It’s time to celebrate Black History Month in your Music Classroom. First let’s discuss what Black History Month is all about.
Adding Literacy to the Music Classroom
5 November Activities for the Music Classroom that Your Students Will Love
Adding the engaging activities with a little silly added is the best way to get your students listening and learning during this time of the year. That’s why today, I’m going to share 5 of my favorite November activities with you.
7 Super Fun Activities for fall
You probably have a ton of tried and true fall and Halloween activities, but you may find they’re not working the way they used to. Today, I’m going to share 7 super lively ways to keep your kiddos learning.
3 Rules to Use When Writing Something Spooooooky
Kateri Swavely joins us on the blog today with a lesson plan for the spooky season (built around Bach’s Toccata and Fugue) that I think you’ll love!
3 Ways to Make Outdoor Learning Fun
Whether you’re teaching summer music camp, summer music class, or you’re starting to plan for the new school year, there are lots of great ways to make learning fun and get your kiddos outdoors for a little mother nature TLC.
Storybooks Saved My Music Teacher Life
Kateri Swavely joins us on the blog this week to talk about how storybooks saved her music teacher life!
4 Ways You Can Teach Music Concepts Using Storybooks
Storybooks seem like something fun to add to your daily activities, right? The problem is, how do you use storybooks to actually teach music skill?
5 Steps to Teaching Composition Using Storybook Lessons
We’re talking about a more complex composition; the kind that involves composing a soundscape or writing expressive music to accompany a poem. Today, you’re going to learn the 5 steps to help you teach composition skills to your students using storybook lessons.
How to Access Storybook Lessons
What if you don’t like the planning part? What if instead you just want to by some ready-made lesson plans and have someone else do it for you? I can help with that.
3 Ways You Can Use Reading Strategies to Help Teach a New Song
Today I’m going to share with you 3 tried and true ways to help your young singers, and those who are a little bit older sound musical instead of shouty or robotic.