Let’s face it – teaching drawing when you lack confidence in your skills
and art training can be pretty intimidating.
And even if you like to draw and are creative, it's hard to know where to start in teaching your kids how to draw.
It’s so exhausting to spend hours of planning and prep work for every subject. With teaching and grading math, writing and ALL THE THINGS, (and fitting in laundry, shopping, cooking and cleaning), you don’t really want to start from scratch on another subject you're not comfortable with.
And when you have actually put in the work to add art to the school day, there’s nothing more disheartening than having your children get frustrated because they can't follow your lead.
If only your child could get lessons from a Dutch Master!
You know there have got to be kid-friendly art resources out there that are “open and go”, but you haven’t found them yet.
Maybe you’ve even searched the library for drawing books or gotten lost on YouTube looking up videos of how to draw.
And yet, it’s not quite working.
You’re just not comfortable teaching a subject you have little background in. You’re tired of scouring the internet for resources to create a hodge-podge mess of a curriculum. And how on earth are you going to make it fun so your kids fall in love with drawing and art?
You’re not alone. Many homeschool moms feel inadequate in teaching drawing.
The truth is that having the right curriculum is a game-changer, one that will give you the confidence and relief of providing fun, engaging lessons for your budding artist, and even offer “plug and play” lessons with everything you need in one place.