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Sculpture Technique Model – ARTistic Pursuits Review – Fun Way Of Learning Art

ARTistic Pursuits Review

My kids had no idea that learning how to make sculptures could be so fun and messy at the same time. We received the Sculpture Technique Model book by ARTistic Pursuits, Inc. for this review. This particular book is geared for kids in upper elementary through high school. If your looking to add art to your homeschool curriculum I high suggest checking out ARTistic Pursuits as your child will learn a lot about art and have fun at the same time.

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ARTistic Pursuits K – 3 Book 2 Stories of Artists and Their Art Review

ARTistic Pursuits Review

Do your kids like art but you just don’t know how to put something together for them? Check out ARTistic Pursuits for grades K – 12. We had the chance to review Early Elementary K – 3, Book 2: Stories of Artists and Their Art. The projects in this book relates to watercolor painting, print making, and mixed media.


The time period in this book is 13th century late Gothic to the 18th century. Students learn about artists and their work through stories and then proceed onto a project that is related to a story. Some of the artists in this book are Giotto, Michelangelo, Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Turner.

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Ben and Me

I am participating in Blogging the Alphabet with Ben & Me Blog. This week starts a new round of the alphabet. This will be my first attempt to blog through the whole alphabet.

Lately I have been obsessed with learning how to paint and draw. I just bought some acrylic paints, canvas, watercolor paint, water color paper, and a how to draw book. I have been on a hunt for the perfect fairy for a painting. I have an idea of what I want to do for the background. Just need the right fairy.

ARTistic Pursuits Review – A Unique Homeschool Art Curriculum

Are you looking for a unique homeschool art program? Then I highly suggest checking out ARTistic Pursuits. The curriculum integrates all the components of fine art education by engaging students to build a visual vocabulary and using critical thinking skills as they explore creativity, art history, and art techniques. It’s like a hands on program using real art materials and tools.


We reviewed Early Elementary K – 3 Book 1: Introduction to Visual Arts ($47.95). I was really intrigued when I first learned about this. I was even more excited to receive this.

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