In this digital bundle of musical goodies you will get EVERYTHING you need for 1-2 years of musical curriculum for your family with a 10% savings!
The Music Appreciation Digital Bundle includes the following digital resources:
- 'PRELUDE: an Introduction to Music for Children' digital workbook ($23 USD value)- a 12 lesson music education curriculum filled with creative ways to teach children about different musical themes including: The Orchestra, The Jazz Era, String Instruments, World Music and Singing just to name a few!
- 'Conversations with Composers' digital workbook ($29 USD value)- a 12 lesson curriculum that teaches children about the lives of 12 famous composers including: J.S Bach, L.V Beethoven, George Gershwin, Clara Schumann, John Williams and more!
- PLUS all 12 months of our YEAR ONE (2021-2022) "A Song A Day" Monthly Listening Calendar! ($48 USD value)
Once you have completed your purchase you will receive an email with a link to download the above digital resources, including all 12 month's of listening calendars.
All digital products are final sale and are not eligible for return. See refund policy here.
If you're looking for a more hands-off approach to teaching music check out our Music Appreciation Video Lessons Bundle!
I started homeschooling preschool with my 4 year old over the summer, but felt our lessons were missing something. We typically have a gentle lesson on letters or numbers after our afternoon quiet time while the 2 year old is still napping. But it felt like it was lacking the beauty I wanted for our school life, and there wasn’t a good transition from our lessons to having little brother with us. Enter My Homeschool Symphony! We’ve been watching the YouTube videos linked in A Song A Day as we eat snack, and I name the instruments. As someone who doesn’t consider themselves musical and doesn’t play an instrument, having a guide to introducing my kids to the vast and varied world of music and music appreciation is invaluable! I’m looking forward to using Prelude once little brother is able to participate a little more, and the composer study when both kids are ready for it as well!
My preschooler has been fascinated by the instruments he’s been introduced to, and my toddler likes joining us for some school. I don’t come from a highly musical family, although we were always listening to popular songs on the radio, and I have always loved going to ballets and musical theater. This curriculum is giving me a way to share my love for beautiful music with my children in a way I worried wasn’t possible for someone who doesn’t play an instrument!