Water lilies, cathedrals, bridges, and haystacks; this is the stuff of Claude Monet. It’s pretty, pretty stuff that translates perfectly to working with kids! Snag a book or two from the book list below, run a copy of the printable, and you’re set for a zero prep art history lesson all about Claude Monet for kids!
The thing I love most about this “talking and writing about art” series is that it makes art history super available. Want to introduce an artist to your class or to your own kiddos at home? Everything you need is right here to get started. Dive right into this Mary Cassatt for kids lesson now!
Wanna talk art history with your kids? Then ballerinas and race horses are a good place to start, right? Edgar Degas has lots to offer in terms of work that is kid friendly and sure to spur a conversation. USe these Edgar Degas for kids printable resources and book suggestions for a a zero prep art history class!
What kid isn’t fascinated by the jungle? And is there a subject matter that translates to inspiring kid’s own artwork more easily? Henri Rousseau is a natural when it comes to getting kids talking about art! Teaching about Henri Rousseau for kids is easy with these free printable resources and books!
Do you wanna grab your kid’s attention when introducing the idea of talking and writing about a famous artist? Then Vincent Van Gogh for kids is a perfect place to start!