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Lesson Plans

RE: Illusions

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Maryanne Zakreski (mzakr)
Mon, 13 Sep 1999 13:21:11 PDT

Dear Kim,
Another problem students or "teachers" might have is that they may be one
eye dominate. This prevents some from seeing holographs.


>From: "Kimberly Anne Herbert" <kimberly>
>Reply-To: <kimberly>
>To: <>
>Subject: RE: Illusions
>Date: Mon, 13 Sep 1999 09:02:40 -0500
>I bought a book on illusions children can create, for an exhibit we want to
>do in the future. My cousin was looking at it and found it frustrating. He
>could see the b/w ones, but not the color ones. It took me the whole car
>trip home from the store to figure out his problem. He is color blind,
>known that since he was in PK. I hadn't even thought about that being a
>problem, until I read the explanation of the illusion. Just something to
>keep in mind when working with illusions and kids.
>Kimberly Herbert
>CAM Administrator
>San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts/Children's Art Museum
class or are just interested
>in them, this is a great site. And, as much as I tried, I CANNOT see
>the illusion of the couple kissing in "Group One". I can only see the
>"old man" in the illusion.
>Have fun playing tricks on your students' eyes (and your own!).

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