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World Mosaic elementary visual art curriculum

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Less time planning lessons

More time exploring a world of art

Create meaningful, SEL-infused learning experiences with a year's worth of flexible curriculum for your elementary art room. Explore World Mosaic — available exclusively from Nasco Education.

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Learn why this educator created World Mosaic

Learn what inspired the development of the curriculum, what sets it apart from other packages, and advice for teachers struggling to find balance between virtual and in-class learning.

What do educators love about World Mosaic?

  • Cross-curricular and SEL content helps them connect to the whole child

  • Each grade level (K–5) contains units for Asia, Africa, Middle East, Europe, North America, South America, and Oceania. That’s 42 lessons!

  • They can easily adapt lessons to fit into existing units

  • Every unit aligns to National Art Standards

Each unit consists of a three-part lesson sequence:

  • Engage: Students learn about the anchor artwork

  • Create: Students make their own artwork

  • Reflect: Students deepen their understanding of the art and themselves

  • Also includes lesson plan, PowerPoint® presentation, anchor artwork, class discussion guide, multiple learning activities, artwork-inspired project, and reflection activity

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Get pre-assembled supply packs for each unit

For each grade level, there is a corresponding Project Pack that includes the supplies and equipment needed to complete the lessons.
Easy to implement for teachers. No guessing at what’s needed. No building order lists. The work is done for you!

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Explore the high school curriculum

The Perspectives course focuses on how art connects us to ourselves and humanity at large through authentic and engaging experiences with artwork, thought-provoking activities and discussions, and idea-centered projects using a variety of media.

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