As homeschoolers we are always looking for the best resources for our kids, and at a good price! One of my focuses here at Music in Our Homeschool is to bring you new ideas for music curriculum, resources, apps, websites, products, books, and more! (And be sure to join the Music in Our Homeschool Facebook group so you’ll know about the sales!)
Today I’m happy to tell you about some Great Music Resources from three different online stores that sell amazing homeschool resources: Rainbow Resources, Christian Book, and Timberdoodle. And then, enter the giveaway below where two blessed winners will get $250 Gift Cards to one of these stores!
15 Great Music Resources from Rainbow Resources, ChristianBook.com, and Timberdoodle
These metal bells are durable and have the note names written on them.
Very popular plastic tubes in different notes. What a great option for a musical instrument!
A classic and favorite of piano teachers everywhere.
If you have a “wee” one, you’ll love this classic books of Bible songs with a CD.
The best deals in music products and books. Right now there are water flutes, a glockenspiel, and hymn stories books.
Help your children’s choir be the best it can be.
A favorite and wonderful way to teach music, by relating it to art!
- Music: Discover music in all its forms and the amazing variety of instruments from zithers to synthesizers
If your kids don’t know a lot about instruments, this DK Eyewitness book is the perfect one to start with.
A beginning book for music theory from Classical Conversations that includes written exercises.
A piano course (with singing and movement) for ages 4-6.
Wrap-ups are a fun manipulative to use for music theory drilling (keys, notes, symbols).
Memorize Scripture with these catchy and easy-to-sing songs.
Learn piano with chords and harmony for more musical, less mechanical playing.
From Bright Ideas Press: 32-weeks, 26 composers, with quizzes, maps, timelines and coloring pages.
Get 10 Lessons (90 Minutes) and learn more chord progressions. It’s also suitable for beginners.
It’s Back to (Home) School time!!
It’s that time of year when many homeschoolers are busy preparing for a new school year. Some of you may have already started your new year, and some of you may have never stopped.
I’ve gotten together with a great group of bloggers to make getting ready for the new school year just a little bit easier and hopefully a little less stressful for you. How does $250 sound in helping you buy curriculum, books, games, puzzles, and educational supplies? Two people will win a $250 gift card to the online store of their choice (choices are Rainbow Resource, Christianbook.com, or Timberdoodle).
To enter for your chance to win, simply use the Rafflecopter form below to enter. Now I know that is quite a few entries for you, but each of these bloggers generously chipped in their own money to bring you this giveaway, so I hope you will take the time to do all the entries. And hey, the more entries you do, the better your odds are at winning!
Giveaway ends August 4th, 2017 at 11:59pm ET. Must be at least 18 years of age. Selected winners will have 48 hours to respond to email notification to claim their prizes or another winner will be drawn. Please be sure to read the Terms & Conditions upon entering the giveaway.
I could really use this to buy all the labs and equipment I need for Biology this year! $$$
Thank you! I’ve been homeschooling since 2010 and would love to win this.
This will be our second year homeschooling
ROBIN GUERTIN says
So excited about this giveaway, thank you for the chance! Saved money makes a happy husband! 🙂
Great giveaway! I’ve been homeschooling formally for about 10 years, but pretty much started the process before my almost 13 year old daughter was born 🙂
Sandra W. says
This would be a real blessing. Still have curriculum that I haven’t been able to purchase, yet.
vicki shepard says
This would totally help us buy curriculum for high school this year!
We’ve been homeschooling since the birth our of oldest in 2003; starting high school this year with art-minded teens!
Kari Barone says
I’ve been homeschooling since 2010.
Hello! I’ve been homeschooling since 2005!
I will be starting my 4th year of homeschooling, although this will be my first year with 3 kids “enrolled”, so I am feeling a little extra nervous this year… (4th, 2nd, and now a Kinder kid too!)