Single-concept DVDs designed to provide students with easy-to-learn lessons in art skills with classroom materials. For classroom use or independent study, these lively, well-paced videos keep students involved and motivated! Designed for grades six and up.
Bring art into the classroom with 20 engaging projects that connect to social studies projects. Each project reflects the culture or geography of a different country. Includes step-by-step instructions and 8 full-color pages showing sample projects. By Linda Evans, Karen Backus and Mary Thompson. E-Books have 64 pages, for grades 4-6.
Lively DVD introduces budding artists to basic drawing materials and techniques. Encourages exploration of materials and imaginative thinking. Topics include pencils, charcoal, chalk, pastels, crayons, markers, papers and more. Designed for grades K-4. 24 minutes.Quantities limited.
With Learn to Draw Angry Birds Drawing Book & Kit, young fans can learn to draw all of their favorite Angry Birds characters, including Red, Terence, Bomb, The Blues, and even the Minion Pigs. Complete kit comes with everything the aspiring artist needs to get started, including a drawing pencil, sharpener, eraser, drawing paper, and fine-line markers to color their art. Each lesson in the accompanying 32-page drawing instruction book begins with a basic shape, such as a circle or an oval, with each step building upon the previous and progressing to a finished, colored artwork. New steps are shown in blue so young artists know exactly what to draw next. With simple instruction and useful tools, this kit will provide countless hours of artistic fun. Ages 6 and up.Quantities limited.
Discover why the Aboriginal people of Australia view their world from a unique perspective called the "Dreaming." Students will learn about how the land and animals of the Outback are part of the Dreaming. Includes a DVD (with three programs) teacher's guide, four 8x10" art prints and reproducible student handouts. By Julee Nordin and Pat Johnson. Grades 4-12.Quantities limited.closeout
In Watercolor Basics, Tina Cintron will demonstrate why watercolor is different from other paint mediums. Experimental Watercolor demonstrates unique techniques that will add depth and vibrancy to all of your watercolor projects.
Invite your students to learn about America's heritage through the remarkable landscapes of the Hudson River painters and early American writers. This interdisciplinary resource presents majestic American landscape art against a backdrop of science, philosophy, literature and ecology. Includes a 15-minute DVD, teacher's guide, 10 art prints and reproducible student handouts. By CRiZMAC and Albany Institute of History and Art. Grades 4-12.Quantities limited.closeout
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