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Print this Art History Timeline on a color printer, laminate and hang!! Perfect addition to any awesome art room's decor!! Featuring 34 time periods. Posters are 5.375" tall and 10.25" wide so they can be printed on letter size paper and trimmed. // class decor // art history // art posters // art history timeline // art room posters

Print this Art History Timeline on a color printer, laminate and hang!! Perfect addition to any awesome art room's decor!! Featuring 34 time periods. Posters are 5.375" tall and 10.25" wide so they can be printed on letter size paper and trimmed. // class decor // art history // art posters // art history timeline // art room posters

DOWNLOAD: A Creative Way to Get Your Secondary Students Excited About Art History

It’s no secret getting kids to engage with art history can be like pulling teeth. In my county, our common assessment is full of art history questions our students are required to know. As their art teacher, I feel like it’s my duty not only to ensure my students know the material but that they […]

Ace Art History With This Guide Whether you want to impress your next date, or you’re just an art lover, here’s an easy way to understand the basics of art throughout the decades.

Whether you want to impress your next date, or you’re just an art lover, here’s an easy way to understand the basics of art throughout the decades.

I’m getting excited thinking about our upcoming unit on American Artists! Every January and February we do six art projects, each focused on one artist per project. Studying these historical artists is such a fun way to incorporate a little art history into our homeschool week! It’s also a great introduction for the art history …

I’m getting excited thinking about our upcoming unit on American Artists! Every January and February we do six art projects, each focused on one artist per project. Studying these historical artists is such a fun way to incorporate a little art history into our homeschool week! It’s also a great introduction for the art history […]