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Old 05-24-2013, 08:24 PM
 
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We are attempting to create an art room at our school (no art teacher, but a space where teachers could take their students for art lessons).

Other than the obvious - paint, brushes, paper, etc. What do we need? I'm hoping to write a DonorsChoose project in the fall to help get stuff, any help with what to get would be appreciated.

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A drying rack!

I'd also get some posters of famous art to decorate the room, if you get enough money.
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Will add those to the list
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What a great idea!

Have teachers and families donate old magazines and newspapers to use for collaging.
Smocks (you can use large old t-shirts) are useful.
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Yarn, cardboard or paper plated for weaving, tissue paper, beads, air dry clay, plastic forks, spoons, knives for texture in tempera paint, paper bags and straws.


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Yarn and a drying racks. Yarn is so freaking expensive.
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