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Re: [teacherartexchange] skecthbooks

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From: Barbara Marder (marder621_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Sep 01 2010 - 13:02:47 PDT


I use a dremel and it's perfect!

Barbara from Boston

Barbara from Boston

On Sep 1, 2010, at 3:51 PM, Sidnie Miller wrote:

> How ever you choose to make your pages and cover, when you're ready to poke the
> holes for the binding, clamp the whole thing together and use a power drill to make
> holes. The boys love it. Put an empty box under the drilling space so you won't be
> drilling the desks. You can bind with binding combs--usually you can find a binding
> machine somewhere in your school. You can also buy binder rings and just use 2 or 3 of
> them to hold it all together. It's loose but you can easily add and take out pages.
>
>>>> <BigCrab99@aol.com> 9/1/2010 5:28 AM >>>
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> School begins for me on Tuesday after Labor Day! I am planning to do
> sketchbook journals with eighth graders. I have found many cool journalilng
> ideas online and on You Tube, but I am need a few ideas that will really
> "grab" the boys in my class. I plan to give a variety of ideas/lessons from
> which they can choose, and I want to include several that will really relate
> to the boys.
>
>
> Carolyn in Virginia Beach (watching Earl!!)
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