We were SUPER excited to have the opportunity to host Jim Warner from MoxieBox Art.
You can view our recorded live discussion to learn more about the story of MoxieBox Art. Discussion topics include details about their new and upcoming products and their commitment to homeschooling. We encourage everyone to take advantage of this awesome opportunity to learn all about MoxieBoxnArt from its founder.
About MoxieBox Art
At MoxieBox Art, they value creativity for ALL ages!
When we started our business three years ago, we set out with a vision to help every child explore their inner artist as a way to express themselves and instill confidence at a young age. This goal led to the creation of our curriculum based art boxes which provide children with the tools and knowledge they need to grow as an artist each month. What sets us apart from the rest is that our boxes are actually interactive art lessons that can serve as supplemental educational materials in school and at home. Our boxes are utilized in a variety of settings- including charter schools, homeschooling families, after school programs, and as an introductory activity for children/parents who love art but aren’t sure how to get started. - From their blog page, What is a MoxieBox?
What’s Inside a MoxieBox?
Each MoxieBox focuses on one lesson which consists of four or more steps that can be spread out over the course of a week or a month to serve as a daily art lesson for students. In addition to expanding their skillset, each child will finish their monthly lesson having created their own unique masterpiece to cherish and display in their own home!
Every MoxieBox comes with:
A complete, grade-appropriate art lesson.
All of the art supplies needed for that lesson (all individually provided for each student).
A spiral-bound, full-color manual introducing a new medium and artist or movement specific to that lesson.
In addition to expanding their skillset, each child will finish their monthly lesson having created their own unique masterpiece to cherish and display in their own home.
MoxieBoxes are split into four different levels based on what is appropriate for each grade or age. As the child grows as an artist, the box level grows with them.
Primary (Kindergarten-2nd grade)
Elementary (3rd-5th grade)
Junior High (6th-8th grade)
High School (9th-12th grade)
The Kindergarten through 5th-grade boxes require adult assistance and include a Moxie University page with additional information, as well as fun facts specific to that lesson. The Junior High and High School level boxes can be worked on independently and include a MoxieBox U page written by Matthew Kirby, creator of the popular game Apples to Apples, which offers additional information as well as critical thinking challenges.
MoxieBox is more than Art Boxes - Explore these other great offerings from MoxieBox Art:
On the MoxieBox Art Museums page, you can find out where you to visit the most famous art from around the world! MoxieBox Art has curated an art search function that allows you to simply type in the name of the artist and their specific work that you're looking for, or the specific location their work is held in. For example, you can type in Leonardo Da Vinci and filter by "US States" to find the list of states that have the artist's work on display. You can also filter by the style of work of the artist, and you can filter by specific museums, as well.
Art 2 Art is a comparative card game where you learn about famous art by playing a game based on the popular Apples to Apples game. Art 2 Art is in fact designed by the creator of Apples to Apples, Matthew Kirby!
This page is where you can find supplemental information for their lessons. These free supplemental lessons are grouped by grade range.
The K-5th grade supplemental activities are part of the MoxieBox University series and include additional fun facts and information for the younger students.
The 6th-12th grade supplemental activities are part of the Moxie U series and are more detailed, often including challenges and critical thinking questions.