Paper Making in an Adaptive Classroom
with Kelly Meyer
Experience Level: Beginner, no prior experience needed
Tuesdays May 10-24, 7-8pm (3 sessions)
Adults & Children of all ages with Moderate to Significant Special Needs (Caregiver Attendance Required)
Join us for the exciting experience of making your own papers in a variety of colors and textures with artist Kelly Meyer! Kelly will guide the class through the step-by-step process of making unqiue handmade papers, while engaging a variety of senses in a fun and safe enviornment!
This class offers a variety of adaptive equipment as needed to ensure project success! If you would like to arrange equipment please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on April 25 to discuss individual needs.
Limited class size will also allow for one-on-one work with the instructor throughtout the entire class! Please join us!
*When registering, caregivers do not need to pay an additional registration fee, simply enroll the total number of students participaing.
Project intro — Cut/tear paper scraps — Make book of manilla folders
Make paper! — bag up supplies used for book
Assemble book — add lettering — trim paper
Materials/Equipment We Will be Working With (consumabel materials included in tuition fee):
– Manilla Folders
– Newspaper and Construction paper scraps
– Plastic Bin
– Flower petals
– Dried herbs
– Window screening pieces
– Printed pictures of bins
– ziplock bags
– velcro pieces adhesive backs
– Dip moulds
– Felt sheet
May 10, 2022, 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm