Art Curriculum

There are some subjects that I can’t teach and one of them is art. I don’t see the perspective of an object, I can’t pick out variations of color, and I can barely draw stick figures. (It’s true! My junior high students will confirm this claim.)

I saw this deal today and thought that you might like some help with this topic of study like I do. The great thing about this curriculum is that it is on a DVD and it has demonstrations and final projects for you and your student(s) to see. I think it is awful when I am not feeling confident in my own abilities and then I have to try and read and interpret the directions in order to teach the lesson.  Notice that if you purchase it now you save 60%. I like that!

inspiration-station-250x250Mikes Inspiration Station Art DVD’s 12 Volume Set

$79.90  $31.96
Save: 60% off

Let your child’s inner artist shine with this exciting new series of instructional DVDs created just for kids! Featuring 13 projects spread across six volumes, Mike’s Inspiration Station: Six DVD Boxed Set will draw out the budding artist in every child with fun and nicely-paced lessons in traditional mediums like drawing, painting, and sculpting, plus unique activities like making clothespin puppets and fridge art. Set #1 DVDs 1-6 Description:

Geared toward ages 8-12, the series encourages kids to craft right along with host Michael Cariglio and his biblical buddy, Booker T Bible, a talking, animated Bible who offers creative inspiration with Scripture references. Let Mike’s Inspiration Station inspire your child’s creativity and get some fun art project ideas and fridge art in the process!

Set #1 DVDs 1-6 Includes:

Volume 1 features “Drawing Cartoons,” “Making Watercolor Paintings,” and “Let’s Draw a Dinosaur.” Volume 2 offers “Creating Pastel Art” and “Let’s Draw a Cute Turtle.” In volume 3, kids participate in “Light and Shading” and “Let’s Draw a Funny Moon.” Volume 4 suggests “Let’s Draw a Joyful Heart” and “Let’s Draw Goliath.” Children learn “Making Clothespin Puppets” and “Fun Fridge Art” in volume 5, and the final episode’s lessons include “Flower Pot Pals” and “Sculpt a Cute Dog.”

Set #2 DVDs 7-12 Description:

Spark your child’s God-given gift of creativity with this second set of episodes from Mike’s Inspiration Station. Geared toward ages 8-12, this series features 13 art projects on six instructional DVDs that encourage kids to follow along with host Michael Cariglio and his biblical buddy, Booker T Bible, an animated Bible who provides project inspiration through Scripture.

Set #2 DVDs 7-12 Includes:

Volume 7 features “Fun Fish Projects” and “Creating Fun Clouds.” Volume 8 offers “Drawing Noah’s Ark” and “Drawing a Shepherd and His Sheep.” In volume 9, kids participate in “Making a Clay Easter Bunny” and “Drawing Jonah and the Whale.” Volume 10 teaches “Drawing Laughter” and “Drawing Love.” Children learn “Drawing Animal Cartoons Using Numbers” and “Drawing a Bluebird” in volume 11, and the final episode’s lessons include “Drawing a Bluebird,” “Fun Christmas Projects,” and “All about Colors.”

4 thoughts on “Art Curriculum

  1. Thanks Lisa! I will look into this! I love tutorials that help motivate and teach the kids. Sometimes it is nice to take the pressure off of me and supplement with DVD’s.

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  2. I have looked at other websites to see if I could find a review of someone who has used it. Have you actually used it? I always like to check reviews of others first because if others like it, I probably will too. Thanks for the link..

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    • Hi Daneale,
      I only know one homeschool mom who had used this series. She said her daughter liked using the DVD’s and I believe her daughter was 8 or 9 years old. I hope that helps. 🙂

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