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    besner2012 is offline Junior Member
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    Hi I'm new at this homeschooling stuff and I don't know what I can do for Art and Music for a high school... Any help with what I can do for them two subjects?

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    i'd try khan academy...it's free and they have programs for arts and humanities too. you can also search for unit studies and maybe easy peasy (allinonehomeschool.com) may have something that will work too

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    Don't forget to count incidental things that you might not consider "school". Organized sports, crafts done as part of a Scout project, piano lessons, making a thank you card for Grandma, etc. are all legitimate learning activities. Quilting, pottery, and so forth can be quite artistic, too. At the high school level, students usually move beyond the basics and their studies become more specialized and targeted to their own skills, interests, and life goals..

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