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Big List of Homeschool Art Supplies

Some people tend to be crafty, and others have a more classical approach to art. I do a little of both but tend more toward a fine arts approach when it comes to materials. If you’re looking for help in choosing art supplies, look no further! I’ve made a list and done the shopping for you!

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Big List of Homeschool Art Supplies

This list offers important art supplies designated for beginner, intermediate, and advanced students. It is by no means intended to limit materials to any age group but is categorized in hopes of assisting you, Homeschool Mom.  Use this big list to easily identify materials that work well for most learners and, if you’re not already, consider putting art into your homeschool repertoire. As always, keep in mind your child’s needs and abilities.

Start with a few basic items and build your supply each year. Don’t think it’s not possible to teach homeschool art even with limited space. Go here for tips on organizing your supplies.

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Homeschool Art Supplies by Grade

Beginner: Preschool - 3rd Grade Big lIst of Art Supplies

Beginner: Preschool – 3rd Grade

Big List of Homeschool Art Supplies: Intermediate- Upper Elementary to Early Middle School

Intermediate- Upper Elementary to Early Middle School

 Advanced- Late Middle School and High School

Advanced- Late Middle School and High School

Always On-Hand & Recycles- Big list of homeschool art suppliesAlways On-Hand & Recycles-

  • paper towels
  • toilet paper rolls
  • jars
  • bubble wrap
  • newspaper
  • cardboard
  • styrofoam trays
  • egg crates
  • paper plates
  • salt
  • Q-tips
  • old magazines, postcards and calendars for collages
  • art books
  • artist prints for appreciation
  • masking tape

What would you add to this big list of homeschool art supplies?

Do you need other resources to help you teach art in your homeschool, art project ideas or even suggestions for homeschool art curriculum?  Check out these other articles on how to homeschool art.

About the author

Stephanie Harrington

Stephanie was a military spouse for 20 years and has homeschooled for more than 17 years. She and her husband of 25 years retired from the military and settled in their native state of Iowa where they continue to homeschool their youngest child. Her homeschool style is eclectic with Charlotte Mason and classical influences. She continues to encourage and support homeschoolers through her writings and curriculum development.
When she isn't teaching or writing she enjoys sightseeing, gardening, and cooking.

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