Well... the first thing you need to do is get art supplies. Here are a few recipes we use: http://www.homeschool-tips.com/TipSC.asp?SCId=58212
BUT... if you want the ultimate list of craft supply recipes, you HAVE to check out http://www.kid-tips.com
For *real* supplies, your best bet is to first decide what you need. Chances are, you won`t have much use for a $300 paint set, but the cheapo paints from your local office supply store will fit the bill!
Here is a HUGE collection of some of my favorite art sites. Some of them have art lessons, some arts and crafts, and some art history.
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Kids Create!: Art & Craft Experiences for 3- To 9-Year-Olds
Over 150 creative craft and art activities for children ages three to nine years old. Laurie Carlson has captured the joy of creating while introducing the basics of working with paper and paste, clay and dough, printmaking, sculpture, and various other techniques. Includes time guides and degree of difficulty levels.
Adventures in Art: Arts & Crafts Experiences for 8-To 13-Year Olds
Artistic adventures into a world of paints, pastels, ethnic and recycled art, sculpture, 3D art, still life, perspective, charcoal, landscapes, batik, silkscreen, and much more. Encourage kidsī natural creativity while exposing them to the styles of art through the ages. 500 illustrations.