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Hallelujah Chorus Listening Map | FREEBIE

Get the Hallelujah Chorus Listening Map from for free. This music lesson resource is only available for a limited time. Ends September 10, 2016.


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Free Music Practice Chart (Digital Print)

Want to encourage your kids or music student to practice more? This adorable practice chart is a 14-day plan for practicing. You can decide on a reward for your kids/students and then start practicing. Color one balloon each day they practice. If they meet their goal they get the reward.

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Alexander Calder | Free Printables and Lesson Plans

Teach about how art and science complement each other. Alexander Calder’s art is a great way to explain kinetic art, art that moves. Learning about this sculptor and toy designer lends to easy and fun hands-on lessons. The following are links to a biography, coloring page, projects, video, and lesson plans to teach about Alexander Calder.

Alexander Calder (1898-1976) American Artist, Sculptor and Toy Maker


Alexander Calder was born in 1898, in Lawnton, Pennsylvania. He was born into a family of artists. His father Alexander Stirling Calder was a prominent sculptor who created many public sculptures in the Philadelphia area. Calder’s mother, Nanette Lederer Calder, was a professional portrait painter who studied art in Paris before moving to Philadelphia where she met her husband Alexander Stirling Calder.

In 1902, at the age of four, Alexander completed his first sculpture – a clay elephant. In 1909, when he was in the fourth grade, Alexander sculpted a dog and a duck from a sheet of brass. The duck, which could rock back and forth, is one of his earliest examples of his interest in kinetic (moving) sculpture. Read the rest of Alexander Calder’s biography at

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Printable Biography – Alexander Calder

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Printable Word Search – Alexander Calder

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Printable Coloring Page – Alexander Calder


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Lesson Plan and Cookie Project with Free Printable Cookie Design Worksheet

Printable Cookie Design Worksheet


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Pipe Cleaner Project – Alexander Calder

Fun Video with Instructions for Kinetic Art Project and Information about Alexander Calder

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Piet Mondrian | Free Printables and Lesson Plans

Have you heard of Piet Mondrian?  Chances are that even if you haven’t heard of this amazing artist that you have seen his work, copied in clothing, shoes, architecture, and advertisements.  Below are ideas to explain how one artist can influence many other spheres of life.  In addition to the links and ideas below,  go to google images and type in “Piet Mondrian Influences.”  You and your student will be surprised how many different areas have been impacted by this artist.

Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) Dutch Modern Artist


Piet Mondrian was born in Amersfoort in the Netherlands, in 1872. He was the second of his parent’s children. At a very young age his father Pieter and his Uncle Fritz, both artists themselves, introduced Piet to the world of art.

In 1892, Mondrian entered the Academy for Fine Art in Amsterdam as a qualified teacher. While teaching at the academy he also practiced his painting. Most of his paintings from this period were of landscapes. These pastoral images of Holland included fields, cows and windmills. These paintings were representational, and show the influence that the pointillist (painting with dots) and fauvist (vivid colors) movements had on him. Read more…

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Printable Biography – Piet Mondrian

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Printable Word Search – Piet Mondrian

Printable “Meet the Artist” Job Application Worksheet

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Printable Coloring Page – Piet Mondrian


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Lesson Plan – Piet Mondrian

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Pablo Picasso | Free Printables and Homeschool Lesson Plans

Interested in teaching about Pablo Picasso?? Below are several links to do just that, including biography, coloring pages, watercolor project, and a couple of others!

Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) Spanish Modern Artist

Pablo Picasso was born on October 25, 1881 in Malaga, Spain. He was the first child of Don Jose Ruiz y Blasco, an art teacher, and Maria Picasso y Lopez. At an early age Pablo showed an interest in drawing. His first words were “piz, piz”, which is short for “lapiz”, the Spanish word for pencil. …Read the entire biography at

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Printable Biography – Pablo Picasso

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Printable Word Search – Pablo Picasso

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Printable Coloring Page | Self Portrait – Pablo Picasso


Printable Coloring Page | Three Musicians – Pablo Picasso


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Printable Learn to Watercolor Project | Three Musicians – Pablo Picasso


Website with Free Artist Activity

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Free Printable Artist Minibook

Pablo Picasso Free Printable Minibook


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Reading Log and Book Report Form | Free Forms

Summer is almost here!  Time for the kiddos to get ready for some great summer reading.  We will set some summer reading goals this year.  To help us keep track of the books they read, we will use the free printable reading log.    The logs print in an assortment of colors so you can make the reading log more personal.  There is also a free printable book report form.  It is very simple and looks great for your younger reader.  Free Homeschool Deals has provided these free printable forms for your use.


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Free Printable Music Rhythm Game | Music Theory Game

Make learning fun!  Here is a game to help early music students learn about rhythm.  Free printable game pieces and instructions.
In this twist on the classic playtime game the shopper (student) is given rhythms to spend as currency, and he/she selects merchandise to purchase that has been priced at 1-12 beats in value. Select several toys from around the house, “price” them, and let the fun begin!

Free Printable Music Rhythm Game