Perfect for homeschool, after school programs, & distance learning
Travel through time and around the world, learn history with vivid videos, and create your own artworks with the help of step-by-step videos. Pick and choose the projects by topic or difficulty level, and enjoy the practice opportunities that will leave you better equipped to work on larger-scale mosaic masterpieces.
While this program is super engaging and fun, it is also highly informative and enjoyable by people of all ages and grades—even adults!
What You Get
Easy-to-follow student and teacher workbooks, filled with compelling projects, art assignments, & inspiration.
Professional presenters make art techniques and topics easy to understand through guided online art lessons.
No more prep work! Individually-packaged art supplies and all materials are included so you have everything you need.
Each lesson takes you and your students on an exciting journey to a different time and place. Adventure awaits!
All Projects Include
Each full book consists of 5 Units divided into 15 Lessons—enough art for the whole school year!
Top-notch video lessons make teaching art easier than ever.
All our programs are created in collaboration with professional artists, educators, and parents.
We respond quickly and personally, and are always eager to help.
Easily navigate through the different lessons and view brilliant historical artworks at a size everyone can see.
On orders within the continental United States.
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Fill out our request form and a member of our team will contact you to provide more details, answer your questions, and develop a custom plan for your school.
Why people love Explorations
Not only do they learn about climate, geography, social studies, and science, but the art strengthens the meaning as well. It's easy for the kids to follow along and every student is fully engaged.
— Jim, 3rd grade teacher
Art is an avenue for helping many of our students connect to school and discovering something about themselves they didn’t know they had.
— Fernando, elementary school principal