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> Personally, I thought that the owl project was a great fall activity
> explored texture in a fun way. I really appreciate hearing about all
> these great lessons but don't feel confortable enough to post my own
> for fear of harsh criticism. I feel that this list should be a safe
> place to share ideas. If I don't like someone's ideas, I don't use it
> or I think of ways to improve upon it; I don't however openly
> the lesson, what would be the point? We all have different
> and utimately should be open to learning about those of others...
> afterall, isn't this one of the many things we're trying to teach our
> Sun, 26 Oct 1997, Joan Segal Leal da Costa wrote:
> > Sandra,
> > How is your owl project different from the use of photocopied
> > You have described a step by step project in which all aspects are
> > predetermined
> > except perhaps the gluing on of yarn to represent the texture of the
> owl. Is
> > yarn an example of the texture of feathers?
> > joan