|A Galaxy by Celeste and I|
Art is everywhere and has been an important part of our homeschool experience. Over the years, we have enjoyed playing with art and viewing different art forms. We have appreciated art and learned about various artists. Art has been part of our history, science, and even math at times!
Art has also been something that we just simply enjoy..whether it is doodling, painting, or even drawing on ourselves! My oldest daughter, Adrienne, loved spending time drawing and when she homeschooled, she had the time to explore that passion!
|Drawings by Adrienne|
|Adrienne drawing flames on herself|
|A beautiful watercolour non permanent art done by Adrienne on her arm|
For this month's Canadian Homeschool Blog Team post, I have enjoyed looking back on our experiences through visiting blog posts from my archives!
|Andre drawing a cave painting during history|
I chose a few posts from my archives that represent our experiences with art. I hope you will enjoy visiting these posts and hopefully be inspired to see art in your everyday too!
|A lion by Celeste (5 at the time)|
Summer Art Appreciation with Vincent Van Gogh
Sketch Tuesday posts
Art using "Drawing with Children" book
Art as part of our history studies: cave drawings
Art in our science: imaginary galaxy with chalk pastels
Art in math: Sierpinski triangle with candy corn
Art in Nature Study: Mosquitoes
Viewing art wherever we are! Sculpture Park in Windsor, Ontario
|Sketch Tuesday by Adrienne|
Be sure to check out all the posts from the Canadian Homeschool Blogging Team on this subject at the Canadian Homeschooler!
Lovely! This is an area I am weak in, so it's good to see some inspiration!ReplyDelete
What fun to look back on! We have used Drawing with Children also, I'll have to revisit it when my girls are older and compare our results. I've had a lot of fun exploring art with my kids!ReplyDelete
how did your daughter keep that arm chalk drawing from smearing while she wore it?ReplyDelete