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Explore Art History

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face Grades 2 & 3
access_time 50 mins per week
groups Up to 8 students

Each week students will create a new painting, drawing or mixed media artwork inspired by art found throughout history, and across the world. This includes Roman Mosaics, Greek Story Vases, Egyptian Art and more.


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favorite Parent

Fabulous class! Ms. Colette was well prepared and knowledgeable; she provided a lesson on the artist, technique, and mindfulness concepts. She was friendly and kind, and her voice was so calming! It was a great pause in my daughter's day :)
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favorite Parent

My daughter loved this class. Ms. Therese was a wonderful teacher. Can’t wait to take more.
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favorite Parent

Just want you to know that my daughter LOVEs this class, and I love how I see her creativity being developed every week. Thank you so much.
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Taught by Ms. Colette

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Ms. Colette lives in Austin, Texas. Her passion for teaching and arts led to her pursing a Masters of Science degree in Teaching and Bachelor of Arts degree. She is a retired state certified K-12 art teacher and currently teaches online while also helping homeschool her 4 grandkids.


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school Lesson 1
Prehistoric Cave Art: Students will learn about symbols found in Petroglyphs and Pictographs by painting on crumpled paper bags (cave walls)
school Lesson 2
Egyptian Art: Students will make, and then write and paint their names on a cartouche using Egyptian hieroglyphics
school Lesson 3
Roman Mosaics: Students will learn about, and then, create their own Roman Mosaic style art
school Lesson 4
Greek Story Vases: Learn about Greek art by using patterns on a vase shape
school Lesson 5
Inca Masks: In making foil relief masks, students will learn about the Incas of South America
school Lesson 6
Stained Glass in in the European Middle Ages: Students will explore radial symmetry by creating their own faux stained glass windows

school Explore Art History - LessonLeap

Prehistoric Cave Art: Students will learn about symbols found in Petroglyphs and Pictographs by painting on crumpled paper bags (cave walls)
read more

school Explore Art History - LessonLeap

Egyptian Art: Students will make, and then write and paint their names on a cartouche using Egyptian hieroglyphics
read more

school Explore Art History - LessonLeap

Roman Mosaics: Students will learn about, and then, create their own Roman Mosaic style art
read more

school Explore Art History - LessonLeap

Greek Story Vases: Learn about Greek art by using patterns on a vase shape
read more

school Explore Art History - LessonLeap

Inca Masks: In making foil relief masks, students will learn about the Incas of South America
read more

school Explore Art History - LessonLeap

Stained Glass in in the European Middle Ages: Students will explore radial symmetry by creating their own faux stained glass windows
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