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HIGH SCHOOL ART Albrecht Dürer Lecture and Linocut Art Project: This lecture teaches students about Albrecht Durer's involvement with the Protestant Reformation and his artwork as a printmaker. The lesson is for linocut printmaking art project. Middle School Art, High School Art, Middle Ages, Art History Lessons, Art Lessons, Artist Project, Atelier D Art, Art Curriculum, Albrecht Durer

Albrecht Durer Lecture and Linocut Art Project

Albrecht Dürer is one of the most prolific and influential printmakers in this history of art. He was a German artist who worked with Martin Luther and helped promote the Protestant Reformation in the 16th century. One of Dürer's most famous prints is The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. This zip d...

Leonardo da Vinci Art Projects for Kids - Best Picture For home projects For Your Taste You are looking for something, and it is going to t - Leonardo Da Vinci Dibujos, Da Vince, History Lessons For Kids, Art History Projects For Kids, Italy Art, Art Curriculum, Renaissance Art, Michelangelo, Art Classroom

Leonardo da Vinci Art Projects for Kids - Susan's Homeschool Blog

My children created some beautiful Leonardo da Vinci art projects: a Mona Lisa collage, a charcoal sketch of a bird wing, and a fresco of the Last Supper.

This engaging and interactive resource provides a 1 page reading on the Renaissance Man Leonardo da Vinci along with a reading worksheet, and two versions of an Interactive Notebook resource! Art History Lessons, Art Education Lessons, Geography Lessons, History Education, Teaching History, Leonardo Da Vinci Renaissance, The Renaissance, Renaissance And Reformation, Reading Comprehension Worksheets

Leonardo da Vinci Reading and Interactive Notebook Activity

This engaging and interactive resource provides a 1 page reading on the Renaissance Man Leonardo da Vinci along with a reading worksheet, and two versions of an Interactive Notebook resource!

This fantastic CCSS aligned Black Plague Reading and Worksheet describes how the Black Death reached and spread throughout Europe in the Middle Ages and became one of the deadliest plagues of all time. Fantastic for a world history class! (world history) 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Resources, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Ancient World History, World History Lessons, Study History

Black Plague Reading Worksheet

Black Plague Reading WorksheetThis is a simple, fascinating reading guide about the Bubonic Plague or Black Death. It explains how it began and spread, its symptoms, and the effect it had on European society. It makes for an excellent homework or in-class reading assignment because it can be complet...

(This post contains affiliate links.) A Brief Renaissance Study Our final unit study of the year turned out to be a great one – even if it was on the lighter side of book learning. We had ju… Professor, Middle Ages History, Renaissance And Reformation, 7 Arts, Renaissance Artists, Mystery Of History, Teaching Art, Teaching Resources, Journey

Renaissance Study - Our Journey Westward

This Renaissance study for elementary students covers a bit of history, lots of artist study and art projects, as well as some Shakespeare.

The past, present and future of the bubonic plague or black death. Mystery of History Volume Lesson 76 World History Classroom, Ap World History, History Education, Mystery Of History, History Teachers, Teaching History, European History, Art History, History Books

The Black Death - A TED-Ed Lesson

One of my favorite examples of using video to teach short lessons is the Black Death in 90 Seconds. It's a simple video that demonstrates that you don't have to create a fancy video to deliver a quality lesson. While the video is good, it's not a complete lesson on its own. To extend the lesson take a look at this new TED-Ed video, The Past, Present, and Future of the Bubonic Plague. You might enjoy reading: Free Technology for Teachers: 800+ Persuasive Maps - And a Tool... Free Technology…

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Finishing Michelangelo with some Soap Sculpting

Well we finally finished our Michelangelo study with some soap sculpting! A lot of thought went into that dynamic title of this posting ey? Bet you were wondering what this post would be about until I explained it. We started with a bar of Earthwise natural soap cause I only have natural soaps in our house and of course never thought to google a good soap for carving. Thankfully these held up really well under the carving process. These particular bars were a lemongrass and manuka honey…

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Renaissance Art (AP Euro Review) Mr. Richey talks about Renaissance art and the revival of classical styles with his AP Euro students.

Exploring Pascal's Triangle - an introduction to the many mathematical properties found in Pascal’s Triangle. Students discover several different patterns among the numbers of the triangle. Seventh Grade, Sixth Grade, Third Grade, Teaching Critical Thinking, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas, Homeschool Coop, Homeschooling, Math Games For Kids

Exploring Pascal's Triangle

This activity is an introduction to the many mathematical properties found in Pascal's Triangle. Your students will search for several different patterns among the numbers of the triangle. Intended for middle school students, Exploring Pascal's Triangle includes these concepts: • patterns • sums • ...