Freedom Homeschooling

Art & Music Curriculum

Below you will find free homeschool art and music curriculum. If you’re looking for other subjects, click here.

C = Christian based curriculum

Art

Art for Kids Hub  (K to 8th)
Art for Kids Hub offers video tutorials of various art projects. Drawing, painting, sculpting, origami, and cutout crafts are all included. Many projects also include downloadable templates. While a paid subscription is available for an ad free experience, it is not required to do the lessons.

Art Projects for Kids  (K to 8th)
This website provides arts and crafts tutorials. Many of them include printable step-by-step instructions or printable templates.

Arttango  (K to 5th)
Arttango offers free art lessons for grades kindergarten through 5th. There are 30 art education projects per grade for a total of 180 lessons. The lessons cover all the elements of art.

Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool  (1st to 8th)  C
Courses are taught using a variety of online sources. Courses offered are Art: Ancient, Art: Early American, Art: Modern, and Art: Geography & Cultures. Each course is available at two different levels. Level L is for 1st through 4th grades and Level M is for 5th through 8th grades. While these courses correspond with the history and music courses offered by Easy Peasy, they may also be taken on their own.

Easy Peasy All-in-One High School  (9th to 12th) C
Courses offered are Art Appreciation (one semester) and Professional Drawing (yearlong). These courses are taught using a variety of online sources.

Georgia Virtual Learning  (7th to 12th)
Two art courses are available: AP Art History and Visual Arts Comprehensive I. The lesson modules are made up of online text, videos, and interactive activities.  Links to additional related resources are provided with each module.

Khan Academy  (7th to 12th)
Art History and AP Art History are available. Both courses are taught using videos and online text.

Kinder Art  (K to 12th)
These art lessons cover many areas of art; including, painting, drawing, sculpture, art history, multicultural art, and more. Detailed lesson plans are provided and many lessons also feature video tutorials.

FutureLearn  (9th to 12th)
FutureLearn offers several online art classes. Length and format varies from course to course. Availability of courses periodically changes.  Most of the courses are free to join, be there is an option to upgrade in order to access additional benefits, like the ability to qualify for a certificate.

Music

8 Notes  (3rd to 12th)
The main focus of the website is sheet music, but they also offer a wide range of resources for musicians, including tuners, chord charts, and lessons. Sheet music and other resources are available for over 35 musical instruments and voice. While a paid subscription is offered, 90% of the website’s materials are accessible for free.

Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool  (1st to 8th)  C
Courses are taught using a variety of online sources. Courses offered are Music: Ancient, Music: Early American, Music: Modern, and Music: Geography & Cultures. Each course is available at two different levels. Level L is for 1st through 4th grades and Level M is for is for 5th through 8th grades. While these courses correspond with the history and art courses offered by Easy Peasy, they may also be taken on their own.

Easy Peasy All-in-One High School  (9th to 12th)  C
This semester long Music Appreciation course is taught using mostly videos.

Georgia Virtual Learning  (6th to 12th)
Two art courses are available: AP Art History and Visual Arts Comprehensive I. The lesson modules are made up of online text, videos, and interactive activities.  Links to additional related resources are provided with each module.

Hoffman Academy  (K to 12th)
Hoffman Academy offers free video based piano lessons. While all of the videos are free to watch, other features like practice sessions, accompanying printable materials, and learning games require a paid premium membership.

FutureLearn  (9th to 12th)
FutureLearn offers several online music classes. Length and format varies from course to course. Availability of courses periodically changes.  Most of the courses are free to join, be there is an option to upgrade in order to access additional benefits, like the ability to qualify for a certificate.

Learn to Sing  (K to 12th)
Singing lessons are presented through the use of step-by-step guides and video tutorials.

Squeaky’s Recorder Playhouse  (K to 12th)
This website provides recorder lessons. The tutorials are text based. A songbook for practice is also provided. The student may record their performance to have it graded via Finale Performance Assessment Program, a free program available for download on the website.

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