2. Clipart and Science
While colleges have the budget to have a professional graphics department oversee the licensed used of their mascot to ensure it's consistency and integrity, high schools do not, and typically rely on generation after generation of student volunteer artists to create art for t-shirts, banners, the yearbook and other school projects. The problem is the lack of consistency. If you had 100 artists draw a panther, they'd all look completely different - each with their own style; and inconsistency is the single biggest factor in deteriorating a brand. The Pillsbury Doughboy doesn't look a lot different now than he did 50 years ago, and for good reason.
Homeschool parents are constantly seeking ideas to stimulate the mind of their children. One way to stimulate young minds is through the use of clipart and visual aids. Here are three ideas that can help LDS homeschooling parents utilize clipart in their daily lessons: