them is always refreshing. I have seen the same project used in High
School -but naturally, the older the child- the more sophistocated and
detailed the solution. My "Treasure Buddy" sculpture lesson in Middle
School required the students to design their character so that the cap of
the bottle was hidden within a part of the paper mache'd body (head, arm,
tail etc.) That piece, then could be removed and personal items could be
"hidden" within the container. It was one of the favorite projects in this
age group. I have pictures (jpeg) I could sent you if you are interested.
Email me privately please.
  Kathy in Kalamazoo
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