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The Curriculum Choice – 2014 Reviews

I have enjoyed writing reviews and posts for The Curriculum Choice for many years. I have slowed down this year to just a few entries but I would love for you to click over and read my entries from 2014. Make sure to pin your favorites to your Pinterest Boards


Charley Harper Puzzle and Memory Game: “This wooden handled puzzle featuring a variety of Charley Harper’s illustrations was a great way to introduce our young friend to the beautiful artwork of this artist.”


The Story of….An Introduction to the Classics: “In our home, anything that makes offering music appreciation easier is a big plus. Our family has used many of the The Story of …Introduction to The Classics CDs as part of our weekly music selections. This series makes learning about great composers super easy and enjoyable.”


Peterson Field Guides for Young Naturalists: “What would the world be without birds? Birds are a favorite subject for young children as they spy birds in their yards and at near-by parks. Nurturing a love of birds is easy when you have one or two of Peterson Field Guides for Young Naturalists on hand.”


Art in the Homeschool: “This collection of blog posts, tutorials, and art related reviews will give you some inspiration and encouragement to get started with art education or to enhance your on -going program of art appreciation. The authors here at The Curriculum Choice always have some great ideas and thoughts.”

The Story of…CDs – Classical Composers Review

The Story of CDs Review @thecurriculumchoice

The Story of …Introduction to The Classics CDs were a staple in our homeschool music appreciation plans. Each one was listened to and enjoyed several times and the music selections included with each CD gave us a taste of the delights each composer could offer.

I invite you to click over to The Curriculum Choice and read more in detail my thoughts about this series of music appreciation CDs.

These CDs are a part of the Harmony Fine Arts plans in grades 6, 7, and 8.

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Harmony Art Mom Explains: Planning Art Appreciation & More

How to Plan Art Appreciation for Homeschool and Co-Op

Are you planning art appreciation this semester? I created a post that shares how I go about making a plan for art appreciation in easy to follow steps over at The Curriculum Choice .  The steps are simple yet I have found them to be helpful whether I am building a plan for my kids or our homeschool group. I invite you to read: How to Plan Art Appreciation For Homeschool and Co-Ops.

Harmony Fine Arts plans for homeschooling

If you would like a pre-made plan, Harmony Fine Arts is continuing to offer Grades 1-8 ebook versions at a special price of $13.95 until 1/11/13. I would love to help you get started with art and music appreciation during 2013. Make sure to use the discount code: YEAREND2012.

Chalk Pastels from Southern Hodgepodge

Tricia and her family have just released their very first ebook! I would love for you to pop over and check A Simple Start in Chalk Pastels for your chalk pastel pleasure. They have put a year’s worth of art into this ebook and right now they are running a special introductory price if you use the code: SSCP-INTRO.

Why not make 2013 the year you start with your art appreciation journey? If you have any questions, feel free to email me or to leave a comment.

What prevents you from planning your own art appreciation?





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