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Building Tomorrow's Generation

Marcia homeschooled her five sons for nineteen years in rural Colorado. She has served in various home education leadership positions at the local and state level and holds advanced degrees in elementary education and music education. She was awarded the 2009 Dr. Ruth Beechick Award for Outstanding More
 
 
About Building Tomorrow's Generation
Marcia homeschooled her five sons for nineteen years in rural Colorado. She has served in various home education leadership positions at the local and state level and holds advanced degrees in elementary education and music education. She was awarded the 2009 Dr. Ruth Beechick Award for Outstanding Contribution to Home Education in the State of Colorado and is the author of numerous books and resources for Christian families.

Product Reviews

(4 Reviews)
(4 Reviews)

    Love this resource!
    May 31, 2017

    Marcia, I just wanted to write to you and thank you for your wonderful resource Beethoven Who? I purchased it through the Build Your Bundle 2015 sale, and I used it this year with my 6th and 10th graders. We used the “Listening to Music” section of the book and studied the Baroque through Impressionistic periods for our music appreciation this year. Your resource was such a wonderful jumping-off point for our music appreciation studies. We loved the links you included so we could listen to the music and watch videos on YouTube. Occasionally, there were a few broken links, but when that happened, I just searched for the title and artist in YouTube, and I almost always found the recommended video, or at the very least, there was an alternative video on that musical piece. It wasn't really a huge problem when using this resource. For my girls, who are in middle school and high school, I also used some online resources, such as Bio.com and Classics for Kids, to learn more about the composers, and we used NotebookingPages.com to find notebooking pages for the various composers we studied. We did a music appreciation lesson together one day a week, and then we listened to music by the composers we studied throughout the week, usually as we traveled in the car.

    We just had a really great year using Beethoven Who? Thank you so much for creating this wonderful resource!

    Guest
    A lot of broken links
    Jan 27, 2017

    Broken links make it hard to use, and distracting.

    Ping - Homeschooler
    We use this every year!
    Apr 20, 2016

    Got this a few years ago on Educents and it is such a high quality learning tool! We read it every year as we implement our music lessons. Very high quality and highly recommended.

    Kimberly
 
 
 
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