See the Light Art Offers a Unique Way to Integrate Art Into Your Homeschool

See the Light Sunflowers Unit Study | RaisingArrows.netArt is always a difficult thing to integrate into your homeschool.  Unless you were an art major or really work hard to keep art in your weekly lineup, it isn’t uncommon to let art and art appreciation completely slip from your homeschool year.

That’s why I’ve been wanting to tell you about something new from See the Light Art (our favorite Art curriculum) – Unit Studies!

See the Light has produced their first Unit Study based on Vincent van Gogh’s Painting, Sunflowers.  And unlike many unit studies, this one is ALL INCLUSIVE!  Meaning you don’t need to supplement any other material to make this a full unit study!  It has your math, literature, science, and even foreign language!  All for only $9.99!

Here’s a clip from Pat Knepley introducing the new unit study…

And this is the perfect time to do this month-long unit study!  It will provide a wonderful transition into your homeschool year during a time when sunflowers are abundant!

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE!

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4 thoughts on “See the Light Art Offers a Unique Way to Integrate Art Into Your Homeschool

  1. Do you know if there is a list of needed supplies that can be seen prior to purchase? I went to the site and didn’t see anything, but I didn’t spend a lot of time searching. It looks like a fun unit study! Thanks.

    • I’m not seeing anything like that (I know they have that for the other sets), but you could contact them and I am sure they would be happy to let you know. They are super people who would be glad to help you out.

  2. I ordered the unit study more than four weeks ago. My checking account verifies that the charge has gone through. However, I have not received the materials. About how much longer of a wait should I anticipate? My goal was to begin in October, and it is fast approaching.