100+ Music Field Trips for Homeschool Music Appreciation

Music Field Trips for Homeschool Music Appreciation | | Renée at Great Peace #music #muiscappreciation #fieldtrips #homeschool #ihsnet

Music Field Trips to Consider Exposing your child to live music field trips through live performances can go a long way in the overall artistic development of your child.As we continue to explore ways to teach music appreciation in homeschool we can’t forget how important it is to take musical field trips. Whether your goal is to inspire musical creativity or to encourage a love […] 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

Homeschooling the Gifted Child

Homeschooling the Gifted Child | Renée at Great Peace #gifted #gtchat #ihsnet #homeschool

For this series I am exploring different aspects of homeschooling the gifted child. If you are parenting a gifted child, or suspect that you have a gifted child, I hope you’ll follow along as I explore what it’s like to homeschool the gifted child.  This post contains affiliate ad links. This post contains affiliate advertisement links to 3rd party sites. I’m a homeschooling mom to […] Read More

LEGO Therapy Ideas for Special Needs Children

LEGO Therapy Ideas for Special Needs Children | Renée at Great Peace #specialneeds #LEGO #homeschool #ihsnet

LEGO® Bricks are such a versatile toy. We all know that they make great educational tools because kids love them so much they don’t realize they are learning while playing with them. Additionally, they make great tools for LEGO Therapy for fine, and gross motor development. They also can be used for vision training, speech training, and so much more. These versatile toys, the simple LEGO Bricks […] Read More

Introducing the Elephant Poaching Crisis to Homeschool Students

Teaching Homeschoolers about the Elephant Poaching Crisis with a Family Friendly Film | Renée at Great Peace #homeschool #savethelephants #elephantconservation #ihsnet

You know that in our family we purpose to spend time together as a family. What that looks like is a variety of family time activities depending on what’s going on in our world. This month our family time was a family movie night that also doubled as a lesson in elephant poaching.  When you have a child who has emotional sensitivities it can be […] Read More

Homeschool Notebooking 101 What You Need to Know

Homeschool Notebooking 101 - What You Need to Know | Renée at Great Peace #ihsnet #homeschool #notebooking

Notebooking, It’s much Easier than You Think Notebooking is one of those terms that you might hear often in homeschooling circles. If you are new to education at home, or, you’ve been homeschooling in a traditional way, you may not be aware of what homeschool notebooking is, and how simple it is to incorporate it into your homeschool routine.  This post contains affiliate advertisement links […] Read More

Gifts for Math Minded Kids

Gifts for Math Minded Kids | #gifted #gtchat #homeschool #ihsnet

When you have a math minded child it’s incredible how fast they absorb numerical information. Their minds are moving so rapidly that they may struggle to relax. I often think that my son would lay in bed calculating physics or composing music all night if we didn’t intervene. He just wants and needs more, and if you have a math minded child yours does as […] Read More