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Homeschool Music Collective


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How does music impact your homeschool?

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Pajamas optional...

What if you could give your child the amazing brain benefits of music education without ever leaving your home? What if you didn’t have to deal with traffic and scheduling? What if you want to provide music education for all of your children? What if you don’t know where to begin? What if you don’t have a music teacher nearby or don’t have the resources or time to go to in-person lessons?

Finger Taps Activity

Help young students recognize and match finger numbers while encouraging those little fingers to kinesthetically associate finger numbers

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Struggling with Practice?

We all want our children to have a consistent and productive practice time. Take your cues from these easy tips that will support your growing musician.

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New to Homeschooling?

With current events, many families have made the decision to adopt the homeschool lifestyle. Don’t know where to begin? Be encouraged with this episode!

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Homeschool Music Collective

You’ll be joining a community of like-minded music families that want to change the face of music education by providing access to every child. The benefits of music lessons are numerous–imagine a world where we all played an instrument! It will now be easier than ever before!


  • What the science and research tells us about music education
  • How to select the proper instrument for your child
  • A Homeschool Musicianship Map to piano lessons
  • How to have your child playing music by the end of the first lesson
  • What leading music educators around the world have to say on best practices in music
  • Strategies to help retain your child's interest during home practice
  • Music theory in a fun and comprehensive way
  • How to help your child with improvisation and composition
  • and much more!
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What people are saying

Mindy Schiermyer

Music education is so important to our family. It has built skills such as discipline, has helped my kids gain confidence, and from a mom’s perspective, its so good for my heart and soul when I hear my sons play worship music now.

Abigail Zieger

Including music in our daily life has been a beautiful part of our family culture. It encourages self-discipline, aids in processing big emotions, does wonderful things for the brain, and helps us to be healthier, happier versions of ourselves. Music is good for the soul and brings us together as a family!

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