For the second year in a row, Gwen Fredette is hosting a Nationwide Homeschool Art Contest on her blog, “Philadelphia Homeschool”. The contest is for any child currently being homeschooled (either traditional or virtual charter school) in the U.S. in grades K through 8.
The theme for this year’s contest is:
Artwork must be postmarked by this Saturday, April 25th.
God has graciously given sponsors who are donating some fantastic prizes. These include free curriculum from Artistic Pursuits, Subscriptions to SchoolhouseTeachers.com, books on CD’s from Trailblazerbooks, gift cards to Nest Entertainment, and Christian CD’s courtesy of K-Love Radio station.
More details about the contest can be found atPhiladelphia Homeschool blog: https://phillyhomeschool.wordpress.com/2015/03/29/homeschool-art-contest-2015/or U Read Thru History: https://ureadthru.wordpress.com/2015/03/29/2015-homeschool-art-contest/
Please feel free to let your friends and homeschool network(s) know about the contest. Last year’s contest was a great success, and she is looking forward to an even greater response this year.
Originally posted on Philadelphia Homeschool:
I’m thrilled to announce I’m hosting my second annual, nation-wide Homeschool Art Contest! Here’s the details:
For Who: Any child currently being homeschooled (either traditional or virtual charter school) in the U.S. in grades K through 8.
How to Enter:
2.) Create a work of art according to the theme: “MUSIC”. Your artwork can reflect instrumental music, vocal music, dance, listening to music, etc. Your artwork should also meet these requirements:
- Art work must reflect the theme “MUSIC“.
- Any homeschooled student in grades K – 8 can participate.
- Must be on 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper
- Art work can be done in any medium (pencil, crayons, colored pencil, paint, markers, etc.)
- Art work must be created from the student’s…
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