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In the homeschool environment art is often taught in an unstructured way, teaching just technique, or just art history, or crafts. However, as in any discipline it is better to Continue Reading →
I recently had the pleasure of completing an interview with Paul Bass. It was a pleasure to share about my own experience as a Christian, teacher and homeschooling mom and Continue Reading →
Check these out. The first one has a deadline of May 1. http://www.nasa.gov/larc/2015-nasa-langley-art-contest http://www.spacefoundation.org/education/student-youth-group-and-community-programs/international-student-art-contest http://www.house.gov/content/educate/art_competition/ One of my students won this competition: http://www.wildlifeforever.org/contest Scholarship: Frame My Future Scholarship Company Providing Continue Reading →
I recently had an article published in The Old Schoolhouse. I think you will really enjoy it! Included in the article are reasons why art is an important part of Continue Reading →
This is a great lesson for exploring literature through art. Art can be such a wonderful way to make learning about core subjects fun and engaging, especially for reluctant learners. Continue Reading →
Here is an interesting idea for combining sculpture and art. Students sculpted dolphins and then chose interesting photography backdrops. The finished work of art is the photograph. I would love Continue Reading →