World's Greatest Artists Vol. 2 - Classroom CD License
Classroom Use CD. This license is to be used if you are sharing the curriculum in a class or co-op. This version
allows for printing of materials for multiple students as well as teachers in a classroom or co-op setting. If you
have multiple children that are your own, i.e. not daycare or co-op, you do not need to purchase the classroom
Note: The content for both the download and CD are identical, it's just a different delivery
method. Some people prefer to have the instant downloads, others like the CD for backup. Some do both!
Age Group: These unit studies are intended for elementary students ages Kindergarten - 5th or 6th grades.
World’s Greatest Artists Vol. 2!
Come along on our quest to learn about some of the world’s greatest artists! In this series of artist studies, we
will be learning about 7 of the world’s greatest artists. We will immerse ourselves in the work of each artist so
we become well familiar with their style, methods, and images. The Unit study includes 8 open and go lessons for
Much of our time studying will be through open discussion and hands on experimentation. Upon completion of this
curriculum you will be able to easily recognize the artwork from each artist studied, learn to look at art
critically, as well as have gained an appreciation for art in general. You will also have explored some new
techniques, and created several of your own unique masterpieces!
So grab some paint brushes, paints, and get ready to explore, create, and learn!
Who is this for?
I designed the artist units for elementary aged students, typically K-5, but I’ve had several people say that
they’ve been used for older students with great success as well.
I suggest scheduling approximately 4 weeks per artist. Each artist study has 8 lessons, so that averages to 2
lessons per week over the course of 26 weeks. However, the lessons can be easily adapted to fit your schedule as
What artists are included in Vol. 2?
- Norman Rockwell
- Paul Cezanne
- Andy Warhol
- Pierre Auguste Renoir
- Paul Gauguin
- Edgar Degas
- Paint, water color and tempera
- Paint Brushes
- Drop Cloth, or something to protect your work area
- Clay or Play-doh
Resources Suggested: Getting to know the World’s Greatest Artist Series by Mike Venezia:
For several lessons there are hands on activities to help students recognize and appreciate the artwork they are
studying. Here is an example of a puzzle Turbo worked on for Georgia O’Keeffe from World’s Greatest Artist Vol. 1.
Here is a close-up of the Artist Flashcards, again one of our artists from Vol. 1.
As you progress through the curriculum students will create a fun lapbook with puzzles, artists flashcards,
reports, and mini-books to help remind them of the artist’s work, how they felt about it, and what they remember
most! Here is what the inside of your lapbook will look like once you start filling it up (Pics are from Vol. 1)!
I hope you enjoy learning all about art!
This is a CD product, you should receive your CD within 7-10 business days of purchase. This product has 73 pages.