--- dawn stien <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I was hoping
links didn't work...
to get to the part I thought would be helpful before,
go to http://amarillo.org/
then go to the kids corner, then go to wild things.
Both animals alone and animals together have a variety
of historical approaches used to portray animals in
art with concise explanations.
It turns out they have interesting interdisiplinary
lesson plans -I'm going back to check out the writing
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