[Plant-education] Interest in a how-to for making your own wall charts? (Not selling anything!)

monique monique at mail.bio.tamu.edu
Thu Aug 3 12:57:39 EST 2006


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I'm sure I'm not the only one who has found that there is never a wall 
chart or poster of exactly what you want, whether it's a life cycle, an 
anatomy lesson, a particular dissection, or what have you.  And if you 
do find one, it's horrendously expensive.

I've come up with a pretty good way to make my own.  They're neat, 
bright, colorful, easy to read, light-weight, washable (up to a point), 
and rollable for storage.  Most of the construction is pretty obvious, 
but I've come up with a few tips and tricks others might find useful.

I've got another to make for this semester.  Would there be any interest 
in my taking photos of the process and making a little how-to website?

Monique Reed
Biology Department
Texas A&M



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