1 03, 2019
  • Ancient Greek Tile Paintings

Take Time for Art’s Ancient Greece!

2019-03-01T22:58:20+00:00Categories: Uncategorized|

Ah Ancient Greece!  That place of classical learning, classical literature, and classical art!  Come with us as we look into the history and art of Ancient Greece and make wonderful  art projects.  An Integrated  Hands-on Art Curriculum This unit on Ancient Greece will pair beautifully with your history curriculum on Ancient Greece. But it

1 12, 2018
  • Ancient Egyptian Mask Project

Ancient Egyptian Art Projects

2018-12-21T00:29:22+00:00Categories: Uncategorized|

Studying Ancient Egypt and looking for a great integrated art program that includes great art projects for Ancient Egypt?  Maybe your family has touched on some topics about Egypt, and you would like to round out your child’s knowledge.  Or perhaps your co-op needs a great art unit for next semester, or your family

21 11, 2018
  • Thomas Cole, The Consummation, The Course of the Empire 1836

Welcome to Take Time for Art’s Ancient Rome

2018-11-21T00:40:13+00:00Categories: Uncategorized|

Studying Ancient Rome and looking for a great integrated art program?  Maybe your family has touched on some topics about Rome, and you would like to round out his or her knowledge.  Or perhaps your co-op needs a great art unit for next semester, or your family is looking for activities to do together

13 11, 2018
  • making connections through hands-on projects

Making Connections with Hands-on Projects!

2018-11-13T22:59:17+00:00Categories: Uncategorized|

Why go to all of the trouble to do hands-on projects with your children?  We’re going to explore a few reasons, and zero in on one of the most important reasons of all- making connections with hands-on projects! Hands-on Can Be Difficult In our perfect world of homeschooling, we all dream of having that

30 10, 2018

Welcome to TakeTime for Art’s The Middle Ages!

2019-05-03T10:17:26+00:00Categories: Uncategorized|

Studying the Middle Ages and looking for a great integrated art program?  Maybe your child is simply interested in all things about knights, and you would like to round out his or her knowledge.  Or perhaps your co-op needs a great art unit for next semester, or your family is looking for activities to

20 12, 2017
  • Sargis Babyan, Jonah

Justifying Jonah, The Ultimate Christmas Story

2019-06-25T16:24:54+00:00Categories: Uncategorized|

You’ve probably heard of the story of Jonah who famously got swallowed by a big fish, stayed in the fish’s belly for three days, and was ultimately vomited up by the fish on a beach. Apparently humans don’t digest well. What does this have to do with Christmas? Everything! It all started when Jonah was

1 11, 2017
  • The Swine Driven into the Sea by Tissot Life choices and artwork with biblical themes

Preferring Pigs in Life Choices

2017-11-01T18:32:51+00:00Categories: Uncategorized|

It’s been such a pleasure here at Take Time for Art to tell the story of history through art history and then create hands-on art projects for children to create.  I love it!  But an unexpected treat has been discovering all the wonderful artwork based on Biblical themes and life choices.  I now find

17 10, 2017
  • Hands-on art with Take Time for Art

Making Hands-on a Priority in Your Homeschool

2017-10-17T13:47:18+00:00Categories: Uncategorized|

Why Hands-on? Why should you as homeschoolers take the time for hands-on, take the time for creativity, and take time for art?  Read on! Ansel Adams said this, “In my mind’s eye, I visualize how a particular… sight and feeling will appear on a print. If it excites me, there is a good chance it

9 10, 2017
  • reading comprehension independent learning

Reading Comprehension+Independent Learning+Fun

2019-03-15T18:31:11+00:00Categories: Uncategorized|

Would you like to increase your child’s reading comprehension, increase their creativity, and set them on the course to become an independent learner?  And to top it all off, would you like to have fun in the process?  Read on! Imagine reading a story about the Trojan Horse of Ancient Greece, but you’ve