5 Unexpected Ways to Teach Music Appreciation in your Homeschool

5 Unexpected Ways to Teach Music in Homeschool | Renée at Great Peace #musicappreciation #homeschool #ihsnet

Teaching music appreciation is an important component to homeschooling. While many don’t believe this to be true, music appreciation can be just as vital as the core subjects you teach from home. Music can serve as a foundation of math learning. Music can inspire creative thinking, writing, and dramatic reading. Music can bring peacefulness to the school day, or lift spirits when the winter doldrums […] Read More

Music Appreciation Resources for Teaching Homeschool

Music Appreciation Resources for Homeschool | Renée at Great Peace #homeschool #musicappreciation #ihsnet

Homeschooling allows us to dive into subjects that many public schools are abandoning. Often this is due to very tight budgets. Other times it’s because those subjects simply aren’t found on the state mandated tests. Music appreciation is one of those subjects. But in homeschooling, we can embrace these subjects. That’s why I’m bringing you this music appreciation resources list.  This post contains affiliate advertisement […] Read More

Music Appreciation in the Homeschool

Music Appreciation in the Homeschool with SQUILT | GreatPeaceAcademy.com #ihsnet #homeschool

Clear and Simple Homeschool Music Curriculum Finding a homescool music appreciation curriculum that’s easy to use and really teaches a child how to listen to music makes a homeschool mom’s life much easier.  Plus, it has great information about music dynamics, and composition so you know your child is well-equipped with knowledge or musical arts.   I love listening to classical music. I have since […] Read More

Comprehensive Music Appreciation

Comprehensive Music Appreciation Study from Zeezok Publishing, Review | Great Peace Academy

Elementary Music Appreciation from Zeezok Publishing Jonathan has a great hunger for music. Whether he’s learning at the piano, singing in worship or studying the great classics he thinks in music. With his gifted mind comes a rhythmic processing ability. Whenever he’s thinking, he’s humming, whenever he’s challenged he’s humming, whenever he is happy, he’s humming.  So for me I want to feed his musical […] Read More