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Re: [teacherartexchange] got any more ideas?


From: Staci Jacks (staciajacks_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Jun 13 2007 - 11:02:45 PDT

thanks, especially for the IAD site!
--- Shayne Train <> wrote:

> Your e-mail made me think of The Art Teacher's Book
> of Lists by Helen D. Hume.
> There's a description here:
> It's got a little of everything :)
> Actually, my favourite resource is The Incredible
> Art Department
> followed by lots of other inrnet sites.
> For art history, my favourite is the Annotated Mona
> Lisa.
> At 07:57 PM 6/12/2007, you wrote:
> >"?> I posted this a month or so ago but didn't get
> much response- IF
> >you could
> >have one, indispensable teacher's art
> >workbook/textbook/ideabook...what would it
> >have in it? Do you want sketchbook ideas? sub
> plans? Art history lessons?
> >"fillers"? This question pertains to any grade
> level. Do you have or
> >recommend
> >any book(s) that is like this? What's out there
> that you really rely
> >on and use?
> >Thanks for your input.
> >Happy Summer.
> >Marcia
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