Four years ago we moved into the Owl House. A generous friend asked if we had room for a piano–their family was growing and they could use the space. We said yes, and a team of neighbors delivered a shiny, black piano and then tucked into the corner of our dining room. The only problem? No one in our house played the piano! Enter Mr.
As homeschoolers, we know that educational resources make wonderful gifts. We love Dover Publications because they have so many offerings to choose from and they are frugal! So I am sharing with you some gifts ideas from Dover Publications. Because you, too, can find so many educational resources for your homeschool and check things off your Christmas list. ~Don’t miss the discount code plus the
The Christmas season is filled with special sights, sounds, and memories of friends and loved ones. This is the time of year we celebrate family traditions and spend time with those who mean so much to us. Every year my family looks forward to listening to Christmas carols together. They are special, often simple songs, that are timeless and beautiful reminders of the season. During the month of December
If you cringe at the thought of personal piano lessons for all your kids, you NEED to check out online piano lessons with Hoffman Academy. It’s the perfect choice for piano lessons for families on a budget. Hoffman Academy is a FREE online piano tutorial series that’s perfect for kids (and adults!) that want to learn how to play the piano. And, yes, you read
When I am looking for fabulous extras to round out our homeschool year, I always check out the offerings at Home School in the Woods. They have wonderful timeline materials, history studies, lapbooks, and more! Today I’d love to share how we’re using Home School in the Woods Composers Activity-Pak. Learning about composers Teaching music study does not come easily to me, so when I
“We are the dinosaurs, marching, marching…We are the dinosaurs, whad da ya think of that?” Laurie Berkner is one of our all-time favorite children’s artists. Her songs remind us of happy, dancing days when my children were much younger. Days of Noggin and nursery rhymes. And mornings my children would listen to their morning room time CDs filled with Laurie Berkner, the Harrow Family’s Sing
When my son first began piano lessons at the age of four, his instructor utilized a variety of instructional materials. When we moved a couple years later, we began to seek out a new instructor. The question we would hear most often is, With what method has he been learning? I wasn’t able to answer this question – I really didn’t know. We soon settled upon an
Want to know something I look forward to this time of year? All the homeschool resources for all ages on sale! I’m sharing three with you today. First, I especially enjoy picking out the Harmony Fine Arts Plans we will enjoy next school year. Harmony Fine Arts for Music and Art Appreciation fit nicely with our Tapestry of Grace studies. (My review of Harmony Fine