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Homeschool Procrastinator's Sale- Art, Music and History

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Touch  Taste  Smell  Hear  See

The best way for anyone to learn is using as many senses as possible! We have matched up some perfect combinations of art, music and history so you and your children can learn in ways that will make it stick and have fun learning! The best part... it's all on sale! Find out more.

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History and Music Bundle- A Great Combination

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History and Music Homeschool Bundle Giveaway!

If you love history and you love music than these two courses are a perfect match for you!
One family will be blessed with the complete course of Music Appreciation: Middle Ages through Classical Era and a 10-month rental of one of our favorite history programs, Mystery of History Vol 3. A $112 value!  >>>>> Enter for a chance to win!

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2018 Black Friday- Cyber Monday Homeschool Sales

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Celebrate the holidays and homeschooling with these amazing homeschool deals!....this way for savings!

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Music is Powerful: Harness the Power in Your Homeschool

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Music is Powerful- Ways to Harness the Power in Your Homeschool

 Guest post from Martha Reineke of FreeSchoolLinks. at Musicinourhomeschools.com

MUSIC IS POWERFUL: WAYS TO HARNESS THE POWER IN YOUR HOMESCHOOL

Have you ever laid in a hammock, or on a towel next to the ocean, listening to the sound of the waves lapping at the shore? There is just something about the rhythmic crash of the waves that lulls you into a state of relaxation. You cannot long rest near the shoreline without feeling the effects of the waves.

What if there were a way to have the effects of such a location, without having to travel long distances to the ocean? Similar to the lapping waves, is the beat of a drum, or the sway of a soothing melody. Music is powerful.

Music isn’t just a tool for physical and emotional therapy, however. Music, and learning to play an instrument have been directly linked to higher grades, improved cognitive function and increased concentration levels. Scientists at John’s Hopkins College have experimented with music and shown that educators who employ music in their classrooms have seen an improvement in their students’.... read more

  

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