Simple Beauty Europeans: January

Here are the links to our suggestions for beautiful things for January, with a focus on beautiful words, sounds, and places that are old and beautiful and a focus on European artists, composers, and English poets, as well as a classic hymn and some beautiful Bodies of Water. Back to Simple Beauty Page

Simple Beauty Europeans: December

Here are the links to our suggestions for beautiful things for December, with a focus on words, sounds, and places that are old and beautiful. This month, we will study Gainsborough, Schumann, Stevenson, Winter Birds, and “Joy to the World.” Back to Simple Beauty Page

Simple Beauty Europeans: November

Here are the links to our suggestions for beautiful things for November, with a focus on words, sounds, and places that are old and beautiful. This month, we will study Vermeer, Chopin, the Brownings, Squirrels, and “O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing.” Back to Simple Beauty Page

Simple Beauty Europeans: October

Here are the links to our suggestions for beautiful things for October, with a focus on words, sounds, and places that are old and beautiful. We will study European artists and composers, English poets, a classic hymn, and some fascinating jumping creatures. Back to Simple Beauty Page

Simple Beauty Europeans: September

Here are the links to our suggestions for beautiful things for September, with a focus on words, sounds, and places that are old and beautiful. We will study European artists and composers, English poets, a classic hymn, and some fascinating jumping creatures. Back to Simple Beauty Page

Simple Beauty Ancients: April

In Simple Beauty for April, expect to learn something new about El Greco, meet Henry Purcell, learn about life in the Arctic, read more fables, learn the words and story of When I Survey the Wondrous Cross, and discover invertebrates who live in your yard or a nearby creek. Back to Simple Beauty Page

Simple Beauty Ancients: March

In Simple Beauty for March, expect to learn something new about Tintoretto, meet Antonio Vivaldi, learn about the countries of Africa, read more fables, learn the words and story of O Sacred Head Now Wounded, and discover spiders from your own yard. Back to Simple Beauty Page