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  • Anna K. Ball
    yer welcome! --anna ... From: Michael Barber To: art_education@yahoogroups.com Sent: Friday, September 28, 2007 9:23 AM Subject: Re: [art_education] supply
    Message 1 of 7 , Sep 28, 2007
      yer welcome!
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      Sent: Friday, September 28, 2007 9:23 AM
      Subject: Re: [art_education] supply list

      Thank you!

      >>> "Anna K. Ball" <magpie@...> 9/27/2007 5:11 PM >>>
      on my wish list there'd be a kiln and clay and glazes.  kids love clay!  Maybe if you can't get a kiln (shaving 16,000 from a budget might be apropos here) , then maybe some clay- like materials.  fimo and a toaster oven?  modeling clay?
      also, regular pastels as well as oil pastels
      colored sand.  (whoever wrote and suggested that my kids draw with glue and then sprinkle colored sand on top, thank you--this has probably been one of my most successful lessons)
      I just got some texture plates and am enjoying those
      tempera paint and watercolor paints
      when you get enough money get GOOD brushes or at least almost good ones
      scissors that can cut cardboard (these were sent by mistake once--you know the kind that EMTs use?  but now I love them--they'll cut anything!)
      paper mache paste (easier than glue and water though I'm convinced glue and water makes for a stronger product)
      anyway, that is my can't do without list,,
      anna in western sd
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      Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2007 1:21 PM
      Subject: [art_education] supply list

      After many years of teaching, I am very happy to say that I am happy (I think) to be teaching art (and dance) at  a K-7 school. I was surprised however to find that there was no budget set aside for this new art position....the principal did however show me the supply closet....which has just the basics.....and not in great supply.
      My supervisor has asked for my "wish list" of supples so that he can be asking other art teachers who might have extra. Since I am new...the idea of making a supply wish list is daunting. I'm sure there are things that I would not think of until I need them. Does anyone have a list of supplies that they have put together that I could work from?
      I'm loving this group. Conversations have been very helpful. Thank you.
      Thanks for all answers.
      In need in Portland, Mike
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