A Young Scholar's Guide to Composers Giveaway

Today is Day #5 of my 10-day series, Composer Studies for Young Scholars

Are you ready for a giveaway?


The prize:
One winner will receive one copy of A Young Scholar's Guide to Composers curriculum (eBook).

How to Win:

  • Go to my post, Composer Studies for Older Children, come back and leave a comment telling me what feature of this curriculum most appeals to you.
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Happy Homeschooling!
Michelle

29 comments

  1. I know you only asked for one, but two things especially stand out. I love that its all nearly preplanned. Open and go. I love that for the entire week you focus on one composer/ one piece of music. ( one reason why I love FIAR). hear it over and over again gives you new insights.. and for music allows you to start listening for those little subtle things perhaps.

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  2. I just wanted to first thank you for introducing this circ! I have never ran across it and it is incredibly interesting! I love that it is teaching music and includes biographies so that this can easily be combined with language arts which is a must for parent sbalancing so much. Fingers crossed and thank you for hosting this giveaway!

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  3. Michelle B.10/18/2013

    The hands on activities and listening to the compositions sound like the perfect combination. This would be a great resource for my kids who have just started learning to read and play music.

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  4. I like how it can be adapted for Charlotte Mason style homeschooling.

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  5. I love it has everything ready for you. No putting it together. I love when I can find things to help me with all my children's ages!

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  6. I love that it is all organized for me. Plus I like that it's hands on for my son.

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  7. I love that it is all in one book and ready to go when you are.

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  8. I love that it is a steady, concise study. Composer study tends to go to the wayside here.... I'd like this to keep us on track.

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  9. I like that you focus on one composer/composition per week. Also, the note taking pages are terrific for helping kids retain the information. Thanks for the giveaway and good luck!

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  10. Jennifer Gatts10/19/2013

    I like that you focus on one composer/composition per week. I also like the note taking pages. It makes it especially helpful for kids trying to retain the information. Thanks for the giveaway and good luck!

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  11. I love all the hands on aspects of it, and that I don't have to do much besides just open the book! Thanks for this opportunity!

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  12. Jessica A.10/19/2013

    I love that it has it all set up for you and that it's CM friendly!

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  13. I think this would work great for us because it is open and go. Me and my 3 children love to listen to classical music! Our schooling tends to be very CM in a lot of ways. Composer Study seems to be the one area of CM that we do not get to.

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  14. Anonymous10/19/2013

    My 6yo is starting to really appreciate music. This would be a great path of study for him. :)

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  15. Anonymous10/19/2013

    I like that this has everything all ready to go. I've been trying to put together pieces here and there on composers and different types of music and find that I don't have enough time to do it. This has it all done!

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  16. Yes, Yes, and Yes, I love all the hands-on activities -- It seems to have something for everyone to enjoy. I also love the organization. I don't like to spend a lot of time prepping for lessons, so when everything that I will need is easily available, I'm a happy home school parent :)
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  17. I like that it includes folder activities and melds nicely with CM.

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  18. Definitely the hands on activities. Also love that it spends a limited time on each composer. Left to my own devices I tend to stall and not move forward with the composers I enjoy.

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  19. I like that it is Charlotte Mason compatable!

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  20. What appeals the most is the subject. I love the idea of introducing my daughter to great composers.

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  21. Anonymous10/19/2013

    I too love the hands on nature of the study as well as the open and go format! Sounds like something my crew would love

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  22. Thanks for visiting my blog today! I added a link your giveaway to my post on "A Simple Plan to immediately add Classical Music to your Homeschool!". I think my little musicians would enjoy reading the composer biographies.

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    1. Thanks for visiting AND sharing!

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    2. You're welcome for the shout, I read your G+ article ;)...I'm small but growing.

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  23. My children would love all the hands on activities.

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  24. I like that it's all organized for me! I have trouble with organization, and desperately need things to help me keep in line. :-)

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  25. I like how well organized it is and that it would be so nice for all my kids to use.

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  26. My kids love music; I think they would love to learn more about composers.

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  27. I taught a composers class in co-op once and what appeals to me is having it all in one book instead of digging up bits and pieces.

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