In the Classroom: Collaborative Toolboxes

Recently, a local sawmill donated lumber to Anne Phillips for her substitute day with Burnsville Elementary School’s kindergarten class.  The lumber was sent to Mountain Heritage High School where students collaborated in the project and cut the parts for the tool boxes (2 sides, 2 ends, and a bottom).  Parents were invited to come to school and help their child construct their own tool box using hammers and nails.  After students built their box, they were given paint and brushes to complete the task.

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e-mail Program Manager Stacey Lane at: staceylane@penland.org

Contributors

Penland School of Crafts
NC Arts Council
Community Foundation of Western NC

Teaching Artists

Anne Phillips
Pat Benard
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