Homeschool Art Curriculum

Sonlight offers a variety of art products for students to enjoy, from art appreciation books to art skills programs that will teach your children how to draw, paint, sculpt, and more.

Sonlight Homeschool Art Curriculum & SuppliesSonlight Homeschool Art Curriculum & Supplies

Homeschool Arts Curriculum & Crafts Materials

Artistic PursuitsArtistic Pursuits

ARTistic Pursuits

Excellent art program for early elementary school through high school, offering a constant expansion of artistic knowledge and skill. Teaches elements of art, composition, art history, art media, and more. 

Art AppreciationArt Appreciation

Art Appreciation

Expand your family's appreciation of art with vivid art books. 

Art SkillsArt Skills

Art Skills

Improve and develop your children's art skills with instructive art materials. 

NOYO CrayonsNOYO Crayons

NOYO Crayons

Designed for little hands with big imaginations! Water-based, non-toxic, silky crayons.

Kwik StixKwik Stix

Kwik Stix

These paint sticks take the mess out of painting while keeping all the fun. No cups, smocks, water, or brushes required. Just uncap, twist, and paint! 

History Coloring Books & Coloring Sticker BooksHistory Coloring Books & Coloring Sticker Books

Coloring Books

Browse our collection of educational history coloring books and coloring with sticker books.

More Great Art Books, Materials & Supplies

Additional Information

Why Art is Important

A homeschool art curriculum is important in the development of all children. Here's why...

  • Art is a link to the past. It provides an enjoyable perspective from which to examine history.
  • Art helps students to understand and empathize with other people. 
  • Art encourages imagination. It shows students how they might express their own feelings and experiences through painting and drawing.
  • Art provides children an opportunity to create and do, which can be a refreshing break from studying.
  • Art teaches students how to interpret different forms of communication, like symbolism, metaphor, and the meanings of color.
  • Art improves academic achievement. Evidence suggests that students who actively participate in some form of art—whether it be painting, acting, music, etc.—perform better in other subjects than students who don't participate in art.