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[Fwd: Asian art projects]

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gregjuli
Thu, 30 Sep 1999 20:09:09 -0500


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If you want to try Batik, check out Kinderart.com. They have a lesson
called Quick Batik, which is really neat. I'm in the process of doing it
with my adaptive arts class.
MaryB

J+G Grant wrote:

> Hi,
> Have you thought about Batik? I find children have enjoyed this process
> very much and is highly adaptable for children at different levels.
> Gina

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