Leonardo da Vinci - The Art of Science
Leonardo da Vinci managed to collect his observations and ideas in his now-famous “Notebooks,” with more than 100,000 drawings and 6,000 pages of annotations. Without a doubt, observation skills were the center of his scientific and artistic exploration throughout his life, in which drawing became his preferred tool to study and capture the full range of natural phenomena.
This book helps us show young readers how they can find inspiration in Leonardo’s legacy to create and maintain their own interactive notebooks.
Sparking curiosity, developing observational skills, and keeping notebooks (for science or any other subject) just like the Renaissance genius is an excellent option to help students make connections that allow them to broaden their understanding of the world around them.
Although the text has been written for students at 5th or 6th-grade levels, this resource’s main objective is to provide educators and parents with a tool to awaken their children’s curiosity and desire for scientific and artistic exploration.
Written by Luis J. Hernández with illustrations by John Cortés.
English version available on September 30th
Complete the registration form, and you will receive 12 pages of printable activities to help you spark your children’s curiosity for scientific and artistic exploration. You will also receive additional ideas on using Leonardo da Vici’s legacy to develop your children’s creative thinking.
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For more information about Leonardo da Vinci, you can visit the following recommended sites on the web:
- Leonardo Interactivo in the National Library of Spain
- Leonardo da Vinci Museum (Museo Leonardiano) in Vinci, Italy
- Leonardo’s Notebooks at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, UK
- Leonardo da Vinci at the Boston Science Museum – Boston, United States of America