The homeschool parent has to be a jack-of-all-trades. You know this. Your children need to learn English, literature, math, science, history, art and more. There will be tests to take, colleges to apply for. The pressure any homeschool parent can feel is the responsibility to make sure their children get a first-rate education, even though the parent may only excel in one or two of the subjects they teach.
The Reinforcements Arrive
Enter curriculum. Without curriculum, without good curriculum, it would be very difficult for the homeschool parent to compete with good schools, where teachers focus on one subject and know it well and can impart their knowledge to students. But curriculum (not just textbooks, but also books in general) allow the homeschooling parent to give their children a great education. The challenge is to find that great curriculum, to find those great books that will both engage your children and impart wisdom and knowledge.
ARTK12 curriculum strives to achieve this in the field of Art History. Homeschooling takes time, to do an excellent job, it takes a lot of time. ARTK12 homeschool art curriculum will give you back some of that time. The preparation has been done for you: you read to your students (or have them read), play forgery games, guide them in the drawing projects and play the bingo game.
Relax and Enjoy the Ride
The curriculum is set up so that with little or no preparation you can teach your children or a homeschool group art history in a sixteen week semester. The curriculum covers two art pieces per week and takes roughly 2 hours per week and consists of the student book, the drawing guide and the bingo game.
Have Some Fun
Your students receive substantial information in a fun and entertaining way: fake interviews, advertisements, cartoons, forgeries, drawing exercises and a bingo game are all tailored to help your students think about art and remember what they’ve learned.
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