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eBook Leonardo Da Vinci And The Renaissance (Treasure Chests(tm)) ePub

eBook Leonardo Da Vinci And The Renaissance (Treasure Chests(tm)) ePub

by Andrew Langley

  • ISBN: 0762407468
  • Category: Arts Music and Photography
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Andrew Langley
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Running Press; Book and Access edition (October 16, 2001)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1750 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1281 kb
  • Other: lit mobi rtf txt
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 590

Description

This exceptional kit focuses on Leonardo da Vinci's early childhood and his development as a painter. This kit has a number of interesting activities to supplement texts about the Renaissance, in general, and da Vinci, in particular.

This exceptional kit focuses on Leonardo da Vinci's early childhood and his development as a painter. Activities and supplies include: a nifty metallic treasure chest with a secret drawer; a model flying machine with pilot - this was moderately difficult to build and worked only slightly, but it has a stand and is impressive looking; a model of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore with its famous Brunelleschi dome - this is difficult to build with glue as instructed (but.

This exceptional kit focuses on Leonardo da Vinci's early childhood and his development as a painter, scientist .

This exceptional kit focuses on Leonardo da Vinci's early childhood and his development as a painter, scientist, and inventor. It brings the Renaissance to life and introduces children to one of the most creat. It brings the Renaissance to life and introduces children to one of the most creative minds in history.

This exceptional kit focuses on Leonardo da Vinci's early childhood and his development as a painter, scientist, and inventor

This exceptional kit focuses on Leonardo da Vinci's early childhood and his development as a painter, scientist, and inventor. Art, mathematics, history, reading - this fun, interactive kit has it all. Kids can build models, learn about perspective, and use it to draw pictures and play games to reinforce what they've learned.

Leonardo Da Vinci and the Renaissance Treasure Chest (Treasure Chests(. Leonardo Da Vinci and the Renaissance Treasure Chest (Treasure Chests(.

Due to the type of paint Leonardo used and the humidity in the chapel, the painting is extremely fragile and began .

Due to the type of paint Leonardo used and the humidity in the chapel, the painting is extremely fragile and began to deteriorate almost immediately. In 1999, a restoration was completed, but very little of the original paint remains, and the expressions of the Apostles are difficult to make out. In 1499, the duke was forced out of Milan, and King Louis XII of France took over all of his land. I’ve been lucky enough to go there dozens of times and always find something new to see.

The Da Vinci Treasure is a 2006 direct-to-video mystery film produced by American studio The Asylum, and directed by Peter Mervis. The film is considered to be a mockbuster of the film The Da Vinci Code, and both films were released within the same month. The film centres on Michael Archer (C. Thomas Howell), a forensic anthropologist who inadvertently discovers a set of subtle clues within the works of Leonardo da Vinci, that, when interpreted correctly, will lead the finder to "enlightenment".

All Books eBooks Audio Books DVDs. Leonardo Da Vinci and the Renaissance Treasure Chest. Part of the series Eyewitness Books. Others in this series.

The history, art, and architecture of the Renaissance -- and the genius of one of the period's most central figures -- have never been more accessible or engrossing! This exceptional kit focuses on Leonardo da Vinci's early childhood and his development as a painter, scientist, and inventor. It brings the Renaissance to life and introduces children to one of the most creative minds in history. Art, mathematics, history, reading -- this fun, interactive kit has it all. Kids can build models, learn about perspective, and use it to draw pictures and play games to reinforce what they've learned. Components include a detailed paper model of a Renaissance building to assemble, a punching tool to help trace one of Leonardo's famous cartoons, perpectography, printed acetate grid screen, facsimile notebook with sketches, and much, mouch more!

Comments

Garne Garne
This kit has a number of interesting activities to supplement texts about the Renaissance, in general, and da Vinci, in particular. Activities and supplies include: a nifty metallic treasure chest with a secret drawer; a model flying machine with pilot -- this was moderately difficult to build and worked only slightly, but it has a stand and is impressive looking; a model of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore with its famous Brunelleschi dome -- this is difficult to build with glue as instructed (but much easier and quicker with a stapler!) but it looks good when it's done; punched drawing to illustrate the punched cartoon technique used by artists of the time; a 12-page pretend notebook of Leonardo's with examples of his sketches; a timeline of the events in the Maestro's life as well as concurrent events in Renaissance Europe; a sliding image to contrast the look of The Last Supper, before and after restoration; a built-in Alberti grid, squares imprinted on a transparent sheet to help an artist maintain perspective; a nice little book with sections on Leonardo's life, exploration, painting, sculpture and Gutenberg.

We enjoyed this set of activities, finding them interesting if not inspired. The quality of the materials is good, but we all thought the instructions were abysmal.
riki riki
Description is a LIE!!!!! Descriptions says "Components include a detailed paper model of a Renaissance building to assemble, a punching tool to help trace one of Leonardo's famous cartoons, perpectography, printed acetate grid screen, facsimile notebook with sketches, and much, mouch more!" All that is in this is the paperback book, not the rest of the kit.
Road.to sliver Road.to sliver
The glider guy and the building were complicated enough that my lego savvy eleven year old couldn't manage them without adult help, but we did find the kit enjoyable overall.