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Free today -2 December 2012

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This is a fun activity for the beginning of art class. I generally start all my classes off with a quiet learning game whilst I call the role, etc. It settles the students and gives them an opportunity to focus into the learning area of the class they are attending.

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This entry was posted on December 2, 2012 by in Apps for Learning, Technology Inspiration, The Art Class and tagged , , , .
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