Free Picture Study Resource: Understanding America Through Art

Learning the Story of America with Visual Arts If a picture is worth a thousand words, American art could fill a history book with details about our country’s past. Visual arts make history come alive and tell stories about major historical time periods and events. Just as Picasso’s Guernica communicates how he felt about the Nazis,… Continue reading Free Picture Study Resource: Understanding America Through Art

Free Resources for American History-Themed “Who Was” Books – Part 2

Free Resources for the Who Was Book Series – Part 2 Our nine-volume Who Was book set giveaway has ended, but you can continue to use the following resources for your studies with the books. Don’t worry if you missed this giveaway! Scroll to the end of this post to see our current giveaway! 🙂 Featured… Continue reading Free Resources for American History-Themed “Who Was” Books – Part 2

Thanksgiving in Art: Five Great Works for Picture Study

This year we are introducing Thanksgiving-themed artwork into our picture studies.  Though a true picture study is normally stretched out over a term, we will be discussing the following paintings during our American history time, so we’ll be using a simple, modified approach. If you are new to Charlotte Mason picture studies, check out this post… Continue reading Thanksgiving in Art: Five Great Works for Picture Study