Help your child learn how to draw even if your stick figures stink!

Image of person dressed like Rembrandt with orange beret-type hat, tan jacket, orange shirt and spreading fingers with pencil in one hand. In front of Rembrandt is an orange rectangle at an angle with the words Drawing with Rembrandt.

Teaching your child beginning drawing has never been easier!

"We love your videos! They are so helpful! Thank you so much!”
Lorena T.

Does this sound familiar?

Your kids want to learn how to draw, but you don't have any art training and even your stick figures are funky!

Stick figure girl and boy

Let’s face it – teaching drawing when you lack confidence in your skills and art training can be pretty intimidating.

And even if you like to draw and are creative, it's hard to know where to start in teaching your kids how to draw.

It’s so exhausting to spend hours of planning and prep work for every subject. With teaching and grading math, writing and ALL THE THINGS, (and fitting in laundry, shopping, cooking and cleaning), you don’t really want to start from scratch on another subject you're not comfortable with.

And when you have actually put in the work to add art to the school day, there’s nothing more disheartening than having your children get frustrated because they can't follow your lead.

If only your child could get lessons from a Dutch Master!

You know there have got to be kid-friendly art resources out there that are “open and go”, but you haven’t found them yet.

Maybe you’ve even searched the library for drawing books or gotten lost on YouTube looking up videos of how to draw.

 And yet, it’s not quite working.

You’re just not comfortable teaching a subject you have little background in. You’re tired of scouring the internet for resources to create a hodge-podge mess of a curriculum. And how on earth are you going to make it fun so your kids fall in love with drawing and art?

You’re not alone. Many homeschool moms feel inadequate in teaching drawing.

The truth is that having the right curriculum is a game-changer, one that will give you the confidence and relief of providing fun, engaging lessons for your budding artist, and even offer “plug and play” lessons with everything you need in one place.

YES, I WANT THIS NOW!

Hi, I'm Justina!
(AKA Rembrandt!)

And I want to be your guide in teaching drawing to your children!

As a homeschooling mom, I know that I don't have confidence in teaching every subject, so it's a godsend to find someone else who can help with the subjects I'd rather not teach. I know I don't want another curriculum that requires two to three hours of prep for every hour of lessons!

Fortunately, I discovered online courses where a teacher who is passionate about a subject area guides you and your child through those subjects and makes everything easy.

That’s exactly what Drawing with Rembrandt is – an online course that gives you the confidence that your children will learn to draw. With simple projects, your children can easily follow along with Rembrandt to learn the basics.

Simply log in and your child will soon be on the way to drawing like Rembrandt.

Image of smiling woman with brown hair in red shirt learning against a tree

INTRODUCING

Image of person dressed like Rembrandt with orange beret-type hat, tan jacket, orange shirt and spreading fingers with pencil in one hand. In front of Rembrandt is an orange rectangle at an angle with the words Drawing with Rembrandt. Orange and yellow shapes and squiggly lines and pencils surround this image.

Drawing With Rembrandt is an easy-to-use, all-in-one online course for elementary students, designed to help beginners discover that “you CAN learn to draw!” 

History and art come to life as Rembrandt guides your child through simple projects. Your child will quickly learn the basics from a Dutch Master but also find that even a Master erases and tries again.

If you are a homeschooling parent, especially if you are a Classical Conversations tutor, or if you want to give your elementary student the gift of learning to draw, this is an opportunity that I promise you will not want to miss.

Volume 2 of Drawing with Rembrandt includes basic beginner techniques as well as ancient history drawing projects if you want to pair this with history study.

"My daughter loves these videos. They are easy to follow and give her confidence. She is eager to show me her drawings after each lesson.”
Sarah K.

Image of computer screen in center with image of person dressed like Rembrandt with orange beret-type hat, tan jacket, orange shirt and spreading fingers with pencil in one hand. In front of Rembrandt is an orange rectangle at an angle with the words Drawing with Rembrandt. Above the screen are the words in orange Volume 2 Medieval History Focus. There are screens around the main computer screen with image from the videos in the course.

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

When you purchase Drawing with Rembrandt, you will have instant access to the tools you need to teach with the confidence of Rembrandt! You and your child will follow a clear path using the elements of shape to learn the basics of drawing with history-related projects along the way.

Volume 2 Includes:
18 Video Lessons led by Rembrandt - Video lessons cover the basic elements of shape, mirror images, upsidedown images, abstract art and drawing with perspective plus projects to pair with medieval history study. (Value $180)

SAMPLE LESSONS:

Image of computer screen of Rembrandt by whiteboard with the word Oils at the top with different shapes. Below in orange are the words The Elements of Shape and Oils.
Image of computer screen with image of Rembrandt by whiteboard with the picture of a fish. Below in orange are the words How to Draw a Fish.
Image of computer screen with image of Rembrandt by whiteboard with the picture of a butterfly. Below in orange are the words How to Draw a Upsidedown Beginning Images.
Image of computer screen with image of Rembrandt by whiteboard with the picture of half a house. Below in orange are the words How to Draw a House Using Mirror Images.
Image of computer screen with image of Rembrandt by whiteboard with the picture of half a castle. Below in orange are the words How to Draw a Medieval Castle Using Mirror Image.
Image of computer screen with image of Rembrandt by whiteboard with the picture of an abstract castle. Below in orange are the words How to Draw an Abstract Castle.
Image of computer screen with image of Rembrandt by whiteboard with the picture of 3D geometric shapes. Below in orange are the words How to Draw with Perspective for Beginners.
Image of computer screen with image of Rembrandt by whiteboard with the picture of a castle. Below in orange are the words How to Draw a Medieval Castle with Perspective.
Image of computer screen with image of Rembrandt by whiteboard with the picture of a knight. Below in orange are the words How to Draw a Knight.

This is for you if:

  • You want your child to learn how to draw in a fun, engaging curriculum.
  • You want a drawing curriculum where you can lead your child but you don’t have to do a lot of preparation.
  • You want the curriculum (videos, lesson plans, worksheets) all in one place.
  • You want your child to be well-rounded.
  • You are a homeschooling parent wanting to teach your child art.


This is NOT for you if:

  • Your child is already advanced in drawing.

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Miranda M.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What are the benefits of drawing I don’t know about? 

Drawing is beneficial to brain development as it works both sides of the brain and enhances creativity and self-expression skills. Art education will balance out the more academic subjects to bring beauty and enjoyment into your child’s life and will give your child a well-rounded education.

How much time should I devote to drawing?

You can plan on spending 10-20 minutes three days a week.

GET ALL 18 VIDEO LESSONS FOR $57!

($180 Value)