[Art_beyond_sight_educators] any ideas?
juddysbuddy at velocity.net
Wed Dec 9 01:21:18 UTC 2009
I use that to build up crayons and other implements so that students can
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Subject: [Art_beyond_sight_educators] any ideas?
> Yesterday I was handed a box of, what I think, is water pipe insulation
> material. Ah the possibilities I thought.
> It is a gray spongy tube about 1 1\2 inches in circumference and has
> narrow channel going through out its length.
> I threaded a bit with steel wire and got a nice bendable line. One could
> make large drawings with it perhaps with or without the wire.
> I put a bit of Velcro on the foam tube (without wire) and seems to hold
> well. Perhaps could be used for quick model making?
> This is definitely nothing for a small child that chews on things.
> I was wondering if anyone else has used this material?
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