Our timeline projects are a clear-cut favourite amongst our visitours. To help bring even more meaning to them we have tried to include go-along printable resources. In our latest offering called, The Little Timeline of Composers, we have included the timeline, the image pieces, and reference sheet. We also included composer biography learning cards that children can create and collect on their own.
To help further bring this resource to life, we have now added notebooking sheet packets for each composer on the timeline. Each packet includes 21 pages of various layouts, styles and line spacing options. Sheets highlight the composer as well as the time period of their works - Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Late Romantic, Impressionist, or Modern. A matching image from the timeline is included on some of the layouts too. Some layouts are especially useful for listing major compositions or creating a timeline for the life or accomplishments of each composer.
We will begin this study in our own little homeschool next week incorporating reading about composers, listening to their actual works and getting to know each, one by one. We are looking forward to delightful learning.
Click HERE to visit our Composer Notebooking Sheets page.
Click HERE to see all of Notebooking Resources.
As a side note:
Kalei - That Resource Team
Pope John Paul II declared the first Sunday after Easter, Divine Mercy Sunday. This is a great opportunity for us to pray together for the remission of sins. This wonderful devotion was revealed and given to St. Sister Faustina - as many call her - first in the form of an image and then the chaplet devotion itself was dictated to her by our Lord, Jesus, in one of His many visions to the young mystic.
As a family, we usually try to observe Divine Mercy Sunday in our parish where we pray the divine mercy chaplet as a community and we venerate the relic we are so fortunate to have of this wonderful saint who knew and loved our Lord so intimately.
Click HERE to visit our resource page devoted to St. Faustina.
We hope you find these resources useful in some way.
That Resource Team
If you would like to see a larger sample of pages in this file, click the image below to view the thumbnails.