The Renaissance Activity Bundle includes three resources designed to engage your students in learning about the Renaissance. The Renaissance Puzzles & Activities unit includes sixteen fun puzzles such as number puzzles, word searches, word puzzles, matching, crossword, timelines, and more. With the People of the Renaissance Notebooking Journal, students have the opportunity to investigate 50 famous people from this exciting time, and record key information about each one. And you can combine art and history with Draw & Explore History: People of the Renaissance. See a preview of each title at the links below.
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Renaissance Puzzles & Activities: Explore the Renaissance with these sixteen fun puzzles including number puzzles, word searches, word puzzles, matching, crossword, timelines, and more. A bonus notebooking page and writing prompt about Leonardo da Vinci is also included. Learn about mathematicians, painters, sculptors, architecture, music, authors, explorers, cities, and much more with this 42-page unit.
People of the Renaissance Notebooking Journal: With the People of the Renaissance Notebooking Journal, students have the opportunity to investigate 50 famous people from this exciting time. Space is given for students to record the date and place of birth, date and place of death, what area or field they worked in, interesting facts about the individual, and their significant contributions to history. People include artists, kings, princes, reformers, authors, explorers, and more. 53 pages total.
Draw and Explore History: People of the Renaissance: The Draw and Explore History series is a great way to combine art and history. A short description of ten different men and women from the Renaissance is given. Each is followed by a picture of the person on a grid. Next, students can do one or all of the assignments that follow. They can draw half of the image in a grid that shows the left half of the picture, half of the image in a grid that shows the right half of the picture, or the entire image on an empty grid. This makes the unit completely flexible for both left-handed and right-handed students. Ten review questions and an answer key are also included. People included are Nicolaus Copernicus, Vasco da Gama, Leonardo da Vinci, Albrecht Durer, Galileo Galilei, Henry VIII, Johannes Kepler, Michelangelo, William Tyndale, and William Wallace. 31 pages total.
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