This is the second post in our Composer Study Series!
The basic idea of composer study is this:
Pick a composer to study, read great books about him and listen to the music often! I also like to incorporate coloring sheets, worksheets and even notebooking while they are listening the the music. The Charlotte Mason way of composer study is usually to take an entire term to study one composer. That would be one composer every 9-12 weeks. I prefer to do one a month or one every 6 weeks, that’s just my preference.
This week is all about Mozart! Below is a list of printables, resources and ideas for you to use to create your own Mozart Composer Study!
About Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – an audio story with music samples from Classics for Kids with a worksheet and an online quiz.
DSO Kids has a Listen and Learn Composer section with a Mozart biography and music samples.
Mozart Biography from Enchanted Learning
Lesson Plans, Printables and Unit Studies:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Homeschool Lesson Plans from Making Music Fun . There is a free printable music biography, create a writing assignment, word searches and other worksheets, and lots of free printable sheet music so your children can try to play like Mozart!
FREE Mozart Unit, Lapbook and Notebook Printables from Homeschool Share
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Coloring Page
We love these books for learning about Mozart:
Mozart the Wonder Boy $12.99
Getting to Know WOlfgang Amadeus Mozart $6.95
Mozart Finds a Melody $5.57
Mozart The story of a little boy and his sister who gave concerts FREE for Kindle!
Check out our first post in our Composer Series:
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for over 16 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!
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