> Clay is great , but watch out for traveling clay ( airborne) Expect the
> Teri Sanford wrote:
> > Jill,
> > How about a clay activity. Really let them have fun, but make
> > sure they follow your guidelines (including behavior). It's a
> > real motivator when they lose something they KNOW is fun. Then
> > you can hold it over their heads all year ("if you want to do
> > clay again..."). Also, the ones who are causing trouble can be
> > removed from the project and do a research paper on the history
> > of (whatever, related to clay, like Greek pottery or something).
> > Good luck!
> > I had a 6th grade like this last year. I nearly quit,
> > actually. But I knew it would soon pass, and since 6th is my
> > highest level, I will NEVER have to see those rude boys again!!
> > teri
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