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Child-Size Masterpieces – Resources for Art Appreciation

 

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Don’t miss the link to the updated post below!

I’m working my way through all of my posts in the archives and making sure the most valuable of posts are brought to light in 2018. This week I’d love for you to take a look at one of my favorite, simple to use art appreciation resources, Child Size Masterpieces. I reviewed these cards over a decade ago and I still feel just as strongly today that they’re worth looking at for your family.

Child Size Masterpieces (postcard size pieces of art on sturdy cardstock) are an inexpensive and effective way to allow children to see with their eyes and touch with their hands great art from the most famous of artists.

Please click over and read my updated information about this resource that I highly recommend to all families.

Child Size Masterpieces- How to Use

 

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You may be interested in knowing that I use the Child Size Masterpieces in my Harmony Fine Arts Grade 1 Plans. These plans give you a schedule for viewing them with your children over the course of a school year. If you want to have a pre-made plan, click over and see the sample for Harmony Fine Arts Grade 1.

As an extra incentive, here is a discount code to get you started. Use the code below and receive $5 off your purchase of any Harmony Fine Arts plans, Grades 1-8.

Discount Code: archive5

 

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HarmonyFine Arts Discount Code

harmony-fine-arts-thanks40From now until November 30, 2017, you can use the coupon code: THANKS40 to receive 40% off any of the Harmony Fine Arts plans for art and music appreciation. (Please note that this coupon code does not apply to the already discounted price for the Harmony Fine Arts bundles.)

Please check out our popular art and music plans that were created by this homeschooling mom who has a real love of art and music.

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I look fondly back on the time our family spent viewing awesome art and listening to classical music together during our homeschooling years. The Harmony Fine Arts plans have been used and loved by my four children….even the skateboarding, snowboarding, LEGO maniac boys!

Harmony Fine Arts What is in each planJust imagine having a complete art and music appreciation plan that covers ancient to modern art in a chronological schedule.

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Download the chart: Harmony Fine Arts Overview

You can start in any year and move forward in time picking up each school year where you left off the previous year.

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Coordinate your art and music study with your history time period to give more depth to your learning.

Harmony Fine Arts Frequently Asked Questions and Links

Harmony fine Arts allows you to open the plan and get going with picture study and simple follow up activities without any time consuming research. We have done that for you! Use the plans as written or use Harmony Fine Arts as a foundation that you can build on if you have art and music loving children.

These plans take 45-60 minutes per week so you can easily fit them into any other homeschooling curriculum you may already be using.

Take a Look at Harmony Fine Arts

 

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40% Discount! Use code: THANKS40

Only valid until 11/30/17

Use the code: THANKS40 and receive 40% off your purchase of any year plan (ebook version only, grades 1-8). This code will be valid until 11/30/17. You can use the code more than once. Make sure to add the coupon on the shopping cart page and not at checkout if you are having trouble with the code.

From the Archives: Impressionist Notebook Page Download

Harmony Fine Arts Summer Art Show Printables @harmonyfinearts

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I have recently updated the Summer Art Show printable and I thought you might like to have it in your files to use with your family. It really doesn’t have much to do with summer art but rather we completed the activities during the summer of 2012. The theme of the art activities centers on the Impressionists which is applicable at any time of the year.

Here is a list of the entries that go along with the notebook pages:

Compare Two Similar Paintings

Paintings That Tell a Story

Van Gogh’s Sunflowers

Van Gogh Sky

Impressionist Scavenger Hunt Printable

I hope you enjoy taking a closer look at a few paintings with your family.

Download your set of pages here: Summer Art Show Printable

Here is a link to the Summer Art Pinterest Board that has links to many of the paintings we have studied in the past.

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