Posts Tagged ‘oil painting’

Nov 2009
05

Painting Lessons – For Home or School

This painting lesson course on DVD would be an excellent addition to a high school, private school, or college course. Though it was designed...

This painting lesson course on DVD would be an excellent addition to a high school, private school, or college course. Though it was designed for use at home, it covers basic art concepts, color theory and has actual painting demonstrations. I think it could be an excellent way to teach art to teenagers who are being home schooled.

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It is not easy to find good painting DVD lessons – and many are outdated (such as the popular Bob Ross DVDs) or they are  just plain limited to painting one scene.

I think anyone who has an interest in learning to do oil painting would love to use this course: Learn and Master Painting. And if anyone needs a great gift idea for an artistic friend, this could be the best present they ever got!

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Painting Lessons on DVD – See review at Painting Lessons

Or if you need an oil painting kit with 12 tubes of oil paint, 6 brushes, palette knife, and medium - it will save you money by purchasing this kit:

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Winsor Newton Paints and Brushes are in the supply kit.

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Jun 2009
16

Homeschool Guitar Lessons!

Have you ever seen a great teacher that made you want to steal them to teach in your homeshool?

Have you ever seen someone who is a great teacher, and you wish you could clone them and package them so they could teach your homeschooling students? Well, for homeschooling teachers, Legacy Learning has done that for you!  Now, offering guitar lessons while you home school has become much easier. This new course helps the teacher (because they don’t have to be a guitar player) as much as it helps the guitar student.

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Learn and Master Guitar, Piano, or Painting Homeschool Student Editions

There is also a homeschool piano course and an oil painting course! NO musical skills or art skills are needed to use these with your students. The guitar course offers:

  • Guitar lessons on 20 DVDs
  • Guitar student workbook with all the songs and exercises that are in the DVDs
  • Teacher’s resource DVDs
  • Reproducible weekly practice logs
  • 68-page teacher’s guide with  comprehensive Scope-and-Sequence
    to help prepare for the student’s lessons
  • Jam-Along CDs for students to play along with a real group of musicians to get the “feel” of playing in a band
  • Online Community & Student Support

This is a 2-year course and with the resources you’ll know what your child or student should be learning all the way through for each week. The lessons are planned out for you.

Read more about the piano or painting lessons at: Learn and Master Guitar Homeschool Student Editions. And for special price savings read this: money-saving information

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