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Lesson Plans


Re: Library supplies

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Linda Kelty (lckelty)
Tue, 28 Sep 1999 18:17:44 -0400


Go to a local elementary school and ask if you can go through their
catalogs. Most have 800 numbers and you can order the catalog you're
interested in. The catalogs that supply early elementary have the most of
this kind of thing. Preschool programs use a lot of this also. If that
doesn't work, you may have to have one built. See a set designer, or a
playground designer. Try Metropolitan catalog. I think they're on line.
Linda K.
-----Original Message-----
From: Kimberly Anne Herbert <kimberly>
To: art <artsednet.edu>; ChildMuse
<CHILDMUS>; Museum ED <museum-ed>
Date: Tuesday, September 28, 1999 2:46 PM
Subject: Library supplies

>I've tried a couple of searches and haven't come up with anything. I'm
>trying to find a supplier of library forts. I'm looking for a two level
>"fort" with a storytime area underneath, cover out book storage around the
>outside on both levels, and a upper level for kids to sit and look at
books,
>puzzles, and games. I'll appreciate any help you give me.
>Kimberly Herbert
>CAM Administrator
>
>Kimberly Herbert[PARA]CAM Administrator[PARA]San Angelo Museum of Fine
>Arts/Children's Art Museum Phone: 915 649 - 4391[PARA]Physical Address: 1st
>Floor Cactus Hotel 36 E. Twohig San Angelo, TX[PARA]Mailing Address: One
>Love Street San Angelo, TX 76903
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