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April 25, 2013 / Rick Swann

Exquisite corpses

There are very few projects that are more fun than an exquisite corpse book. For one thing, it’s a group project with lots of collaboration. The process creates a lot of surprises as well. I have a “tops and bottoms” one I’ll be unveiling at the National Children and Youth Garden Symposium in Denver in July, but for sheer fun, monsters it is. These were done by Hawthorne Elementary School students in Seattle yesterday. I’m teaching enrichment classes at Hawthorne and Beacon Hill Elementary as part of Powerful Schools (powerfulschools.org). ec book hawthorne ec book2 hawthorne ec book3 hawthorne ec book4 hawthorne ec book5 hawthorne ec book6 hawthorne

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