Art and Drawing Curriculum

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Every homeschool should incorporate an art and drawing curriculum for the enjoyment of the students or just to begin to developing an appreciation of art.

Our family loves art and drawing. If yours is like ours, you may enjoy some of these resource. Some of these resources could be use as a full homeschool drawing curriculum; others would work well as supplements. Most of the resources are specifically for drawing, but the last two links incorporate other media as well.

Do you have any other art or drawing curriculum resources you could add to the list?

 

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  1. says

    Thank you for sharing the resources. I love the online homeschooling community! How did people homeschool before the Internet?

    Lately, my only art resource has been two very talented young ladies that have agreed to teach lessons to a group of kids at my house. What a blessing! Art is one of those subjects I have no natural ability to teach. I'm always looking for some resources that can help my kids overcome my general lack of talent!

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  2. Lynn says

    Have you ever looked into Artistic Pursuits? I found their books a few years back through The Old Schoolhouse. I have used their books for all 3 of my children. I like how they explain the different techniques, show examples and then have the student recreate. My younger 2 recently created their own bas reliefs from clay. They are not fancy (plastic binding), run about $40 or so. I am going to check into the resources you listed as well. Love your site, btw!

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    Joy Reply:

    @Lynn, Yes, we actually used Artistic Pursuits for a while. My youngest liked it, but my older too didn't like how the lessons were presented. We've since been using a variety of the resources I listed in the post.

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  3. Maryna says

    You can add another one to your list for the art http://www.paintbasket.com. You can sign up as a member, they have a number of free lessons in oils/acrylics and watercolours. These lessons can really excel you into becoming a master artists.

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