As a previous early learning teacher, Sunday school teacher and mom, I have come to the conclusion that children LOVE music. Music gets the kid’s attention, helps them learn, brings about peace and joy, and just so much more. Even now, my children (a little older- 8 and 11), find it better memorizing scripture if they […]
Is music a part of your homeschool? Here are many, many preschool resources for nursery rhyme songs and popular children’s songs! You’ll find free, printable sheet music for songs like “The Wheels On the Bus” and “The Farmer In the Dell” and resources such as piano fingering charts and music theory worksheets. You’ll want to find […]
If you have students that are learning music in your homeschool, these images are great to hang up and make cards with.There are so many amazing images that you can use. There are common rythmic elements, clefs, staves lines, different bar lines and more. There are cute cards that show you how to clap out […]
This Treble Clef Note Crossword Puzzle is a terrific way for beginners and intermediate youngsters to learn note names! Music theory was never more fun!Click here to download your free printable! Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save time, money and stress with our award-winning online homeschool curriculum!
Lapbooks are a fun way to make any subject more interesting! This free, printable Music Theory Lapbook covers note values, symbols, the Solfege System, and much more!Click here to download your free printable! Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save time, money and stress with our award-winning online homeschool curriculum!
M&Ms would make any drill more interesting, and most kids are up for this challenge! This printable is a great way to drill the names of musical notes. The M&M Note Name Challenge quizzes students by asking them to place their candy pieces on the correct treble or bass clef note. If they guess correctly, they get to […]