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Re: Halloween, Help

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Pat Bainbridge (pat_bainbridge)
Fri, 23 Oct 1998 07:49:10 PDT

I do a project with pumkins with chalk light orange or peach/bright
orange/and redish orange- get a little color value awarness with the
littlest people! Dark green for the leaves and vines and yellow for the
veins Chalk is messy however and makes me sneeze!

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>So many teachers want pumpkins. I do a value thing with 1st and 2nd
>graders where we paint a sheet of paper with orange and add white and
>more then add white and so on and so on until the paper is covered with
>different values of orange. The next class we cut out a pumpkin shape
>a face with different geometric shapes add a stem and they have their
>pumpkin and I covered value and shape stuff.
>I have six sets of tables with 4 kids each at tables they take turns
>stirring as I add white to their paint cup. Careful it's easy to add
>much paint and then be stuck with a ton of a sort of peach color.
>At 09:24 PM 10/21/98 -0700, you wrote:
>>Anyone have some new ideas for Halloween that aren't morbid, sick or
>witchy? May say some pumpkin ideas, creating an environment that is
>but not sicko?

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