At Team Sparkle, we’re always looking for ways to make your life as an art teacher easier so you can focus your energy and time on your students – instead of being stuck behind a computer planning.
With that spirit in mind, we are thrilled to introduce you to the new Art Through the Ages (ATTA) Curriculum that is available to members of the Sparklers Club!
We’ve been working for months behind the scenes; bouncing ideas off each other, creating sample lessons and testing them in real classrooms, filming and editing videos for what felt like forever – just for you!
The ATTA Curriculum is designed to expose students to the breadth of art history, condensed into 10 bundles ranging from Prehistoric to Contemporary Art that can easily be covered in the span of a school year. All of the lessons from kindergarten through seventh grade have been aligned to the National Core Arts Standards and have Common Core connections already built in.
Can you imagine the time you could devote to connecting with an inspiring your students if you don’t have to plan and gather resources for an entire year? Our goal is to give you that freedom, while still delivering high quality, engaging instruction.
Though the curriculum is rooted in art history, we have worked hard to ensure that the lessons are balanced to still give your students a deep understanding of the elements and principles of art and an opportunity to work with a variety of art mediums.
But the ATTA Curriculum isn’t just lesson plans. We’re curated resources like visual slide decks, engaging worksheets, helpful planning documents and EVERY single lesson features an accompanying instructional video that can be played in your classroom so that you can spend your time in more impactful ways.
You can sign up for the Sparklers Club and gain access to the ATTA Curriculum. We truly can’t wait for you to become a member and get your hands on this incredible curriculum! Click below to join the Waitlist and learn more about the Sparklers Club:
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