Shanna Clark is a Jesus lover, ring bearer, kid counter, forehead kisser, one eye brow raised lay-down-the-law giver, and joy seeker. She is a blogger at It’s A Wonderful MomLife where she writes about motherhood, marriage, and faith. She is married to Chad and they have five boys and five girls, ages 2-16.
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**This post does contain affiliate links. Feel free to read my affiliate disclosure here.* It's been a few years since I did a "read through the bible" plan and I've been wanting to try a new one this year. I was really excited to find Robin Ridgeway's new devotional...read more
One of my goals for this school year was to add in consistent art projects and art history to our homeschool lessons. In addition, I really wanted my kids to experiment with different art mediums and products. This has been such a fun process and I was surprised how...read more
Want to join the 2018 Joy Seekers Scripture Memory Challenge and memorize 52 Verses in 52 weeks? Enter your name and email and click "I'm In!" You'll receive the 52 printable verse cards in your email along with an invite to join our secret Facebook accountability...read more
It's always been a goal of mine to make art a priority in our homeschool, but I've struggled to find a curriculum that worked well for our family. I wanted an art program that would teach my students to: Study great artists Study and recognize famous pieces of art...read more
I love it when our studies cause more than one school subject to meet each other. This year we have been intentional about studying both art history and geography in depth. It just so happened that as we were going through our six week Project Masterpiece study of...read more
At the beginning of the school year, I decided to make art study and art history a priority in our homeschool. We started with a six week unit study on one of my favorite artists, Mary Cassatt. Silhouettes, Fancy Hats, & Mary Cassatt As I was scrolling through...read more
We've been working through our six-week unit study on Mary Cassatt and I wanted to create a simple art project that would inspire my kids to draw like our artist and be exposed to a new art medium. **This post does contain affiliate links. Feel free to read...read more
The kids and I have been studying Mary Cassatt in our Art History studies this year. Cassatt was heavily influenced by by the Impressionism movement, so I thought it would be fun for the kids and I to try out a painting project in the style ourselves! **This post does...read more
I've always wanted my kids to have an appreciation for great art. I've wanted them to be able to recognize well-known paintings and have a general knowledge of the life of the artists who created them. And to be honest, I've always wanted this for myself as well....read more