The Creative Homeschool Challenge | creating a meaningful art plan for your homeschool

January is a time for big ideas and new beginnings, and it's the perfect time to make a fresh start!

You probably already know the amazing benefits of incorporating art appreciation and creative projects into your homeschool. You may have started the school year with plans for an amazing series of art lessons... studying famous artists and paintings... encouraging your kids to explore their own creativity as they draw, paint, and sculpt masterpieces of their own.

You may have even used a program with your kids, but found it just wasn't the right fit. Or maybe you had ambitious plans to curate your own phenomenal art curriculum, perfectly tailored to your kid's interests– but quickly discovered how overwhelming and time consuming that path can be.

Whatever the reason, although you started the school year with great artistic intentions, they just haven't been working out. Somewhere along the way those fantastic plans got lost in the shuffle, and your homeschool art activities went from inspired masterpieces to paint by numbers style craft projects... not quite living up to your grand expectations.

That's okay!

All hope is not lost.

January is the perfect time to re-commit yourself to inviting creativity into your homeschool through open ended and process based art activities that will enhance your children's creativity, critical thinking skills, and confidence.

Join me as we revamp your homeschool art plan with a step-by-step easy to implement 7-day challenge that will breath creative life into your homeschool with quick changes that make a big impact. No stress. No guilt. Just lots of fun and creativity!

This weeklong challenge will transform your homeschool art from coloring book central to thoughtful and meaningful projects that will encoourage your kids to think as they create.

Each day you'll receive an action item you can implement immediately– usually in 15 minutes or less. I'll show you how to make art fun and meaningful for your kids, and do it in a way that doesn't add a lot more work for you.

I can't wait to get started and to hear from you along the way as you transform your homeschool into a creative oasis! Make sure to join the Art History Kids Facebook group, too! It's the perfect place for us to meet up and chat each day!