My 6th grade curriculum follows art history, and I tie into our students' social studies curriculum as well. We begin the year with...the beginning: when pictures were first made in Prehistoric times. I start the first day of art with the first 15 minutes of this series called "How Art Made the World," which goes over how important images are to our society and the earliest cave paintings discovered. Here's is a video of what I show to the classes: Here's the materials for the project…
This is a 35cm*46cm Stone Age pastel painting of a Woolly Mammoth looking for the kid being besieged by villagers. Cave art style. Earth tones are used to get that feel of Stone Age painting. It’s very touchy and all the earth tones created the atmosphere of that prehistoric period.
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The end of the Ice Age and Paleolithic Age brought along with it the rise of a new age called the Mesolithic era. In this era, man was compelled to adapt to his new surroundings by changing his lifestyle and the tools and weapons he used. This Historyplex post has some more information about the Mesolithic era.