Art History Disguised As Fun with ArtK12

Art History Disguised as Fun with ArtK12

  Finding an art history program suitable for elementary age children can be difficult. Often, when it comes to art history, the curriculum is stuffy, wordy, and altogether boring for little ones. Now, I’m not talking about art appreciation, that is something entirely different and is easily done at any age. I am strictly referring to art history, more specifically, American Art History. For review, we received the American Art History: Semester 1 Book Bundle,

Keeping The Arts Alive In Your Homeschool (Review)

This past year we’ve really put an emphasis on art in our homeschool. Where we used to only “do art” once every couple of weeks in years past, this school year we have built it into our daily routine. Each day at 3 o’clock, the kids and I gather to create something. We’ve done all kinds of things during our designated art time. We make and build with play dough, paint, color, draw, use shading

Creating a Masterpiece Review

Creating A Masterpiece Review

Now and then something new makes its way into our homeschool routine. Sometimes it is loved by few, others it is loved by many, and very rarely, it is loved by all. Creating a Masterpiece is once such rare gem that has been loved by all. For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to incorporate more art into our homeschool. In fact, two of our Rule of Six are create and encounter beauty. You’ll find art

Art Lessons for Kids with ArtAchieve (Review)

ArtAchieve Review

Do you teach art in your homeschool? It’s something I’ve always struggled with. Not because it’s hard, it’s just something I tend to put off “for another day”. Don’t get me wrong- we color, make play dough, and paint occasionally, but I don’t teach art. So, I was super excited to get to give ArtAchieve a try. We received the Entire Level II ($53.00 value) from ArtAchieve for review. Art Lessons for Kids with ArtAchieve ArtAchieve is a fun