Adventures in Tutoring

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Located in Spanish Fork, UT

Individual and group tutoring services for students with mild (resource)-severe disabilities.

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Group tutoring with 2-6 students is $15 per hour
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Thursday, January 12, 2012

Tissue Paper Pots

When you are trying to come up with an idea for Mother's Day gifts here is one that was always fun to make. Buy the small terracotta pots from Walmart. Have the students paint the entire pot white so that the reddish-brown does not show through the tissue paper. Then cut tissue paper into small squares. Provide the students a variety of tissue paper to choose from. Then using Mod Podge (I used the gloss kind) cover the pot with tissue paper. You can use lots of different colors of tissue paper or only one. The Mod Podge will go on white but it will dry clear so you really can't have too much. You want everything to stick well. Once the pots are dry you can either fill with flower pens or a real flower. Just a note that if you put real plants in the pot you will want to seal your Mod Podge with a spray. Several variations we have done in my class: 1. Buy the small saucers that go with the pots and cover those with tissue paper also. 2. Let the student select a color to paint their pot versus just white. If you do this have them select their tissue paper before painting to make sure that everything will go together. 3. Hot glue ribbon around the rim of the pots. 

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