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The school year is starting up soon for most kids, including homeschoolers. Music is one subject that some of us set aside for some later date that may or may not happen. Why not plan to incorporate music in your homeschool plans this year?
While I am a huge fan of the piano, I know many homeschool students who choose the violin as their instrument. Perfect for beginners, this Violin Starter Set contains everything your child needs to play the violin. (Affiliate links in post)
What’s more, it includes a great teacher, the award-winning eMedia My Violin interactive Win/Mac CD-ROM. Available in three sizes so kids as young as 5 can learn to play! Here’s what Kole, age 11, has to say about the Violin Starter Set for Kids.
Kole has a point – what is the difference between a fiddle and a violin? Do you know?? Leave your answer in the comments!!
Here’s more ideas on how you can incorporate music to your lessons:
- Easy ways to add music to your lessons
- How to teach economics to elementary kids with music
- 9 ways to bring music into your homeschool
- 5 ways to “teach” music to your preschooler
Big thanks to Kole for his wonderful review of the Violin Starter Set!!