Don’t miss the giveaway at the end!
See The Light offers a fascinating DVD, God’s Runaway, consisting of step by step art lessons while instilling the popular Bible lesson, Jonah.
God’s Runaway Story and Art lesson consists of 238 minutes of invigorating content while drawing children to our Heavenly Father.
- The Story of Jonah told in an entertaining way.
- Obey – an art lesson teaching the art of lettering.
- Released – an art lesson teaching the basics of chalk pastels.
- Salvation is from the Lord – an art lesson instructs the basics of mixed media.
- Bonus Features
How it Worked for Us
My oldest son, 15, has completed the God’s Runaway DVD during nap time in order to not be disturbed by our curious two-year-old. He highly enjoyed it and learned an enormous amount of basic art techniques. He loves art, but has never had any formal training, so this was right up his alley.
By completing the Art Set – 1 Year Set and God’s Runaway, he has obtained his high school fine arts credit with ease and enjoyment.
We only purchased a few miscellaneous art supplies that were required to complete all of the lessons, but most we already had on hand in our art supply bin. All of the common supplies were found at Walmart. However, a black light is recommended, but is not required.
My son was pleased with his finished masterpieces and is planning on giving them to our pastor for his birthday. It was perfect timing because we just finished a series on Jonah during Sunday worship.
My seven and five-year-old sons are planning on completing God’s Runaway after the Christmas holiday and I’m sure they will not have any problems following along with the lessons even though the recommended ages are six and up. They will just have to pause when needed and go at a slower pace.
God’s Runaway can be purchased on See the Light website for 14.99. You can also visit the See the Light Facebook page.
I have one copy of God’s Runaway DVD, valued at $14.99, to giveaway.
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Gretta Johns says
We currently use Deep Space Sparkle website for art curriculum and PDF books
Jenna DeMaria says
I teach Art with the See the Light Art Class and Mike’s Inspiration Station.
We actually don’t do much formal, structured art, but my girls would sure love to! They are both aspiring artists!
Amy S says
We are searching for a good art curriculum. We have a wide range of ages in our home so we need something that works across the board.
We participate in an art class once a week with other families who home school. Other than that, we do arts and crafts type activities and would love to have something to work on together at home.
We teach art a variety of ways… co-op class, library books, various Artistic Pursuits and Barry Stebbing books, etc.
Looks like a great curriculum. I will be teaching a beginning drawing class for our vo-op
This is my first homeschool year and I’ve written my own art curriculum following tightly to our faith curriculum. Though next year I’d rather not write it myself lol.
I haven’t started homeschooling yet as my son is 3, but I’m already doing research!
Tonia Jeffery says
We are just doing preschool right now so we aren’t doing too much in the way of technical learning, but we are exploring color and texture.
Michelle Hawes says
I am always looking for things to stimulate the minds of children. I actually go to Costco and get the large pieces of light cardboard that separate the paper products such as paper towels and toilet paper and we have drawn the boats, crosses and made amazing posters. To be able to share this with these children would be beyond awesome and such a blessing : )
chris adams says
looking for a good curriculum
Maria J says
My kids would love this
Becky M says
Right now, we have art with our co-op, but it might not fit into our schedule soon. This would be great to have art at home!
Bonnie Sloan Smith says
We have done more “craft like” art but would love to look into something with more structure. Thanks for the chance!
My daughter loves art – this would be great !!!!
Cathy Ludi says
I use Deep Space Sparkle and Home Art Studio.
We do more crafts than arts, in spite of my desire to teach my girls art. They just aren’t interested if it isn’t 3D.
This is my first time hearing about this dvd and would love to win it for my sons.
Art is a very important subject in our homeschool. My father is an artist so we visit him every two weeks for a lesson and follow up activities to do at home – he has experience teaching adults but not children and I would love this resource to liven things up a bit. We do drawing lessons with Pa and appreciation lesson with mummy (me). For appreciation we look at a picture/sculpture and consider form, media, composition and are starting to apply the theory of aesthetics ( Hogarth’s line of beauty for example). Probably a bit much for a six year old but he understands it so we’ll keep going with it.
– Laura from Australia
My kids are pretty little still but we are playing with different art mediums.