Early Elementary Art K-3: Artists of the Italian Renaissance—One-Semester Art History and Appreciation
Study the artists who shaped the way Western cultures now look at the world in Early Elementary Art K-3 Volume 4: Artists of the Italian Renaissance by Brenda Ellis. Create hands-on Renaissance style art projects in a one-semester art program for kindergarten and third-grade students from ARTistic Pursuits. [Features…]
Italian Renaissance Volume 4
Italian Renaissance Artists
One Semester Course
Artists That Shaped the Italian Renaissance
This is a one semester course for kindergarten and elementary students from ARTistic Pursuits. Each text lesson is complete with:
- A kid-friendly story of a culture or master artist.
- A master artwork to ponder, explore and discuss.
- A project suited to your young artist’s abilities and interests to broaden skills and development.
- Save on Artistic Pursuits Early Elementary Art K to 3rd courses all year long at Lamp Post Homeschool.
- Preview Sample Pages of Volume 4.
- Watch this video to learn about Watercolor in Artistic Pursuits Artists of the Italian Renaissance Volume 4.
- Hardcover with Blu-ray and DVD, 64 pages, 18 lessons, 86 illustrations
- Study artists who shaped the way Western cultures now look at the world.
- Create and respond to art of the Italian Renaissance (1300-1600 Italy).
- Tackle design challenges with innovation and creative thinking.
- Introduces children to the discoveries of the period and to new methods for making art.
- Covers one semester with 18 lessons:
- Twelve text lessons feature artworks by the Italian Renaissance masters
- Six video lessons featuring art material instruction—Children will express their ideas and observations with new media including watercolors, fresco, scratch art, and oil pastels.
- Planned and organized lessons make it easy to for the parent/art teacher.
- Enjoy a short, 10 minute text-guided lesson with your children and then set them up to create!
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