They worked very hard on their designs and like with UK children, where one went, the others followed. There were lots of fruit bowls and mountain ranges. And a few portraits of Tupac Amaru, an Inkan hero/martyr. The lessons are being received very well and I am looking forward to spotting the bags being used in place of plastic bags while I am out and about in the community. As one girl said, unprompted, 'When they try to give me a plastic bag in the shops, I will say, 'No thank you, I have my own bag!'