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A resource that I have found particularly useful was the book 'Art in Story'
by (?) Saccardi (sorry, can't remember first name and book not on hand). It
encompasses oral story telling, art history, and hands on experience. It's
brilliant - and the Egyptian chapter is well worth looking at. Also, I
would like to let everyone know that a local (Australian) university has
invited my small school (65 children) to have an exhibition of their work.
It will, of course, be small, but they are all tremendously excited. I hate
entering art competitions that are prevalent around here as the majority of
children (as well as myself, their teacher) do not understand the concept of
one person being judged 'better' than others.
Will let you know how it goes.
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