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Sunday, July 7, 2013

Fine Art Pages Review and Giveaway

Fine Art Pages are brought to you by Classical Composers MonthlyMedium logo

Artist Study and Art Appreciation has never been easier!  The creator of Classical Composers has now made available Fine Art Pages.  For the cost of $14.95 (on SALE now for $9.95) you can get lifetime access to Fine Art Pages Collection 1, which consists of 25 Fine Art Pages. 

For a sample of what a Fine Art Page consists of and examples of how to implement it click HERE

It’s as simple as printing it off and displaying it in your home.  I printed off the first one and placed in in our Circle Time Area, we briefly discuss it each morning, based on my children's interest.  Where it goes from there is completely up to you and your children.  What is important is EXPOSURE, your children are being exposed to fine art on a daily basis. 

There isn’t a whole lot to say about them specifically, except that this is a product that makes quality homeschooling that much easier!  Who doesn’t like that?  Just download, print and hang up!  It’s as easy as 1-2-3!

Classical Composers also offers awesome classical music and artist studies!  Check out a sample of the Claude Monet artist study.  You can also get a FREE sample of Handel Composer Study by clicking HERE and registering.

You can read the review I did previously by clicking HERE

There are 3 collections to choose from, each for $14.95 (on sale now for $9.95) for lifetime access. 

As a homeschooling mom, the more resources I can find at reasonable prices the more time it saves me!  This is one of those resources!

Erica (from Classical Composers) has graciously allowed me to giveaway ONE membership to Fine Art Pages.  Enter to win using the Rafflecopter form before…Good Luck!

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10 comments:

  1. We try to do artist studies. The most difficult thing for me is not being extremely artistic. Also, resources geared toward younger students are not as abundant as the ones for older students.

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  2. We currently do picture studies using the "Come look with me" book series. But next school year I'm thinking of selecting a few artists each term for more of an in depth look rather than an overview. We haven't started composer studies yet but it's on my "to do" list.

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  3. I don't find too many challenges in teaching the arts, except maybe simplifying concepts for my young children. We haven't done any musical arts studies yet, but we have done artists like monet and Van Gogh. This year we plan to do more fine arts.

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  4. We've done "Come Look with Me" and "Drawing with Children" last year, but I feel that art is always lacking and gets put to the side when days are busy. We haven't started on music much at all yet with my youngest because she wants to take piano but she had to be old enough. My older two never decided what instrument they were interested in, but one has taken trumpet. It just feels like a black hole for us, really.

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  5. Not sure where the "extra info box" is for the entry for posting on the web, but I posted on my Google+ wall about the giveaway!

    https://plus.google.com/109145763487915691160/posts

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  6. yes and no, i have some books but i can't seem to get my kids to sit down and look with me or even pay attention. so i guess that's the hardest part, getting them motivated.

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  7. We haven't recently and I have been looking for something to use for my children.

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  8. We occasionally study individual artists. I find the hardest part is finding good reproductions of the paintings that interest my kids.

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  9. Not yet. We've been doing things more unstructured, but with an older child who needs an art credit, I'm definitely looking to!

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  10. Shared! https://www.facebook.com/AdventuresWithJude/posts/438574532916942

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