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Lesson Plans

Re: mars 2030

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Wed, 6 Oct 1999 22:53:33 EDT

Oooh, materials. Oops. How about some "home made" or class made playdoughs
or clays? When they dry (or you microwave them) sometimes the effects are
surprising! Also, my kids broke their last bean bag chair (the one outside,
in the play house) and my husband knew better than to throw out those
millions of tiny beads of styrofoam. I've got a nice big bag of them for
something. Got any old leaking beanbags? Ooooh, also, that stuff you spray
in little holes to block mice or plug leaks...GreatStuff...dries really cool,
and Fast. The kids could spray it and shape a mountainous or rolling hill
landscape. Things can be stuck into it before it hardens, too. (3-5
minutes) Then, it can be carved into, too.
My problem is this: What would work best to simulate the Martian landscape?