Clap for Classics! offers delightful, affordable online music classes for your baby, toddler, preschooler, and kindergartner. If you have wanted to introduce your young children to classical music, but you aren’t quite sure where to begin, Clap for Classics! offers you an opportunity to make musical memories with your children in your own home regardless […]
Art and Music
Many of us want to provide our children with a musical education. We want our children to appreciate the music written by others, to understand how to read notes, and maybe even to learn how to play an instrument themselves. Unfortunately, the daily grind of the basics often seems to crowd out any space for
Wondering how to teach art in your homeschool? Give chalk pastels a try! This post contains affiliate links. I received a product for free. All opinions are honest and my own; I was not required to write a positive review. Please see disclaimer. I’ve never thought of myself as an artist. In fact, previously I would
Mary Prather, veteran homeschool mom, has used her background as a public school music educator to develop music appreciation resources the whole homeschool family can enjoy. You’ll love her perspective on homegrown learning, her valuable insights about the freedom we have as homeschoolers, and her encouragement to include music study in our education endeavors. Watch
You Are an Artist! (a video interview with Tricia Hodges and Lucia “Nana” Hames from ChalkPastel.com)
What a treat to get to talk with Tricia Hodges and Lucia “Nana” Hames from ChalkPastel.com! We discussed Tricia’s homeschool journey, Nana’s love for art, and all the art encouragement they provide for homeschool families. Watch the video, read the show notes, and share with your friends! Prefer to listen to your content? Subscribe to Homeschool
As the children and I prepared to delve deeply into the modern era for our textbook-free history studies, I knew I wanted to include the study of modern music as well. With 5 kids ranging from preschool to precalculus, however, I realized we needed something customizable and easy-to-use that would still give us a rich
A hands-on project inspired by Native American winter counts is a simple, fun accompaniment to your American history studies.
Music appreciation is not a luxury. Nurturing a love of music doesn’t have to be complicated and it doesn’t have to be perfect. Let me share some of the tips and tricks our family uses to incorporate the study of music in our home! #TextbookFree
Looking for some fresh, new Christmas music? Don’t miss these 6 unique Christmas albums.