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Schoolarts magazine: scannogram greeting cards. (Holiday Showcase).

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Description of Project: 1. Collect materials you wish to appear on your card, 2. Arrange objects on scan bed, 3. Scan objects, 4. Print from a color or black and white printer. Now you've created your own unique greeting card!

Materials Used: Computer with scanner, scanning software, found objects, and your creative imagination.

Grade Level or Age Appropriate: 5th Grade and up with adult supervision.

Estimated Project Time: 15-30 minutes per card

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For further information see Scannograms article by Michael Prater and Mark Sawrie on page 29 of this issue of SchoolArts magazine.
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Date:Oct 1, 2002
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