Do you want your children to have a music and art education but you’re not sure where to start?

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Teaching your child music and art has never been easier.

“Music is a more potent instrument than any other for education,
and children should be taught music before anything else."

Plato

Does this sound like you?

You know that music and art education are important in brain development and in enhancing every area of learning.

But you don’t have the training, so adding music and art is a huge challenge.

Image of woman with brown hair pulled back in a pony tail and wearing a red shirt and with a wondering expression. Behind her are a page of music notes and a Van Gogh painting in a frame. Beside her on the left is a violin and on the right are colored pencils.

Let's face it -  teaching music and art when you have no music and art training can be pretty intimidating and make you feel inadequate.

And even if you find a few teachers to whom you can outsource these subjects, you are daunted by the cost of adding music AND art to your homeschool.

I get you! I don’t want another curriculum - let alone two - that requires two to three hours of prep for every hour of lessons, especially for subject areas I do not feel confident teaching. 

Nor do I have the budget to add both an expensive music curriculum AND an expensive art program to our homeschool agenda.

You know there have got to be affordable and easy programs out there that offer both music and art, but you haven't found them yet.

You're not alone. Many homeschool moms feel inadequate or "the pain of the pocketbook" in adding music and art.

Well, I have good news!

Teaching your child about music and art has never been easier!

Hi, I'm Justina!
(AKA George Frideric Handel and AKA Rembrandt)

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Image of George Frideric Handel (person dressed up as him) in long white wig with white ruffled tie and turquoise jacket holding up an oboe.
Image of whiteboard with drawings of cartoon trees and person dressed as Rembrandt in a tan jacket, orange shirt and pink and orange beret

And I want to be your guide in teaching about music and art to your children!

As a homeschooling mom, I know you don't want another curriculum that requires two to three hours of prep for every hour of lessons!

Fortunately, you don't have to! It turns out that there are those who love the subject and can teach you and your child in an online course to make everything easy.

Yep! I’m talking about me.

Let me be your online music and art teacher with my 20 years of teaching experience!

That’s exactly what Jus' Classical Fine Arts Membership is – a monthly membership of guided access through Jus' Classical courses where I dress up as great composers and artists and teach your children to bring music and art to life!

I have created fun videos for learning about famous composers, artists, music fundamentals and drawing so you can simply log into the course and play the next video!

Bring music and art to life with the Jus' Classical Fine Arts Membership!

Imagine having...

A "done for you" music and art curriculum where:

  • The essentials of what you need to know are all in one place
  • You don’t have to be the expert but can feel confident your children are learning the fundamentals
  • You can enjoy music and art together as a family (and grow your brains!)
  • You and your children are not only learning music and art but also history geography, and culture
  • You and your children are being exposed to great art, performers, conductors and orchestras in a fun and engaging way

Here's what that would look like...

  • Knowledge and resources provided with everything you need in one place
  • Easy-to-use course platform
  • Short, engaging lessons which can be adapted in length
  • Lesson plans and checklists
  • Curated performances of great performers, conductors, and orchestra
  • Curated portfolios of great art works of the artists
  • Exposure to history, geography, and culture through the lessons and worksheets
  • Live classes to interact with the teacher

But how is this possible?

INTRODUCING

Image of light blue circle with treble clef with a paint brush as the end. Next to the treble clef are the words Jus' Classical Fine Arts Membership and around the circle are the words, "Where music and art come alive."

Jus’ Classical Fine Arts Membership is:

A monthly membership of guided access through Jus' Classical courses plus one live class a month.

This includes guided access* to Jus' Classical music and art online courses, which contain videos, worksheets, notebooking pages, and lesson plans. 

*Guided access means you and your child get new, fresh content so that you are never bored! This means you get access to different units from Jus' Classical courses each month as long you remain in the membership.

Join the Jus' Classical Fine Arts Membership today for only $19 a month!

RESERVE MY SPOT NOW!

"My daughter and I just watched your first class and it was wonderful! My daughter said she can’t wait until next time and wishes it was everyday!"

Miranda S.

4 CORE AREAS

OF MUSIC AND ART EDUCATION

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WHAT'S INCLUDED:

Each month, you and your child get:

  • One live class  (value $50) - music or art class (will alternate months) - so you get to interact with the teacher
  • Guided access through each of the four core areas of music and art education (value $49)
  • Community Group - hosted on Mighty Networks where students can share pictures of completed projects
  • Music fundamentals unit (value $17) consisting of videos led by “George Frideric Handel” and worksheets for the core area of music fundamentals and performance teaching a basic concept or skill in music so that students become familiar with musical terms, note values, note names, rhythm, aural training, how to play the tin whistle, or other fundamental musical skills
  • Drawing lessons (value $57) for the core area of art participation in the form of video tutorials led by “Rembrandt” so that students will develop skills in drawing and thinking through visual perspectives
  • One composer unit (value $29) for the core area of music appreciation which includes:
  • A biography video, so that you know who this composer is and have fun getting to know him.
  • Playlist of curated performances (videos) by the composer, so that you become familiar with and enjoy some of the great pieces / works of this composer and get to know a few characteristics of the music and / or fun facts about the pieces.
  • Worksheets / activity sheets / quizzes, so that you interact with the terms and facts about the composers and make learning fun and easy.
  • Lesson plan suggestions and checklists, so that you don’t have to prepare lessons in advance and know what to do each day.
  • One artist unit (value $17) for the core area of art appreciation which includes:
  • A biography video, so that you know who this composer is and have fun getting to know him or her.
  • Portfolio of curated art works by the artist, so that you become familiar with and enjoy some of the famous works of this artist and get to know a few characteristics of the art.
  • Worksheets / activity sheets / quizzes, so that you interact with the terms and facts about the artists and make learning fun and easy.
  • Lesson plan suggestions and checklists, so that you don’t have to prepare lessons in advance and know what to do each day.

$219 total value per month


Join the Jus' Classical Fine Arts Membership today for only $19 a month!

SAMPLE MONTHLY CONTENT

Theme: Beginnings

Music Appreciation: Investigating George Frideric Handel 

Music Fundamentals/Performance: Aural rhythm patterns 

Art Participation: Drawing projects – Mirror images 

Art Appreciation: Investigating Lorenzo Ghiberti 

Image of two large computer screens side by side on turquoise background. On the left computer screen is a logo of a man in a long white wig from the Baroque era wearing a turquoise jacket. Next to him is a purple swash of color with the words "Investigating George Frideric Handel" in white. On the right computer screen is the image of a man in a blue head covering next to a green paint swish with the words over it saying, "Investigating Lorenzo Ghiberti." Words and an arrow pointing to the screen on the left say music appreciation. Words and an arrow pointing to the right screen say art appreciation. Below these computers are two more tablets. The one on the left has a boy in a black wig and the man in the white wig and turquoise jacket dancing. Words next to it say Music fundamentals: aural patterns. The tablet on the right has a picture of a man in an orange beret with a white board of shapes. Words next to this tablet say Drawing: Mirror Images.

Theme: America the Beautiful - Part 1

Music Appreciation: America the Beautiful – Part 1 

Music Fundamentals/Performance: Aural Major Patterns 

Art Appreciation: Grandma Moses

Art Participation: Drawing beginning projects – Simple American projects     

Image of two large computer screens side by side on turquoise background. On the left computer screen is a scene of a canyon with an American flag flying in the top right corner. At the bottom of the image are the words: "America the Beautiful: Songs of America" in black. On the right computer screen is the image of an older woman in a black top with a lace collar and pink hat holding a jar of jam next to a green paint swish with the words over it saying, "Investigating Grandma Moses." Words and an arrow pointing to the screen on the left say music appreciation. Words and an arrow pointing to the right screen say art appreciation. Below these computers are two more tablets. The one on the left has a man in the white wig and turquoise jacket singing. Words next to it say Music fundamentals: aural patterns. The tablet on the right has a picture of a man in an orange beret with a white board with a drawing of a fish. Words next to this tablet say Drawing: American Projects.

Theme: America the Beautiful – Part 2

Music Appreciation: America the Beautiful – Part 2 

Music Fundamentals/Performance: Note names 

Art Appreciation: Norman Rockwell 

Art Participation: Drawing beginning projects - Simple American projects 

What others are saying about Justina of Jus' Classical:

"The fact that you don't "read" to us but instead tell stories is a huge factor in keeping the interest high and the content relevant. Your talents in becoming characters and the costumes...are phenomenal. You disseminate information in bite-size, memorable ways. Your approach makes it easy to focus and easy to recall, so important to learning." 

Kate C.

Image of man with long white wig and turquoise jacket singing.

"The videos with artists and composers are SO fun, and the kids learn a lot! We have enjoyed the music theory classes - like the note value songs - because the songs are catchy. I appreciate the program so much because art and music are my kids' favorite subjects, but I have a tendency to put it on a back burner if I am planning it by myself."

Emily C.

"We have so enjoyed this fun approach to classical music and art! My kiddos love the videos of 'Handel' and other artists/composers as well as the classical music and art videos they get to enjoy. We’re excited to dig deeper into it - we haven’t hit the bottom yet!"

Andrea D.

Image of girl smiling and holding up a drawing of the artist Ghiberti.

This is for you if:

  • You want your child to learn about the orchestra, great composers and their music, great artists and their art, drawing, and basic music fundamentals along with playing a simple instrument in a fun, engaging way.
  • You want your children to learn about music and art but you are not sure where to start.
  • You want all the benefits music and art add to the rest of your education.
  • You want a music or art program where you can lead your child but you don’t have to do a lot of preparation.
  • You want the curriculum (videos, lesson plans, worksheets) all in one place.
  • You want your child to learn to enjoy all kinds of music and art.
  • You want your child to be well-rounded.
  • You want an affordable option for music and art lessons.


This is not for you if:

  • You already have a curriculum you are committed to.
  • You want to do all the preparation and research yourself.
  • You don't want anyone else teaching your children.
  • You don’t want to add music and art to your homeschool.

"The art training of children should proceed on two lines: The child should begin both to express himself creatively and learn to appreciate art.”

Charlotte Mason

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How much time should I devote to music and art study?

You can plan on spending 10-20 minutes three days a week using the basic lesson plans or about 15 minutes a day if you want to add music or art each day.

Are there benefits of music appreciation I don’t know about?

Music is beneficial to brain development and will aid in every area of your child’s education. Music appreciation will balance out the more academic subjects to bring beauty and enjoyment into your child’s life and will give your child a well-rounded education.

Also, the more we know about something, the more we enjoy it. Your child will know orchestra instruments, history, who certain composers are, and grow to enjoy all kinds of music!

Are there benefits of art appreciation I don’t know about?

Art is a part of human expression and being human. Art appreciation will balance out the more academic subjects to bring beauty and enjoyment into your child’s life and will give your child a well-rounded education.

Also, the more we know about something, the more we enjoy it. Art can be enjoyed at all ages.

I already have so many school subjects to prepare for. Is this going to take a lot of time?

No! The courses are “open and go" with no prep required (except to print a few sheets).

What is the difference between music appreciation (listening) and active participation in music?

Musical development corresponds to language and brain development, so listening skills developed in music appreciation will aid in language, reading and math skills.

Also, listening increases attention span, concentration, social skills (i.e., learning to listen to others, communication, sensitivity, compassion), and  impulse control. 

Also, music can be enjoyed at all ages and skill levels through listening.

Active participation in music will increase the development of these skills along with fine motor development, eye-hand coordination, taking turns, appropriate social interactions, creative expression, and providing an emotional outlet.

Are there benefits of drawing I don’t know about?

Drawing is beneficial to brain development as it works both sides of the brain and enhances creativity and self-expression skills.

Art education will balance out the more academic subjects to bring beauty and enjoyment into your child’s life and will give your child a well-rounded education.

How often will there be live classes?

Live classes will occur once a month and focus on either a music topic or an art topic.

Join the Jus' Classical Fine Arts Membership today for only $19 a month!