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I'm so excited to welcome you to your membership!

You've joined at a really fun time of year. Here are all of your bonuses! Enjoy!

Also, be sure to check out the Extras section in the member's area for help with your planning as you get started. You can find a supply list, a monthly calendar, and a guide for planning an art museum trip with your kids!


More to explore

Use our timeline page to see everything we've studied in the membership (in chronological order). Then, choose two extra lessons to unlock! (You'll also receive a code each month of your membership to unlock an additional archived lesson... so if you find more than two that interest you, just wait for next month's code to be released.)

How to unlock an archived lesson:

  1. Go to the Archived Lessons page and add one lesson to your cart.
  2. At checkout use the code Z8NJNBY to download your complimentary bundle. 
  3. Repeat the process again with a second bundle, and use code VQ26R6T
  4. These codes won't expire, so you can use them anytime! Enjoy your extra lessons.

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The Ultimate Art History Booklist

There are so many amazing books for kids about the amazing lives of artists. This list is organized by artist, and there are 32 of them listed here! Use it to help you to find some fun new things to read on your next trip to the library or bookstore. 

Artist Quote Prints

These printable quotes will add a little boost of inspiration to your creative space! 


Making Art Meaningful: A Course for Parents

Exploring art with your kids is a remarkable gift that goes both ways. You're giving them the gift of spending time together, and filling their mind and soul with beautiful art. And as an extra sweet bonus, you receive the gift of seeing their eyes light up when they fall in love with a particular artist, their focused interest as they sketch a favorite painting in their art journal, and being there to witness that a-ha moment that comes from nowhere as they make a connection between something they've learned before, and the art they are seeing now.

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