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Schools/Adminís Qís
1 How much does the CreateAskate.org program cost?
2 Who pays for the CreateAskate.org skateboard decks?
3 What type of guidelines or instructions do the teachers receive?

Schools/Adminís Aís

Q. How much does the CreateAskate.org program cost?
A. Each student’s participation fee is $15.00 plus shipping and handling per deck. It’s the intent of CreateAskate.org that students be responsible for providing their own participation fee. We believe each student will be more responsible and more vested in the project by providing his or her own fee.

Shipping costs are not included in the participation fee, thus, shipping costs, and limited materials costs (paint, sealer, sandpaper, inks, masking tape) are then the responsibility of the school. Click on links to see specific lists.
Wood shop tools and materials list
Art class tools and materials list

Q. Who pays for the CreateAskate.org skateboard decks?
A. Each participating school must set up its own CreateAskate.org account to process orders and select payment options.

Q. What type of guidelines or instructions do the teachers receive?
A. Each teacher receives a comprehensive step-by-step Media and Instruction kit. The CreateAskate.org curriculum contains vocabularies, quizzes, and charts and templates, in addition to video (DVD) media offering source information as well as step-by-step demonstrations of how each student can successfully complete their own custom skateboard deck.

CreateAskate.org Art Room Supply List

Veneer Water Test
1) Weight scale that measures down to .001 lbs. (or balance scale with gradated weight set)
2) Tape measure or ruler with 32nd scale.
3) Water.

Lamination Demonstration
1) 5 pieces of veneer 4” x 12” long grain (supplied by CAS)
2) 2 pieces of veneer 12” x 4” cross grain (supplied by CAS)
3) 1 CAS mold block (supplied by CAS)
4) 1 foam paint roller
5) Wood glue
6) 1 C-clamp

Sand Your Shape
1) 1 Identification card per student (supplied by CAS)
2) 1 rough cut skateboard deck per student (supplied by CAS)
3) Multiple sets of sanding blocks. 2 1/2” x 9 5/8” x 3/4” thick (1x3 cut into lengths)
4) 3” wide x 21 1/4” long Sanding belts. 36, 50, 80, 100 grits.
(Quantity of item 2 & 3 depends upon # of students in class. Recommended: Class of 15 – 25 students would have 4 sets of sanding blocks in each grit—4 of 36 grit, 4 of 50 grit, etc.)
5) 1 sheet of 120 grit sandpaper per student.

Paint Your Board
1) 1 finish-sanded skateboard per student
2) 4” wide foam roller
3) Paint Tray
4) 1 gallon of water-based clear sealer (polyurethane varnish)

Decorate Your Skateboard
1) 1 sealed (varnished) skateboard per student
2) Assortment of solvent spray paints
3) Assortment of solvent marking pens
4) Masking tape
5) Stencils
6) Any other artistic medium needed.


CreateAskate.org Wood Shop Supply List

Veneer Water Test
1) Scale that measures down to .001 lbs. (or balance scale with gradated weights)
2) Tape measure or ruler with 32nd scale.
3) Water.

Lamination Demonstration
1) 5 pieces of veneer 4” x 12” long grain (supplied by CAS)
2) 2 pieces of veneer 12” x 4” cross grain (supplied by CAS)
3) 1 CAS mold block (supplied by CAS)
4) 1 band saw to cut mold block
5) 1 foam paint roller
6) Wood glue
7) 1 C-clamp

Create a Cardboard Template
1) 1 Identification card per student (supplied by CAS)
2) 1 Cardboard template tool per student (supplied by CAS)
3) 1 half-template set per class (supplied by CAS)
4) 1 pencil per student
5) A few utility knives
6) A few metal edge rulers
7) A few sheets of glass 3/32” x 12” x 36” (cutting surface)
8) Sanding block 2 1/2” x 9 5/8” x 3/4” thick (1x3 cut to length) with 100 grit sandpaper

Draw Your Shape
1) 1 cut out cardboard template per student
2) 1 CAS skateboard deck blank per student (supplied by CAS)
3) 8” ruler provided with template (supplied by CAS)
4) 33” ruler provided with template (supplied by CAS)
5) Base plate marking tool provided with template (supplied by CAS)
6) 1 pencil per student.

Cut Your Shape
1) Band saw or scroll saw
2) 1 marked skateboard blank per student.

Sand Your Shape
1) 1 rough cut skateboard per student
2) Belt or Disk sander with 36 -50 grit belt
3) Multiple sets of sanding blocks. 2 1/2” x 9 5/8” x 3/4” thick (1x3 cut to length)
4) 3” wide x 21 1/4” long Sanding belts. 36, 50, 80, 100 grits.
Quantity of item 3 & 4 depends upon # of students in class. Recommended: Class of 15 – 25 students would have 4 sets of sanding blocks in each grit—4 of 36 grit, 4 of 50 grit, etc.)
5) 1 sheet of 120 grit sandpaper per student.

Paint Your Board
1) 1 finish sanded skateboard per student
2) 4” wide foam roller
3) Paint Tray
4) 1 gallon of water-based clear sealer (polyurethane varnish)

Decorate Your Skateboard
7) 1 sealed (varnished) skateboard per student
8) Assortment of solvent spray paints
9) Assortment of solvent marking pens
10) Masking tape
11) Stencils
12) Any other artistic medium needed.












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