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Aboriginal Art Worksheets for Students

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Denise Walker (denise.au)
Wed, 15 Oct 1997 12:18:42 +0800


To all art educators / art students, thankyou for your expression of
interest in the Aboriginal Education Resource File,and the sections and
student worksheets relating to Aboriginal Art.

I have had such an overwhelming response to send out information, that I
thought that I would put it out to you all at once.

The whole file has over 60 worksheets with Aboriginal Art designs on all
the worksheets borders. I am unable to send them via email due to the
layout and art work, unless each was individually scanned.

If you are interested, I can send you a complete file, with all the
Aboriginal reference material, like dreamtime,tribal groups,didgeridoo,
Noongar words, Aboriginal Art, word sleuths, design woksheets,traditional
Aboriginal Art etc.

It is a very good resource to use in Art and across the curriculum
including areas such as English, Social studies, Aboriginal Studies,
grammer, etc. Over 1000 have been distributed throught Australia, and being
a photocopy master, you can produce endless copies in your classroom. It is
the only one of it's kind that has been produced.

The cost in US dollars is only $39.00 and $8.00 for air mail delivery. This
is basically the production cost as I have produced it on a non profit
basis.

I will supply a receipted invoice for your Tax deduction purposes in
relation to teaching books. I will also package up some visual examples of
Aboriginal Art that you can use as a teaching reference or resource. It
will take about 10 days

If you would like one please email me at denise.au and send a
money order to
Aboriginal Education Resource Files
PO BOX 1204
Broome
Western Australia 6725

Kind Regards,
Denise Walker

"Don't Forget that the journey is just as important as the destination." !!

Denise Walker.
The University of Notre Dame Australia, Broome Campus.