A Gallery of Watercolor

In effort to bring more art into our homeschool program – I have been searching for fun and EASY (key word) projects for the kids. For me, it’s important to find projects that are suitable for all ages.  I need one set up and one technique that will work for all (due to my laziness Read the full article…

Seder Placemats

This week, I decided that I the kids and I would learn the Jewish tradition of Passover.  First and foremost,  I want to thank Stephanie at InCultureParent for helping me and answering all of my questions! In our homeschool we have been studying the Exodus.  That is when the Jewish slaves – with help from Read the full article…

Ukrainian Eggs – A Journey to Moskva

This week, we learned about Ukrainian Eggs.  We thought this would be the perfect project since Easter is coming!  We painted eggs, and read about book about Babushka – A woman who paints beautiful and magical Ukrainian eggs. We learned so much!  It was a lot of fun! First, we made Ukrainian Eggs just like Read the full article…

Pinatas! Our Cultrual Art Project

As part of our Monthly goals and The Culture Swapper link up , we will be bringing you cultural art projects all month! This week, the kids made pinatas!  Oh what fun that was – and not messy at all (yeah, right).  It was fun to see them have fun though – and we learned Read the full article…

Setting Monthly Goals – Making A Commitment to Art

Mama Smiles of Joyful Parenting is over in her part of the blogosphere setting monthly goals.  I thought that was a great idea.  I never make New Years Resolutions – simply because things change, priorities change – and I have always thought it was just a waste of time.  However, I loved the idea of Read the full article…