Fall Art Projects for Middle School
This season, add some fall art for teens to your homeschool lesson plans. To make it easy, have your older kids work on some fun projects from this amazing mixed media workshop. Not only will they be getting in some art lessons, when they finish a work of art, you’ll have something beautiful that you can use to decorate your home for the season.
The art pieces in this class reflect the season and focus on things like pumpkins, Monarch butterfly migration, pine cones, apples, fall flowers, leaves turning color, woodland creatures, and much more.
Between the variety of subjects and the large number of projects, this workshop really does have something for everyone.
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Mixed Media Fall Art Projects for Middle School
Through this awesome mixed media e-course, your teen (and even your whole family) will have the opportunity to work on 20 different projects, right in your own home. It’s an incredible way to add art into your home school. It can be a challenge to fit art into and already busy homeschooling day, but with this course, it’s actually quite easy. Mainly because you don’t have to do the teaching. That’s right, all of the lessons are prepared for you.
So, if you’re not artistic and worry about teaching art to your kids, you don’t have to worry. You’ll be given a detailed supply list before you begin so you’ll know exactly what you’ll need to complete each project. Just have your teen choose the one they want to work on and gather the materials for that particular design. If my girls want to do something artistic, but I’m not able to get them extra materials, they just choose something that we already have what they need in order to complete.
I love that this workshop is so flexible.
Teens Can Work Independently
Each of the 20 mixed media projects is contained on a video that’s online, so there’s no DVD to keep track of. In each project’s video, Alisha takes you, step-by-step, through the steps.
The bonus of having the course taught this way is that your kids can stop and start the video as many times as they need to. If your teens need more time to complete one of the steps, all they have to do is pause the video. They can take as much time as they need and just start it back up when they’re ready.
That’s a huge benefit in our opinion, because there have been many times that my girls have gotten behind and then lost while taking in person art classes, which frustrated them. They never feel this way when they’re working through one of Alisha’s projects.
Because all of the projects are taught by someone else, my kids can work on these fall crafts for teens on their own. I love utilizing courses like this in our home school that let my kids learn independently.
Art by Alisha
My kids also enjoy the fact that they never get bored with these particular classes. When my girls were taking a drawing class, there was so much repetition that they became bored with the class. Because this is a mixed media course, kids are constantly working with a variety of different art mediums, often within a single project. This is great for those kids who don’t want to spend four weeks drawing the same bowl of fruit.
Types of Mediums Included
During the course you’ll work on these art forms:
- Acrylic painting
- Art journaling
- Chalkboard art
- Hand lettering
- Watercolor painting
- And tons MORE!
With so many projects to choose from, I’m thankful that I don’t have to cram them all into a set number of weeks like a lot of other art classes. With this workshop, you are granted lifetime access, so you can work at a pace that works for your family. You can even come back to it season after season. It’s a tremendous value!
Once you purchase the Fall Mixed Media Workshop, all of the videos are available, so you can start whenever you’re ready.
Art by Alisha
Since my kids are older, they enjoy tackling the projects on their own and really appreciate working in multiple art mediums. My girls have loved every project they’ve chosen from Alisha.
Did you know that she has a mixed media course for every season? She does. So you can work on art all year long and don’t have to do any of the planning. These workshops are a huge help for homeschooling moms.
So work on the Art of Fall with your middle schoolers now and add these seasons to your future lesson plans.
I hope you’re able to add some mixed media art into your fall homeschooling schedule. It’s a great way to celebrate the season.
Love this!! Can’t wait to start on these 🙂
I know, right? Me too Meredith!
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