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    My student's work

    Here is the first class and their first assignment: egg on a stand. The students are identified by number as I don't want the hassle of all the paperwork and stuff that goes along with identifying them on line. Am in the process of adding their second assignment, a snowman, you can see them below the eggs.

    Let's see if this link works.
    http://www.njsp.k12.in.us/1429203272...BCOB=0&C=55152
    Last edited by Jonathan Shively; 10-18-2010 at 02:30 PM.
    Jon

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    Got some excellent work there Jonathan...well done!

    Pics are a little hard to see, but probably just my screen.
    Darren

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    Bigger pictures if possible but from what I can see the eggs shapes all look pretty good. No. 4-4 appeals as getting that bead in the middle is not easy for a newbie IMHO.

    Pete

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    I've heard that turning eggs is great practice. I have never tried any, but my wife would love me to. She likes the wooden eggs. Nice jobs on your students part.
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    Well done all around !

    Students and Teacher.
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    Great looking projects. Well done by both student and instructor.
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