Now You’re Ready To Dive Into Some Art Projects.
But Do You Need A Homeschool Art Curriculum?
You don’t need an art curriculum for younger kids, but it might help.
There are art project ideas galore all around us. Yes, you can go down the Pinterest rabbit hole and start pinning all your favorite ideas to try some day. This is a great idea if you’re excited about art with your little ones and want to pick and choose your favorite art projects to try with them.
Just make sure you get organized with your art supplies and have them on hand so when you’re ready to begin a craft there’s nothing stopping you.
An approach I’ve used year after year has been to organize my art projects in a spreadsheet over the summer. Then I write a list of supplies and head to my dollar store. I store all the supplies in my art cabinet and then I know that we can do all the crafts on my list without missing anything.
My Favorite Grab & Go Art Curriculum For Little Kids
I really love the Abeka art books, especially for toddlers. They’re so easy to prep – just buy the items on the small supply list in the book. Then when it’s time for art simply pull out a page and your kiddo is ready to do their art! If you can’t find them via the links below on Amazon, you can purchase these directly from Abeka via this link. Note that these do have Christian material.