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Professor Noggin's History of Art

Professor Noggin's History of Art

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It's the 2020 edition of Professor Noggin's with all new photos! From Leonardo da Vinci to Andy Warhol, the History of Art kids card game explores different topics from people to eras. Though all Professor Noggin's kids card games are written for ages 7 & up, this is definitely a card game that older children and adults will enjoy playing.  Learn about art to save art!
The Professor Noggin series of educational card games encourages kids to learn interesting facts about their favorite subjects - like Insects and Spiders! Each of the thirty game cards combines trivia, true or false, and multiple choice questions. A special three-numbered die is included which adds an element of unpredictability. Easy and hard levels keep kids interested and challenged - while of course having fun!

Ages 7 to Adult
2-8 Players (Can be played in teams)
2 Minutes to Learn
15 Minutes to Play

Multiple Award Winner: FamilyFun Magazine, Toy of the Year (T.O.Y.) National Association of Parenting Publications, NAPPA Gold, NAPPA Honor Award Learning Magazine, Teachers’ Choice Award National Association for Gifted Children, Parenting for High Potential Award Dr. Toy, Best Vacation Children’s Product Scholastic Instructor Magazine, Best of 2005, Best of 2004 Early Childhood News, Directors’ Choice Parents’ Choice Foundation, Parents’ Choice Approved Award Parent’s Guide to Children’s Media Award Discovery Education Award of Excellence Toy Tips, 5/5 rating Canadian Toy Testing Council, 3-Star Rating Creative Child Magazine, Top Creative Toy Seal of Excellence Award
Topics Covered:
American Art
Ancient Egyptian Art
Ancient Greek and Roman Art
Andy Warhol
Art Museums of the United States
Byzantine Art
Canadian Art
Impressionists and Post-Impressionists (A)
Impressionists and Post-Impressionists (B)
Italian Renaissance
Leonardo da Vinci
Mary Cassatt
Modern Art
Musée du Louvre
Name This Masterpiece
Name this Masterpiece 
Name this Masterpiece
Name this Masterpiece
Name this Masterpiece
Painting Techniques & Materials
The Renaissance
Who Am I?
World Architecture

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