Art

Whether we're naturally artistic or not, developing creative skills and artistic appreciation is something all of us can do!

Easy Animal Paper Crafts

Easy Animal Paper Crafts

The 106-page, spiral-bound Easy Animal Paper Crafts book is just that: a book full of simple crafts children will enjoy. Dozens of animals are featured, in alphabetical order, with a nice variety of craft types. From color-by-number to…Read

Kwik Stix

Kwik Stix

Kwik Stix are an interesting new addition to art supplies. They’re as easy to use as crayons or markers, but instead use solid Tempera paint for a fun drawing process and a unique paint-like finish. Kwik Stix do not require water and are…Read

Creating a Masterpiece (DVDs)

It’s not easy to find a good art course. Many teach “building blocks” for certain shapes or objects rather than helping the student draw what the eyes see. Some get into too much minutiae, while others are too broad or lack focus. But…Read

The Crossmaker Easter Story and Art Lessons (DVD)

The Crossmaker is the story of a young man with a very unique perspective on the Easter story.  This DVD combines an engaging story and art lessons containing both animated and live action participants. The format is rather different…Read

Art Class, Volume 1: The Basics (DVD)

Art Class, Volume 1 is a DVD containing a series of art lessons geared toward teaching art from the very beginning. The lessons start with the most basic skill of holding a pencil properly, and each lesson builds on the one before.…Read

I Can Do All Things

I Can Do All Things is an art curriculum introducing the fundamentals of drawing and painting to children ages six and up (since young girls tend to have better developed fine motor skills, 5-year-old girls may have wonderful success…Read

Complete-A-Sketch Series and Practical Drafting

If you want to develop your child's attention to detail, hone their analytical and fine-motor skills, broaden their interest in art, and add a unique elective to your homeschool education, then Melvin G. Peterman's Complete-A-Sketch…Read