Grade 3 Music Lessons

2023-02-28T09:04:14+00:00By |

Are you teaching grade 3 music lessons? This article gives you an overview of a typical grade 3 music lesson plan, and shows you how you can implement it, no matter how much experience you have teaching music! What you need to teach Grade 3 Music Lessons You don't need massive amounts

54: What music teachers can learn from comedians in cars!

2022-12-01T05:56:25+00:00By |

A few days ago, I stumbled into a show called comedians in cars getting coffee. It didn’t take long while watching it to realize that even though comedians look effortless on stage, they actually have to work really hard behind the scenes to come up with new material that people will laugh at! What I

Pineapple on Pizza?

2023-02-28T08:54:17+00:00By |

Here at the Fun Music Company, we really value the interactions with our customers and clients. We’ve just put together a brand new ebook with a collection of nine of what we feel are “work every time” ideas for Music Education. These are tried and tested ideas which we’ve learned from the best in the

music composition lesson plan for grade one

2023-03-13T00:31:53+00:00By |

Looking to create a music composition lesson plan for grade one, but don’t know where to start? Well read on ... Teaching composition when young children can barely read or play a note is hard! And most teachers aren’t trained in the area of composition and most teachers aren’t composers! So where do you start

The Power of embracing your NEW!

2022-07-28T08:19:02+00:00By |

Have you ever been in that season of “something needs to change here”? It’s that feeling of balancing where you are now with climbing that “great teacher” mountain. It’s balancing that reality of what’s really going on right now with what you truly want. It’s about all the things you have to do to get

The New Australian Curriculum (version 9) has been released. This is what it means for music teachers in Australia.

2022-10-11T07:56:27+00:00By |

After a long delay which was extended due to COVID, The Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) have released the final version of the new Australian Curriculum. This represents the first major change in the Australian curriculum for Arts:Music, since the original version was released in 2014. You may be confused to see

50: Don’t Quit: Utilise the power of constant improvement.

2022-06-09T02:37:07+00:00By |

If the thought of getting through the last few weeks of school, new curriculum updates or starting from scratch again next term gives you a rash just thinking about it, I don’t blame you. Teaching can be “stress city”. Instead I’ve pulled together some resources that will get you to re-focus, so you can show

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