Updated: Feb 9
If you are a musician, teaching music to young children or figuring out how to develop a homeschool music curriculum might be easy for you.
However, if you are not musically inclined yourself, you might want a little more help. Of course, there are dozens, if not hundreds, of music curricula and lessons out on the internet, but all that can get overwhelming 😊
To make it easier for you, here is our list of music lessons to get you started. The good thing is that almost all children really love music and love moving and love making noise. Anything you can do to direct their attention to music is a benefit for them. Music is very important to the human existence, but it is also one of the most accessible—people are not born knowing how to do calculus, but they are almost always born with an enjoyment for music and movement.
THAT means that this is one area where you can really relax and just enjoy music and movement with your child. 😊 Formal instruction on specific instruments will come later, but for now, like with all education of preschoolers, the point is to generate a LOVE for whatever subject you want them to eventually learn.
So check back here whenever you want to add in a new musical activity or learning for the kids. We will be updating this list of lessons we post so you can find them all in one spot. Or you can do a search for the tag called “Music”.