Art History. Boring, right? No! It doesn’t have to be. Forget about all you didn’t learn in your art history course and take a look at some of these books. Your students will love them.
Category: Art History
Live in Prescott, Arizona or close by? Want to see some John James Audubon prints in the wild? No problem. Trek on down to the Natural History Institute.
ARTK12’s next book will be Ancient Greek Pottery Disguised as Fun. Ancient Greek Pottery presents your youngest students (baby to 6 years old) photos of a variety of ancient Greek pottery decorated with images from Greek mythology as well as everyday life using simple rhymes to teach your students about Greek pottery.
It’s another review of ARTK12’s American Art History curriculum. Cummins Life reviews semester one including the textbook (not your traditional textbook!), the bingo game and the drawing book. Need ideas for the upcoming school year? Here you go!
Bored students got you down? Does American Art History seem a little daunting? Well friends and neighbors you are in luck! The ARTK12 American Art Bingo Classroom Bundle is here to rescue you and your students. Play the game with up to 40 students at one time. They learn great pieces of art and have fun doing it. Many ways to play. Enjoy!
We know you’ve been waiting. We know your students have been pestering you. We know you’ve wondered if it would ever happen. And we know you’ve been losing sleep over it. We’re very sorry, but now the time has come! Our extra bingo cards will allow you to play American Art Bingo with up to 40 students. You’re welcome!
But do the art pieces studied in ARTK12’s American Art History books actually exist? The conspiracy theories abound! But today a person in the real world offers definitive proof of real art in real life! Buckle your seat belt, Dorothy, ’cause Kansas is going bye-bye.
For those of you who have purchased or are thinking about purchasing the American Art History series, ARTK12 now has a free PDF portfolio download. Get Out!
Miss Lucy, as her students call her, has been teaching Art History to homeschooled students for the last few years. She uses ARTK12’s curriculum to teach all her classes. Find out why.