Welcome Spring and April! It’s already April showers here for us! I hope the weather is spring-like where you are. If it isn’t and you’re spending some time indoors with your children, why not introduce them to some fine arts for kids? Expanding music genres and learning about art styles are perfect for young children. Let them appreciate all that is out there in the world!
My children love listening to all styles of music from different eras and countries and styles, and I’m happy that I’m able to provide them with a wide range of interests. They also enjoy visiting our local art gallery once a month to view the new guest artists. I’m not very clued in myself when it comes to the fine arts, but there’s no reason why I can’t learn along with my children! This week I’ve chosen some fabulous, fun, learning activities to help your children learn about the fine arts.
Check out last week’s Mom’s Library featuring real life learning for kids as well as many other awesome ideas!
Fine Arts For Kids
Rediscovered Families has some absolutely fantastic ideas to help children be creative with and about art! I think we’ll definitely be using some of these ideas in the very near future in our home.
Living Montessori Now has some awesome ideas for activities to do with the kids while learning about The Sorcerer’s Apprentice by Maestro Classics. These activities would also be great on their own if you don’t have Maestro Classics.
Africa To America has shared a list of Children’s Books About Music. There is quite a range of books and activities and styles so I’m sure you’ll find something to engage your little learners in this selection.
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