Gift The Art Set You NEED In Your Homeschool Library
I’ll be honest here, I’ve been searching for a good art curriculum for years and feeling like I’ve let my kids down. My girls are so artistic that I never knew what to do – I just encourage them as much as I can to continue drawing.
I’ve never found a great curriculum that could teach them all the basics. You know, the foundations of art instruction that are pretty important.
Adding the Natasha’s Sketchbook Series to my homeschool library means my mom guilt is finally relieved. I strongly believe that every homeschool family should have this series in their library.
The Natasha’s Art series is exactly what you need for you to teach art basics to your kids (or let them learn on their own with the easy and short lessons.) This set is designed for ages 15 and up, but most of the lessons can be used by younger kids – or adapted.
With the new spiral bindings, these books feel great in your hands and lay flat for you to reference while you work.
I’m planning on incorporating these lessons into our morning meetings next year- starting with the LINE book. (Or now, who can wait?!?) I’m excited to follow along and do the lessons with my kids!
Buy these for your kids, then borrow them later. If you’ve ever wanted to study art – or just start drawing – you’re going to have a hard time not sneaking these from your kids when they’re not looking. But with the whole set, you can all work through different books. Or, combine your art practice and start a new family tradition of drawing together.