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Homeschool Days Activity Sheets: 2022-2023

Below are the Activity Sheets for M&G’s The Renaissance Revealed series for Homeschool Days 2022-2023 academic year.

 

September: Giotto: Gifted Artist

Click HERE to access the elementary pdf.  Click HERE to access the Middle School pdf

October: Brunelleschi: Engineer of the Impossible

Click HERE to access the elementary pdf.  Click HERE to access the Middle School pdf

Digital Homeschool Days

M&G Digital Homeschool Days: The Age of Antiquity

For Students ages 5-14

Join us for an exploration of ancient tombs, palaces, caves, and libraries in search of some of the secrets of the ancient world of art. Through engaging digital lessons and at-home art projects and activities, you’ll discover what contributions were made to art and culture by seven influential civilizations of the distant past.

Register HERE for the following digital lessons and resources:

  • Sumer: Ingenious Innovators (FREE Lesson & Resources to sample)
  • Assyria: The First Empire
  • Babylon: The Jewel of Mesopotamia
  • Egypt: From Tombs to Treasures
  • Hebrew: A Chosen People
  • Greece: Paving the Way for the World of Art
  • Rome: Expansion & Influence

Homeschool Days: 2022-2023

The Renaissance Revealed

Old traditions were replaced with new ideas during the diverse span of the Renaissance (1400-1600). Join us monthly in recognizing notable lives that shaped the modern world. Through an interactive, 75-minute lesson and related art activity, students 5-14 will discover the lasting impact these individuals left on history, science, thought, and, of course, art!

Each lesson is open to both elementary and middle school students. Parent attendance is optional. Review our FAQs, which cover arrival and even co-op questions.

Location: Mack Building (on the campus of Bob Jones University)

Time: one Thursday and Friday, monthly at 10AM and 2PM

Fees per Lesson: Children–$8; adults–$3

Further Resources: Electronic Activity Sheets

Registration for Fall (first semester) lessons are full. Please plan to join us for Spring sessions by registering here.

 

First Semester Topics:

September 1, 2–Giotto: Gifted Artist

October 13, 14–Brunelleschi: Engineer of the Impossible

December 8, 9–The Medici: Patrons of the Renaissance

Note: this session is postponed from the original dates of November 10, 11

 

Second Semester Topics:

February 9, 10–Martin Luther: Fervent Reformer

March 9, 10–Michelangelo: Illustrious Master

April 20, 21–Shakespeare: Playful Playwright