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CC Classical Acts & Facts® Artists and Composers Set 2
This item has not yet arrived in our warehouse, but we are expecting it in the next couple of weeks!! We are offering a pre-sale of the Artists and Composer Cards, SET 2, so you can take advantage of adding this to your cart today and save shipping costs, but this item will be delivered SEPARATELY FROM THE OTHER ITEMS ON YOUR ORDER.
Share the joy of art and music across history!
This 15-card set is second in a three-set artists and composers series that supplements the Classical Acts & Facts® History Cards by adding fine arts to our timeline of world history.
Set 2 contains artists and composers studied in Cycle 2 of Foundations:
(Linnaeus already appears in the Classical Acts & Facts: Famous Scientists set).
- • Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
- • Johannes Vermeer
- • Thomas Gainsborough
- • Franz Joseph Haydn
- • Charles Willson Peale
- • Ludwig van Beethoven
- • John James Audubon
- • Thomas Cole
- • Jean-François Millet
- • Johannes Brahms
- • Edgar Degas
- • Winslow Homer
- • Claude Monet
- • Antonín Dvořák
- • Berthe Morisot
While you practice drawing different styles of art in Foundations, read these cards aloud to learn more about the artists and periods represented. Gain a chronological sense of art and music history. With younger students, practice putting these cards in order. With older students, use the cards to talk about how one style of art led to another. Perfect as a precursor to the Western Cultural History studied in Challenge II!