Homeschool Art Contest (2014)

“Reading and Imagination” nation-wide Homeschool Art Contest hosted by Philadelphia Homeschool Blog. Open to all homeschooled students K-8th grades. The contest Rules, forms, and PRIZES are all detailed in the original post. Entries are due by April 12th, 2014.

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Homeschool Art Contest!!! (2014)

I’m thrilled to announce that I’m hosting my first 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:  

1) Read and abide by the Contest Rules.  Please click here to obtain the rules: Art Contest Rules (doc) OR Art Contest Rules (pdf)

2.) Create a work of art according to this theme: “Reading and Imagination”.  Your art work should also meet these requirements:

  • Art work should reflect the theme “Reading and Imagination”.
  • 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, marker, crayons, colored pencil, paint, markers, etc.)
  • Art work must be created from the student’s imagination or through direct observation.  (No copying!  See contest rules for…

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4 responses to “Homeschool Art Contest (2014)

  1. Thanks so much for helping me spread the word about the contest! I pray it would be a blessing to all who participate and especially the winners. May God continue to bless Wisconsin Homeschoolers!

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  2. It’s good to see such posts and contests for the home schooled. How I wish there were more opportunities such as these for home schooled high schoolers though.

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    • I agree with you, Felicia. It really is a wonderful blessing that the Philadelphia Homeschool Blog is sponsoring this and sharing it with all homeschoolers in the US. Contests can provide encouragement and an outlet for creativity – at any age. Hopefully as homeschooled children are encouraged like this they can better navigate their high school years. Statistically home educated high school students are still a minority. Hmm, I guess we need to increase our numbers!

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