Music Ed? It's Possible! Self-Paced Online Courses to Easily Get Music & More into Your Homeschool

Since most homeschool parents don't have the time or expertise to teach music in their homeschools, we offer click-and-go , super easy-to-use music appreciation courses for all ages, so every homeschool parent can include music! Find Music Appreciation, Music History, Beginning Guitar, Beginning Recorder, Beginning Singing, Hymn Study, Composer Study, 15-Minute Music Lessons, Musicals, Christmas, Music Theory, and a Membership! Check out the Free Preview lessons for each course.

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Welcome to Music in Our Homeschool!

Music Ed? It's Possible!

Go from confused, ill-equipped, and not doing music in your homeschool


successfully implementing music every week with quality and growth!

Feel free to email Gena to get suggestions if you don't know what to start with! ([email protected])


Gifting is now available at Music in Our Homeschool!

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Video Testimonial from Kristin Escalera

Don't miss the kids singing the "Music in Our Homeschool" theme song!

There is a resource that has been requested by many of you for years
but I always resisted it
because I want homeschoolers to have the freedom to choose what to teach
and when to teach it.

But, I finally realized that it was something many homeschoolers wanted!
So, here you go:
The Suggested Order of Music in Our Homeschool Courses:
Age 3:
Age 4:
K/Age 5:
1st/Age 6:
2nd/Age 7:
3rd/Age 8:
4th/Age 9:
5th/Age 10:
6th/Age 11:
7th/Age 12:
8th/Age 13:
9th/Age 14:
10th/Age 15:
11th/Age 16:
12th/Age 17:
Other Ideas to Substitute for the Above:

Awards "Music in Our Homeschool" has earned:

Second Place Most Popular Music Homeschool Curriculum for 2023!

Second Place in Music Theory & Appreciation for 2023!

Here are the courses, printable packs, and memberships currently available:


Upper Level (7th-12 grades):
All Ages:
Music Theory:
Printable Packs:
Membership Site:

License for Teaching a Course at a Homeschool Co-op:

Christmas Options:

Morning Time Teens ™

Gifting is now available at Music in Our Homeschool!

  • Choose any course, printable set, or bundle of resources. On the checkout page, check the box that says, "Send as a gift."
  • Once that box is checked, a form will open for you to include the gift recipient's name, email address, and a note telling them about your gift! You purchase, and then they will receive a link to click to join the course for free!

The FREE 5-Day

"I Can Do Music in My Homeschool" Challenge

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Tapestry of Grace:

Do you use the Tapestry of Grace curriculum? Here are the 3 music appreciation/history courses written to be used with Years 2, 3, and 4. They are at a high school (rhetoric) level, but can easily be simplified for middle school or elementary (dialectic, upper grammar, or lower grammar). I have personally taught the courses at a Tapestry of Grace in-person co-op and to my own kids at home!

Year 4: 20th Century Music Appreciation for High School online course

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Enroll in the FREE Sampler Course by clicking here!

Why should homeschoolers prioritize music education in their budget?

  1. Cognitive Benefits: Music education has been linked to improved cognitive abilities, including enhanced memory, attention, and problem-solving skills. It can also contribute to better academic performance in other subjects.
  2. Emotional and Social Development: Learning music fosters emotional expression and social skills. It provides a platform for self-expression, creativity, and can help children build confidence. Additionally, participating in group music activities or lessons can enhance social interactions and teamwork.
  3. Discipline and Time Management: Learning to play a musical instrument requires discipline and time management. Homeschoolers who engage in music education develop a sense of responsibility and perseverance, which are valuable life skills.
  4. Stress Relief: Music has therapeutic effects and can serve as a stress reliever. Integrating music into a homeschooling routine can create a positive and enjoyable environment, contributing to overall well-being--for the students and the parents!
  5. Career Opportunities: For those interested in pursuing a career in music (or even just continuing to be a musician throughout their life apart from a career), early music education can lay the foundation for future success.
  6. Cultural Understanding and Appreciation: Learning about music introduces students to different cultures and traditions. It broadens their cultural awareness and appreciation, fostering a more well-rounded worldview.
  7. Enhanced Creativity: Music encourages creativity and imagination. It allows homeschoolers to explore their artistic side and develop their own unique voice through composition or performance.
  8. Lifelong Enjoyment: Music is a source of lifelong enjoyment. Having a musical education can lead to a lifelong appreciation for various genres and styles, enriching one's life with the joy of music.

By the way, are you looking for a Music & Fine Arts Membership experience?

The Music in Our Homeschool Plus (MIOH+) Music and Fine Arts membership experience for Preschool - High School will is open for enrollment in January, May, and August each year.

Click here to learn more & sign up for the MIOH+ waitlist.