Volume 1: Baroque Composers
of SQUILT is now available! SQUILT stands for Super Quiet Uninterrupted Listening Time. It’s a great (and inexpensive) way to add some composer and classical music study into your homeschool!
Ten pieces of great Baroque music are included in volume 1, as well as general notebooking pages, definitions of musical terms, and more for your kids to make their own music notebooks. There are 51 Pages of material!
What will your children learn with SQUILT, volume 1? Check out the table of contents:
What are some ways to use SQUILT in your homeschool?
1. Do one lesson per week. Listen to the music daily (the YouTube links are included) and do a worksheet on 2 of the days. It will take you 10 weeks to study the Baroque period. OR
2. Do one lesson every 2-3 weeks. This will allow you to study the Baroque period for the whole school year. OR
3. Do one lesson per month. This is more of the Charlotte Mason way of doing composer study–to really focus on just one composer for a longer period of time.
We’re excited to begin using SQUILT this year. I’ll be posting more about it after we start!
It’s time for our Link Up Party: From House to Home!
Only 2 rules: 1. Link up family-friendly posts (exact post, not website) about making your house into a home: homemaking, parenting, homeschooling, marriage, loving God! 2. Link back to my site with the button below or a text link. Thanks! The code can be found at the top of the Link Party page. (If you don’t link back, your link might be deleted.)
By the way, if you have a post about your homeschool curriculum, link it up here. (It will be open for a few months, so come back if you need to!)
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