Africa Bingo has entered the final proofing process and should be out before the end of the year.
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!
Geography bingo? Are you kidding me? Why didn’t someone think of this before? Oh, well yes, someone did, but it always feels like you’re the first when you discover it yourself. But as far we can tell no one has done Africa! So here we go! Fasten your seatbelts travelers! This could be a wild ride.
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!
Over the past few weeks I have added 8 new online art history matching games. These new games are all based on ARTK12’s American Art History series, four games per semester. Enjoy!
Leader boards are coming to the ARTK12 Matching Games. Don’t know what a leaderboard is? It shows the top scores for games played. Ready for some friendly competition? Ready to learn about great art? Fasten your seat belts.
The new ARTK12 free download is a scavenger hunt that uses Along the River During the Qingming Festival by Zhang Zeduan. This painting is big. 10 inches by 5.74 yards. For the game it needs 16 sheets of paper.
Things are changing at ARTK12. Along with books and bingo cards ARTK12 will now begin selling PDF downloads. The first PDF we’re selling is a matching game based on our new online game: Monet’s Haystacks.
This morning I intended to write a review of a game that accompanies my newest geography book, Draw Africa. The game is one in a series of geography games by Out of the Box publishers (the same company that publishes Apples to Apples) called 10 Days in Africa. However, I looked it up on amazon.com…