What are Morning Classics?
After the completion of our twelve planned Morning Virtues issues, we've decided to shift the "theme" that fuels the planning of each issue. Rather than focusing on a specific virtue and curating books, poetry, hymns, scripture, art, and music around that virtue, we have curated a list of classic literature, art, and music that should meet the heart and minds of all of our children.
The layout, age range, scope, and format will NOT change in anyway. Simply, how we curate the books and highlighted content will shift. For example, in our first issue of Morning Classics, our primary books will be Little House on the Prairie and Silent Thunder: A Civil War Story, coupled with art by Grandma Moses and music by Debussy (with a thematic title "Pioneering). Fantasy features A Wrinkle in Time and Gulliver's Travels with art by Picasso and music by Tchaikovsky. Our Imagination features male protagonists in The Buried Bones Mystery (Clubhouse Mysteries) and Peter Pan, with art by Norman Rockwell and music scores by Stravinsky.
***You'll might also note - if you are a Classical Conversations family - that many of our composers and artists over the 12 planned issues of Morning Classics correlate nicely to the next few CC cycles.