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Are you crafty…?
If you’re anything like me, then your answer is a resounding ‘NO!’
But, of course, that doesn’t mean your children take after you and get more glue on their hands than on the cardboard. Or knit a scarf with so many dropped stitches it will never keep anyone warm!
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So, how do you teach craft subjects in your homeschool when the last craft project you did, that you were really proud of, was when you were still in kindergarten (and you’re pretty sure you’re mum still has it, somewhere)?
Or, your 7th-grade art teacher took one look at your attempt at a project and never bothered with you again? (Yep, that was me!)
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What about if you were brought up by a mother who was both crafty and arty? What if she was a dressmaker (who made her own patterns) and she could knit, crochet, quilt and paint with oils? (I’m pretty sure it was a major disappointment to her when she realized she was raising a tomboy who would rather be outside with the animals than learning to sew.)
That’s where Craftsy comes in.
Craftsy has kits for your younger homeschoolers and online classes for your older homeschoolers and you too!
Subjects include sewing, knitting, quilting, cooking, photography, embellishing & embossing and many, many more.
For the younger children, there are project bundles including the arts & crafts library, create your own comic book, build beeswax candles, and many many more.
Until the 2nd June, you will receive a free kids project bundle when you sign-up for an annual subscription. And, as a subscriber, you will receive exclusive classes, kits and supplies.
I may not be able to sew or knit but I love cooking and learning new techniques as well as getting Mr 16, Miss 14 and Miss 12 into the kitchen.
So, you guessed it, the cooking section is my favorite.
They have everything.
Beginners classes, one-pot cooking, weeknight meals, healthy cooking, how to bake homemade bread in a hurry, baking classes, even cake decorating.
Plus Craftsy also has all the supplies you need no matter which class you are interested in.
If you decide to take a Craftsy class, please let me know how you go. I’d love to have another opinion on the courses.
Enjoy the Journey.
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Author: Lara Galea
Lara is a freelance writer, blogger, photographer and homeschooler. When not helping others with their journey, she is either reading, binge-watching Netflix or creating havoc in the kitchen.