Home Art Studio Giveaway

Home Art Studio Giveaway

Last week I shared my much-love for this art program. You can read my review here as you view our art gallery.

As promised, this week we are hosting a grand giveaway for this amazing art curriculum.

You don’t have to wait for our giveaway, though. YouΒ can try Home Art Studio for free! You can also take advantage of a current special offer.

Try Home Art Studio forΒ Free

If you want to add art to your homeschool line-up, Home Art Studio is a great way to get started. You can try any of these six lessons before you buy one of the DVDs.

Home Art Studio Giveaway

You can also enter our giveaway below for a chance to win the ENTIRE Home Art Studio series ($180 value)!

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Home Art Studio: Buy 2 DVDs, Get Holiday Arts and Crafts for FREE
Order two DVDs today and receive Home Art Studio‘s Holiday Arts and Crafts DVD for FREE! (Offer expires 9/15/15)

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  1. We’d use kindergarten first. I have a friend who also homeschools and it would be fun to get our kids together to do it πŸ™‚

  2. We would start with Kindergarten so all of my boys could do the same projects together. They would love this program!

  3. I love how she incorporates art history and even math and science in her art lessons. Thanks for the great review. I am really hoping to use Home Art Studio for this coming school year. I have heard nothing but good things about it.

  4. Rebekah says:

    I would use the Kindergarten dvd first. My girls could do their artwork together, which I would love to watch!

  5. Elizabeth says:

    Man I dunno. My 7yo is an intellectual match for the upper grades but her fine motor is … immature. I guess I’d start with K and supplement history/theory materials as needed?

  6. I would just love to win anything. I have children from 18 months, 2 years, twins are 4, 9, 12, and 14 year old. They love art so trying the Home Art Studio would be awesome. I could just modify it to work all levels

  7. We would start with kindergarten.

  8. 2nd grade

  9. We like the simplicity of the projects, at least the first grade, which we own. My only suggestion is a materials list at the beginning of each project or included in a booklet within the dvd case.

    • I have good news for you, Amy!

      Pop your dvd in.
      Go to the dvd drive on your computer.
      It should show three folders for Home Art Studio.
      Click on Content.
      Click on the PDF.
      Lesson plans! Supply lists!

      They are kind of hiding there. πŸ™‚ I hope that helps!

  10. I’m always looking for new, creative activities for my Kindergarten students. This looks like a great collection of activities that would keep my kids busy all year!

  11. Heather says:

    We would start with kindergarden. Art is fun at any age!

  12. The third grade series looks like a good place to start for my kids. Everything looks really good. Thank you for the give away.

  13. My girls are past fifth grade, but I would love to use any and all of them because I don’t think easier things are insignificant.

    • I agree completely! Some of the younger projects are too young for my son (9), but many of them are perfect for any beginning artist!

  14. Judith D. says:

    I would love to win. I would start with gr. 4, enjoy those lessons and work my way around! Thank you for the giveaway!

  15. Judith D. says:

    I watched the introductory video, and I love how Ms. Voin would incorporate art and artist history into the lessons.

  16. Based on your art gallery, and viewing the free lesson for the sunflowers, I think the Kindergarten level looks like the most fun. Do your think it would be too babyish for a 12 and 9 year old?

    • Each program video shows an overview of the projects in that level. I think kindergarten might be too young for kids that age. My son is 9, and he IS doing some of the first grade projects, but not all of them. Second grade was based on fairy tales, and he didn’t want to do the one for The Three Bears, but he DID want to do the Humpty Dumpty project. There is definitely a lot of grace in the ages for each project. I want to do some of them! I probably should! πŸ™‚

    • Looking over the DVDs we own, I would probably start with 3rd grade. πŸ™‚

  17. With six students its hard to pick… do I have to? love the skills taught at all levels- let’s start at the beginning… Kindergarten

  18. Anna L. says:

    We’d enjoy the 5th grade level program.

  19. Christine H says:

    I think we would start with 3rd grade.

  20. Christine H says:

    I watched the introductory video and I like that this program is geared specifically for homeschooling and that it teaches art concepts as well as art history.

  21. Not sure which age level to get. I have ages 14-8. Maybe 2nd grade?

  22. I would start with kindergarten.

  23. I would use the kindergarden lesson first

  24. Love this!! Would start my kids on first grade level rightaway! Thanks for all the great posts.

  25. I’d like to start with the first dvd and go all the way through.

  26. We are new to homeschooling this year. I would love the kindergarten video to start with my kindergartner. The art looks fun and engaging.

  27. I would start at the kindergarten level. I have a 1st grader that would love this!

  28. Christina Morales says:

    Ohhhh! This could be an answer to my prayer! I have a daughter that needs art instruction and this could just be the thing! Thanks for posting this.

  29. Christina Morales says:

    OK, So what I like about this program is it is ART at home. I was thinking about paying to send my daughter to get ART lessons somewhere but this is right here. Plus we could all participate it we wanted to. This would be ultimately more budget friendly and we could re-watch any lesson we wanted to do again or didn’t quite get the first time around.

  30. These look fun…my kids will love it!

  31. Mary Happymommy says:

    I would start with 1st grade.

  32. Mary Happymommy says:

    I love the inclusion of art history.

  33. 3rd grade! We’re ready to move on a bit from K level stuff…

  34. We would start with 5th grade and work back (I have a 5th & 7th grader).

  35. I love that the instructor explains and shows what she’s doing, and gives the student time to do the work. I also love the incorporation of stories into the projects.

  36. I have a kindergartener, 2nd grader and 5th grader, so we would start there. They like to do their own levels when we get to do art days.

  37. I love how she doesn’t talk about the project, but actually demonstrates it. When she fast forwards, we can pause it and take our time.

    • We usually watch it once and then watch it again while we do it. And yes–lots of pausing! πŸ™‚ We love how it works!

  38. I would use level 4! Thanks!

  39. I would love to use this with my first grader this year.

  40. This looks awesome! I would love to use this when I do art with my grandchildren!

  41. I love that there is enough art for the whole year, and that it incorporates other subjects as well! We can’t get enough art!

  42. Nicole W. says:

    I would start with 2nd grade! My kids love art and this would be nice to incorporate into our week.

  43. I would use the fourth grade.

  44. I’d use the kindergarten one first.

  45. I love how I can watch and do the art too and learn a little myself! I am far too left-brained to be artsy.

  46. Becky uram says:

    We would love first grade!

  47. Stephanie says:

    I’d definitely start with the First grade curriculum. We will be studying world history this year and I think the art projects would be a perfect fit.

  48. This is great! I homeschool in the mission field and this would be awesome to have!

  49. I love that it’s comprehensive with art history, theory, concepts, along with technique! Looks great!

  50. I have no idea which DVD to start with. We have never done art and I will have K, 2nd, 4th and 6th graders this year! πŸ™‚ I have always wanted to incorporate art, but I am a math and science person and just don’t have the art “bone”. πŸ˜‰

    • This is perfect for a math/science person! πŸ™‚ You could probably split your kiddos into two groups with one doing K or 1st and the other doing 4th. πŸ™‚

  51. Jennifer says:

    I used the Kindergarten level this past school year. I would pick 1st grade if I won this contest.

  52. Jennifer says:

    I like that the teacher is very good at explaining the steps in each video. My child can understand what she is doing.

  53. Katie griswold says:


  54. I have a child in grade three and a preschooler. I think I would start with the Kindergarten one.

  55. I love how I can pop in the DVD and my children can enjoy learning about art from someone other than me. We live on an acreage so not that easy to get to art classes.

  56. I have 2 kids so we would start with kindergarten and 2nd grade.

  57. I watched the introductory video. I love how everything is incorporated into her lessons. I am so excited to try these with my kids.

  58. Brenda Torres says:

    I would start with the 3rd grade DVD.

  59. Brenda Torres says:

    I watched the introductory video. I love how easy this is to use for homeschool moms like me who are not good with teaching art techniques, but have kids who love art!

  60. I’m torn between starting at first or second grade. My student would enjoy either one!

  61. I like the use of mixed media in the video I reviewed!

  62. Angela B says:

    I would use third grade first! These look great!

  63. We would very much need to start with Kindergarten!!

  64. I like that this program teaches creative expression as well as some art history and fundamentals simultaneously. I also like the holiday themed crafts because it seems my kids always get more excited about art around the holidays.

  65. We would likely start with K, and work our way up πŸ™‚

  66. I love that it is DOABLE! And I love the history and art fundamentals added in to the fun projects. They can’t help but learn!!!! πŸ™‚

  67. Jessica Whitehouse says:

    I would start with the kindergarten for my younger boys.

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