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Re: Giants lesson


Date: Sat Oct 30 2004 - 06:03:14 PDT

I think your way of approaching it is great. And you are right, the
possibilities are absolutely endless. Just don't get in the way of
their imagination, haha. I had my kids do theirs in cities because I
wanted to have them explore variation in shapes for buildings, windows,
and doors, and I could really envision their overlapping potential in a
city setting. Adding the wharf and ocean to it really added another
layer. Helping kids to add to their ability to create the illusion of
depth is a big part of my 3rd grade curriculum. What age are you doing
these with?

Linda Woods

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