Comprehensive Music Appreciation for Elementary Homeschool

Comprehensive Music Appreciation Curriculum for Elementary Homeschool | Renée at Great Peace #homeschool #homeschoolmusicappreciation #musicappreciation #curriculum #ihsnet

My son has a great hunger for music. Whether he’s learning at the piano, singing in worship, or studying the great classics he simply thinks in music. Which is one reason why homeschool music appreciation for the elementary years is so important. With his gifted mind gifted mind comes a rhythmic processing ability. Whenever he’s thinking, he’s humming, whenever he’s challenged he’s humming, whenever he […] Read More

How to Teach the Art of Portrait Drawings in Homeschool

How to Teach Homeschool Art Portrait Drawings | Renée at Great Peace #homeschoolart #portraitdrawings #art #ihsnet

Did you know you can teach homeschool art with very little difficulty? You can I’m sharing my favorite resource below for teaching comprehensive art lessons inside your own home. My son loves art. He’s always been one to doodle and sketch his way through a day. This past summer he asked me if there was a way that he could learn how to do portrait […] Read More

Teaching Music in Homeschool with 10 Free Piano Lessons Apps

Teaching Music Appreciation in Homeschool with 10 Free Piano Lessons Apps | Renée at Great Peace #musicappreciation #pianolessons #homeschool #ihsnet

As I’ve stated before, music appreciation curriculum doesn’t have to look like reading from books. Rather it’s about teaching music in the homeschool. These 10 free piano lesson apps allow kids to explore learning to play piano without you having to break the bank. It doesn’t have to be complicated. Sometimes you just have to let them explore making music. One of the best ways to explore a […] Read More

Learning to Play Music in Homeschool

Learning to Play Music in Homeschool | Renée at Great Peace #homeschool #musicappreciation #musiclessons #ihsnet

Music is amazing. It has the ability to change moods. But, think of how amazing it is when your child learns to play beautiful music.  Whether it’s guitar or piano, violin or trumpet learning to play music not only teaches the art of music, it teaches math skills, performance, and discipline. This post contains affiliate advertisement links. Knowing that we were going to move to Missouri, […] Read More

Top 10 Music Appreciation Curricula for Homeschoolers

Top 10 Music Appreciation Curriculum for Homeschool | Renée at Great Peace #homeschool | RenéeatGreatPeace.com #musciappreciation #homeschool #ihsnet #music

So yesterday I started sharing the Ultimate Guide to teaching Music in your Homeschool. This is part 2 of a 5 day hopscotch. Sometimes the easiest way to include a subject into our learning days is to have a curriculum that guides us through the process. Which is why today, we are going to take a look at the top 10 music appreciation curricula that is available […] Read More

The Ultimate How to Teach Music in Homeschool Guide

How to Teach Music in Homeschool | Renée at Great Peace #homeschool #music #muiscappreciation #ihsnet

 5 Days of Music in Homeschool Homeschooling is life schooling, I say this time and again. Homeschool music appreciation curriculum doesn’t have to look like books and paper.  The best way to teach music in homeschool is to have music playing in your homeschooling. I think it’s important for homeschoolers to round out a child’s education with a study of the arts. We do this in a […] Read More

Health and Nutrition Curriculum for Homeschool High School

There are times when my teen boy does not want his mom to teach him. When it comes to his health, his own body, this is especially true. It’s just awkward.  In these teen years I know that the lessons taught now will serve as a foundation for good healthy habits in the future. Which is why I want to be sure he learns the importance […] Read More

Homeschooling 10th Grade with These Curriculum Picks

Homeschooling 10th Grade High School Curriculum Picks | Renée at Great Peace #homeschool #ihsnet

This year we’re homeschooling 10th grade. I’m going to be honest with you. Homeschooling high school still makes me nervous. Maybe it’s because of the pressure of knowing that these are the last years before my son launches into adulthood.  This post contains affiliate advertisement and compensated links to products or services.  I read other bloggers and experts on the subject, and have many homeschool […] Read More