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Lesson Plans


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Sun, 13 Oct 1996 08:11:53 -0400

I believed you asked a question about a resource for Kaleidoscopes. I have a
book titled: The Kaleidoscope Book, IsBN 0-8069-8370-1. I ran out to
purchase it as I had seen it in a used book store. Your idea sounded
wonderful! Inside the cover, the write up states: "More than just a toy,
keaeidoscopes have become an effective tool in color therapy. Many people
use them to inspire their art, manage stress, aid in meditation, and help in
visualization therapy. But it is the pure delight of seeing the seemingly
infinite designs appear and disappear that make kaleidoscopes so terrific.
It also gives 10 designs to create your own kaleidoscopes. These seem very
doabe for children as adults. You can recycle many materials in creating
these. Sounds like a great art project to me! Good Luck!
Donna Rollins
in Maine
in Maine