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31 color flash cards
10 color bingo cards

The art history curriculum is academic, substantial and fun! It is designed to be used once a week for a 16 week semester; each week's lesson takes about 2 hours and is very easy to teach – very little preparation needed. There are three books for each semester. You simply:

  1. Play the bingo game
  2. Read the chapter in American Art History (includes games, faux newspaper articles/advertisements and much more)
  3. Draw the piece of art.

Only one set is needed per family.

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This is the companion game for American Art History Volume II, but it can also be used as a standalone game. The book is disposable – you will need to tear it apart in order to play the game.

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This bingo game covers the art of:

  • Thomas Cole
  • John James Audubon
  • Edward Hicks
  • Ammi Phillips
  • George Catlin
  • George Caleb Bingham
  • Frederic Remington
  • Winslow Homer
  • James McNeil Whistler
  • Thomas Eakins
  • John Singer Sargent
  • Mary Cassatt
  • Edward Hopper
  • Max Weber
  • Dorothy Lange
  • Georgia O’Keeffe.

Sample ARTK12 Flash & Bingo Cards

There are many ways to play the art bingo games:

Line Art Bingo

The winner in a line art bingo game is the first player to get four in a row either vertically, horizontally or diagonally.

Blackout Art Bingo / Square Art Bingo / X Art Bingo

The winner in a blackout art bingo game is the first player to put a token on every square. In square art bingo the player is required to form a square and in X art bingo the player must create an X on the card.

More Art Bingo Game Variations!

Fish Cracker Bingo

In the fish cracker bingo the student begins with each square covered by a fish cracker or some other snack food. It’s up to you whether it is healthy or decadent or somewhere in between. As the images are called out the food is removed…..and eaten. First person to eat all their food wins.

Invisible Bingo

This can only be played toward the end of the semester when students are very familiar with the art works. Images are called out just like the regular Art Bingo, but the teacher does not show the images. Students have to remember what the art works look like and find them on their card.