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Re: Ray Triceratops, Arm-chairs & whatever
Martin is talking about exactly what I need. An outreach program with
the molds and educational resources that could be "checked out". The
National Zoo in Washington has such a program. We went for a 1/2 day
seminar to explain how the system operated and then I, as a participating
teacher, was eligible to check out the different kits, Invertebrates,
Reptiles, Birds, Backyard Naturalist, Suitcase for Survival (this is one
that is composed of different things confiscated by customs). These kits
are great. It keeps me from having to collect the material myself, which
I would gladly do, but it also saves me from the problem of storage on
the off times when it's not in use. I can see it now, something with 6
or 8 different dino molds(my preference would be molds of different
dinosaur teeth but I'm open to suggestions; a half dozen dinosaur projects(
hand puppets, a descent coloring book with different dinos (no cave people),
a skeleton to assemble, a "flip book" to assemble, etc.) some late
prototype pictures and maybe a short tape VHS please. How about it?
This should be doable....The Smithsonian should be able to sponsor it.
COrrect me if I'm wrong Martin, but aren't they the parent organization
of the Zoo?