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Missing Art? Tips for Adding Art into Your Homeschool

Disclosure: Post contains affiliate links. This week’s topic for the Virtual Curriculum Fair is Seeking Beauty: The Arts. Our hosts areSusan @ Homeschooling Hearts & Minds  and Lisa @ Golden Grasses. Even though I’ve participated in the Virtual Curriculum Fair for several years, I have never written on this topic. The simple reason is that I have […]

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Experience History Through Music by Diana Waring

It’s summer. We don’t have to do school, right? Maybe not officially, but I like to make sure we’re still learning. Recently, I’ve had a great opportunity to sneak a little history into my family’s day. Experience History Through Music I don’t know if your kids are like mine, but I cannot watch a video or […]

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Harmony Fine Arts art and Music Appreciation

I have a little confession. I know next to nothing about studying art and music. Pathetically little. I’d like to remedy that, and it’s something I hope my children never say. Charlotte Mason suggests very simple ways for adding in picture study and classical music to your days. They are simple, but to someone with […]

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A Young Scholar’s Guide to Composers

Bright Ideas Press is a family-owned and operated company that specializes in “Practical, Fun, and Affordable History, Geography, and Science Resources”. Maggie Hogan began homeschooling her now grown sons in 1991. Since there weren’t many resources for homeschoolers available then, she got a lot of practice writing her own curriculum. She is now using that […]

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