Adventures in Art
LEVEL: Key Stage 2. Provides the most comprehensive taxonomy of skills, topics, and media available. In addition to exploring drawing, painting, sculpture, and architecture at each grade level, 'Adventures in Art' also supports the study of printmaking, crafts, graphic design, fibre arts, and photography. 'Adventures in Art' provides an age-appropriate art curriculum. Throughout this program, skills and content are carefully organised to build on prior knowledge creating a recipe for success. 'Adventures in Art' provides a teacher-appropriate art curriculum. Designed with an eye towards practicality and ease-of-use, the 36 Core Lessons at each level deliver a balanced sequence of study in an easy-to-follow format. 'Adventures in Art' in the only elementary art program that has built-in luxury of choice. In addition to the 36 Core Lessons, Adventures in Art also provides 24 OPTIONAL lessons. To easily supplement lesson plans, 'Related Lessons' are clearly highlighted in each lesson Overview. The Student Edition provides: Seamless integration of art appreciation, criticism, history and production; 900+ dynamic images encourage in-depth analysis and discussion; Spiralling content strands build on prior knowledge; Balanced presentation of artists, art forms, styles, and cultures; Samples of student artwork.
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