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Art is a large part of our homeschool curriculum, and I make every effort to integrate it into all academic areas. I have really enjoyed the Art in History book series which makes it so easy to get an overview of art in every major time period. (Here is an example at my blog […]See more
This is the third and final set of notebooking pages for Ancient Greek Art. The layout pictured here is offered in three line styles for all ages of learners. The graphic is a line illustration of the Acropolis of Athens. That’s the Parthenon in the top right corner. If your child is one who likes […]See more
This is the second set of notebooking pages that go along with Ancient Greek Art. The two layouts pictured here are offered in three line styles for a total of six pages. If you need more room for pasting or sketching pictures, use the pages from the first set of Ancient Greek art notebooking pages. […]See more
I’ve mentioned how much I like the the Art in History series (see the Medieval Art post & this one on Ancient Egypt). We are currently using Ancient Greek Art as a complement to our Beautiful Feet history studies. This living book gives a great overview of the art of Ancient Greece, including sculpture, pottery, […]See more