2017 in review... a year of fun art history for kids!

Woah, it's the last post of 2017!

Let's celebrate by taking a look back at the best posts from the past 12 months.

If you've been here all year, you've probably done some fantastic art history projects with your kids this year. And, if you've just discovered Art History Kids recently, this post will point you to some of the best ideas of the year!

A look back at 12 fun art history projects for kids!

 

In January...

We started the year by reading some amazing kids book about famous artists.

In February...

We discovered the Impressionist art of Berthe Morisot.

In March...

We made paper art like Eric Carle.

In April...

We went Abstract Expressionist with Mark Rothko.

In May...

We got ready for a summer of fun art by opening enrollment to The Studio.

In June...

We painted flowers like Georgia O'Keeffe.

In July...

We took a minute to get our art organized.

In August...

We got ready for back to school with some new art supplies.

In September...

We did an observational drawing project.

In October...

We read a great book about color theory and Josef Albers.

In November...

We discovered some great gift ideas for our creative kids.

In December...

We tried out a new medium– watercolor pencils!

 

 

I hope you'll find LOTS of fun ideas in this year-in-review post. Make sure to join us in our private Facebook group where we chat about all kinds of fun art ideas. Thanks for celebrating with me today!