“Art Projects inspired by the Old Testament for children of all ages” Art Projects DVD Homeschool Program Kit
Set Includes the following:
Mungyo Water Soluble Oil Pastel Set of 12: white, Yellow, Orange, Red, Violet, Magenta, Dark Ochre, Sky Blue, Cobalt Blue, Yellow Green, Cadmium Green and Black.
Creative Inspiration Brush Set of 4: Size 2 (Round), size 6 (Round), size 8 (Round), 1/2" (Flat)
One RAS 9x12" Multi-Media Paper Pack of 100 Sheets
One 12X18" Tru Ray Construction Paper Pack of 50 sheets
First Impressions Art Kit: 24 Watercolor cakes, 24 Assorted colored pencils, 15 Assorted oil pastels, 10 water-based markers, 2 plastic trays for color mixing, 1 artists' paintbrush, 1 white vinyl eraser
RAS Tempera Set of 12: Includes twelve brilliant colors; one 2 oz. bottle each of Alizarin Crimson, Brilliant Magenta, Cadmium Orange Hue, Cadmium Yellow Deep Hue, Cadmium Yellow Light Hue, Carbon Black, Cobalt Green Hue, Dioxazine Purple, Naphthol Red Light, Phthalo Blue, Ultramarine Blue and Titanium White. Please note: Colors may vary due to vendor availability.
“Home Art Studio: The Old Testament lets your kids learn about religion and fine art at the same time, two of the most important and overlooked areas of public schools. Even if your child isn’t home schooled, adding Home Art Studio to their after-school curriculum can round out their education. Your child will go on a journey through stories of the Old Testament with fun and challenging art projects based off of various famous artists’ works, giving students some art history as well. Each art project reflects stories from the Bible, such as the Creation, Moses in the Bulrushes, David and Goliath, Jacob’s Ladder, and many more! Each art lesson starts with an animated story the project focuses on, narrated by Ms. Volin. The recommended age level is anywhere between 5 to 13 years old. Some of the art projects will be more challenging than the others, giving your young prodigies a chance to show off their skills, build confidence in their art, and learn about these great narratives.