Hey all. Need some FAST help. I had posted a thread before how I was participating in the Great American Teach-In, where parents come into the schools and teach students about various jobs. Originally we were under the impression that we would be able to get a disposable camera for the kids, and I was going to spend some time setting up portraits of each other... however, now the budget fell through and we can't get ANY cameras - AND THE CLASS IS TODAY! So i want to be able to teach them about photography. I know I want to touch on how many types of photography their is; art, nature, portrait, photojournalism, sports (what am I missing?) Basically, how do I recruit 8 year olds into photography? How can I ENCOURAGE them? I was thinking about making "viewfinders" out of cardboard, and using it sort of as a "mind camera" teaching them how to compose a little bit by using the viewfinder. (like the size of a piece of paper?) ACK! Anyone have any ideas?!