Pat Fenner, from Breakthrough Homeschooling, and Tracey Hagerman, author of The Happy Homeschooler, candidly discuss all things homeschooling: the good, the bad, and the brilliant. Go ahead and grab your favorite drink, find a cozy spot, and join this week’s lively discussion. Follow us on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, Amazon, IHeart Radio, and please leave us a review! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/you-can-homeschool/support
Preparing our teens for college and beyond means we should be enabling them to be well-round, thinking individuals. And who says Fine Arts is only for the “artsy?” In this enlightening discussion, Gena Mayo of Music In Our Homeschool.com shares the many ways we can provide a fine arts high school credit for our teens, why it’s important to do so even if we don’t feel talented (and how to do it!), and shares an unbelievable list of optional studies that you can include in a fine arts program!
Find the extended show notes here: https://breakthroughhomeschooling.com/being-creative-about-fine-arts-with-your-high-schooler/
Links mentioned in this episode:
Gena’s exhaustive list of fine art study topics:
Music In Our Homeschool* – https://breakthroughhomeschooling.com/mioh+
High School Fine Arts Membership* – see extended show notes for more information, waiting list, and registration links
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