Do you need to relax more? Try this FREE DIY Art Journal! It is perfect for moms or children who want to relax. Click here to more art resources for homeschooling!
FREE Art Challenges for Teens (3 Total!)
When artistic teens get bored with step-by-step, follow-along art it’s time to make their own personal artworks. An art challenge is just what they need to get going! To help busy moms inspire their artists, Crystal has put together 3 printable art challenge PDF’s. She included her own sample art to demonstrate what a teen might create, […]
FREE Learn to Draw Portraits
Crystal at inspiremyartist.com is teaching our teens to draw realistic portraits! “Your teen can draw realistic portraits!” She’s put together a printable guide to guide teens to draw own portraits! When a teen starts drawing portraits they can be discouraged if they are not realistic or they didn’t capture the likeness. Crystal at inspiremyartist.com understands the […]
FREE Kids Drawing Book
This FREE Drawing book will teach your child how to draw, step by step, with the easiest approach possible…by using alphabet letters, numbers, words, and other simple shapes. In this book, Rachel will show kids how to turn numbers, alphabet letters, and words into cute cartoon characters. This is number, letter, and word fun […]
20 FREE Spring Art Projects for Kids
If you are looking for some hands on ways to celebrate spring’s arrival, look no further! This list of 20 FREE spring art projects is just what you are looking for! Click here to more art resources for homeschooling!
FREE Vincent Van Gogh Online Unit Study
Loving Learning Freely has created a new Vincent Van Gogh Online Unit Study…just in time for his birthday on March 30. Cover history, science, art, tech ed and more with the FREE Vincent Van Gogh Online Unit Study. With this eLearning course, your homeschoolers will study Van Gogh’s life and artwork. They’ll create a […]
FREE Getting Started with Art eBook
Getting a child started with “real” paints can seem overwhelming. Worries about wasting time and money on something uncertain arise. Parents feel unqualified to teach art because they are not an artist, or have never even picked up a paintbrush. Fortunately getting started with acrylic paints can be much simpler and less expensive than generally imagined! […]
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