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Paperback: 132 pages
Grades 3 – 8
Product Dimensions: 11 x 8.5 x 0.3 inches

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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Draw the art from the following:

  • Prehistoric Art
  • Mound Builder Art
  • Native Southwest Art
  • Iroquois Art
  • Taino Art
  • John White
  • Early Virginian Art
  • Colonial Portraiture
  • Benjamin West
  • John Copley
  • Paul Revere
  • Charles Willson Peale
  • Raphaelle Peale
  • Gilbert Stuart

Sample Pages

Let your students explore great art by recreating it themselves. With easy step-by-step instructions, each volume in the Drawing American Art series allows your child to reproduce sixteen pieces of art from the American Art History series. To ensure successful drawings for students in grades 3rd – 8th, the book includes reproducible templates that have the first step already drawn to ensure correct size and placement of the drawing.

Drawing American Art: Volumes I & II provide the homeschooling parent with thirty-two weeks (sixteen weeks per volume) of fun art history drawing projects for grades 3rd-8th. Combined with American Art History and American Art Bingo, this set will provide a full year of art history reading, drawing projects, and games that will familiarize your student with over 60 pieces of American art. This is the perfect companion for any American History curriculum.