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Intermediate Singing Lessons with Singing Made Easy ~ Level 5

 of Looking ​for intermediate singing lessons? Then you’ll love the newest level of the Singing Made Easy series called Singing Made Easy ~ Level 5.
Intermediate Singing Lessons with Singing Made Easy ~ Level 5 from Music in Our Homeschool

Who is Singing Made Easy ~ Level 5 for?

Level 5 is ​​more advanced than Levels 1-4. The earlier levels are not a pre-requisite, but if you haven’t done any singing lessons before, you might want to do those first.
There are five levels of Singing Made Easy plus Christmas Carols Made Easy.

Be watching for the 30% off special pricing during each launch week! The regular price of each is $37.

Learn more about the Intermediate Singing Lessons here:

​Singing Made Easy ~ Level 5 includes:

  • Level 5 Lessons and Sheet Music (pdf)
  • Audio MP3 files (vocal demonstration and accompaniment)
  • Video vocal demonstrations
  • 6 Vocal Warmup Exercises (MP3s, Videos, and Lessons pdf)
​Ten Level 5 Songs:
  • He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands
  • Cradle Song (German, 2 parts)
  • Summer Is A-Comin’ In (Round)
  • The Harp That Once Through Tara’s Halls (2 parts)
  • The Flowers That Bloom in the Spring
  • Comin’ Through the Rye
  • Happy Wanderer (Descant)
  • Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean
  • Cherry Blossoms (Japanese)
  • Virgin’s Slumber Song

See a Free Preview of Intermediate Singing Lessons!

Click here to see a free preview of lesson #7 “Happy Wanderer.” You’ll get the sheet music, audio demonstration, audio accompaniment, and video! Click here for the free preview.

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More Details about the Intermediate Singing Lessons

​Singing Made Easy ~ Level 5 begins with “He’s Got the Whole World In His Hands.” Students enjoy adding hand gestures once they have the song memorized.
Included in this set are some songs you may recognize, such as “Cradle Song” by Brahms (in German) and “Virgin’s Slumber Song,” a well-known Christmas carol. The round, “Summer Is A-Comin’ In,” can be sung in two to six parts if there are enough people. Those who enjoy hiking will love singing “The Happy Wanderer.” There is a famous Japanese folk song, “Cherry Blossoms,” and students relish singing in Japanese, maybe for the first time in their lives. There is a pronunciation guide for all foreign language songs.
A widely known favorite is “The Flowers That Bloom in the Spring” from The Mikado by Gilbert and Sullivan. An Irish ballad, “The Harp That Once Through Tara’s Halls” in two-part harmony will bring tears to the eyes of the audience when performed with appropriate expression.
Students can sing along with the voice tracks on the included MP3s until they know the songs and then with the included accompaniment tracks only.
This set, although more difficult than the previous books, is definitely worth the work. When students perform these songs, they have a real sense of accomplishment that they’ve improved in vocal technique and learned how to sing in parts!

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Do you have trouble getting your pre-teen and teens interested in history? Maybe they find it boring or dull? Maybe they can’t keep all the dates straight, so they don’t engage? 

Three giveaways from Hope House Press

Hope House Press has some great books that will not only excite them but bring history to life! 

This month, several other homeschool bloggers and I have joined together to bring you an amazing giveaway this month from Hope House Press. They are giving away three different prize packages to THREE lucky Winners!

The Prizes

Prize Package #1: The Seabirds Trilogy Companion Curriculum (Print Set, Value $49.96)

Learn the who, what, why, and how of the Second World War. Simple Solutions to High-school Level WWII History, Social Studies, College Prep, Critical Thinking Skills, Academic Research and Writing, and Spiritual Growth. A Faith-based approach with a global perspective. The instructor’s guide provides answer keys, grading scales, scripts for Movie Night, and discussion questions so a teacher can successfully guide their student through the curriculum.

Prize Package #2: The Seabirds Trilogy (Print Set, Value $55.97)

Book 1: Voyage of the Sandpiper

When fifteen-year-old Agatha’s mother falls gravely ill, she is shipped off to the coast of Maine to live with her aunt, Edith Philipa Gordan, an eccentric writer who hasn’t finished a novel in decades and paints birds obsessively. What begins as a dull summer immediately takes a turn towards adventure with the arrival of Edie’s old beau, Horatio Macleay, and his handsome nephew. With WWII looming on the horizon, Agatha and her new group of friends race against time and across continents to complete their mission before it is too late. Along the way, Agatha learns the importance of trusting in the perfect timing of God and discovers the power of hope. 12+

-Book 2: Flight of the Seahawks 

Newlyweds Piper and Peter return to Maine after Peter is injured on the North African front believing they are in for a quiet winter. When Aunt Edie sends them a mysterious manuscript, their vacation plans are pushed to the wayside. As the Adleman sisters struggle to find a place to call home, Peter and Piper must discover their new calling as the USA determines to remain neutral in the face of the rising Axis powers in Europe. 12+

-Book 3: Song of the Storm Petrel 

Peter and Piper’s quiet life on Honolulu comes to an abrupt close when Aunt Edie and Uncle Horatio arrive for a surprise visit along with the Adleman Sisters. With no foreseeable end to WWII in sight, Piper and her cousins learn to trust God in the unknown and in the process discover what really matters. 12+

Prize Package #3: Girl Reporter Series (Print Set, Value $19.98)

-Book 1: The Exclusive

While Piper waits for Peter to return from the war, a mysterious stranger arrives at Kingbarns. Meanwhile, Piper’s skills are put to the test when she receives an assignment to photograph a Hollywood legend. In these troubled times, is anyone who they say they are? Do they have the courage to do what God asks? An adventure story set “in-between” Voyage of the Sandpiper and Flight of the Seahawks from “The Seabirds Trilogy” on the coast of Northern Scotland. Perfect for ages 11+

-Book 2: The Con Artist

In 1940, the discovery of a fabulous and near-forgotten necklace hidden at the Kingsbarns Estate in North Scotland, a house full of strangers, and the worst blizzard of the century add up to a holiday party that goes terribly wrong. Will the jealous greed of a conniving thief hijack the joy of Christmas, or drive Piper and those she loves to discover the true meaning of loyalty and friendship? Perfect for ages 11+

Thank you to our sponsor: 

How exciting to honor the sponsor Hope House Press! Please visit their website here.

Hope House Press is a family-run publishing house centered on Judeo-Christian values. We publish fiction, non-fiction, and educational material to encourage laughter, learning, and excellence. Our motto “Heal, Protect, Build, Nourish,” encompasses our heart for the restoration of the family and our desire to become more like the Savior every day. Our goal is to provide quality stories that change lives, heal hearts, and give hope.


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The giveaway officially ends at 12 am on Monday, 9/27/2021. 

It is your responsibility to read the terms and conditions upon entering. By entering, all entrants understand that they are subject to being added to each of the participating blogger’s email lists.

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