Are there any homeschool moms here who are frustrated that they don’t have the time or means to include music in their homeschools? I’m happy to share that Gena Mayo of Music in Our Homeschool has two brand new products for sale this week!
First, let me tell you about the great self-paced online course at Music in Our Homeschool:
If you have a high schooler who needs a fine arts credit, you’ll want to look into this! Once it’s purchased, it’s yours forever, so all of your kids will be able to use it and get a 1/2 credit during high school. But, it can also be used for Mom to guide her kids through the 36 weekly lessons and even to teach at a homeschool co-op!
Through August 15, 2016, get $30 off the course price! Head over to the Music in Our Course site to preview some lessons for free.
Second, if you’d prefer an ebook curriculum, you’ll want to check out her new one:
If purchased separately, it’s $10 off this week or get it in a Bundle with the previous volume 21 Lessons in 20th Century American Music Appreciation for $20 off!
What’s included in the ebook?
Learn about these composers and music from Europe and South America during the 20th Century:
- R. Strauss
- De Falla
- Vaughn Williams
- Schoenberg, Berg, and Webern
- Kodaly and Orff
- The Beatles and other pop groups of the British Invasion
- Andrew Lloyd Webber and other composers of musical theater
All links to listen to their music, as well as notebooking pages, are included.
Remember this sale ends August 15!
“As a music educator, I appreciate the depth and organization Gena has put into her music curriculum. She provides many interesting facts and resources comparable to my college music history classes for high school students to learn about different composers of 20th Century European and South American music.” –Kathy Gossen of Cornerstone Confessions.
“Gena has done it again! This is a wonderfully comprehensive look at musicians from the 20th century, a great addition to her previous curriculum on American artists. There were so many composers whose music I was familiar with but didn’t know their names or anything else about them. I look forward to teaching this in my homeschool!” –Michelle Habrych, homeschool mom of two teens