What is the Kodaly Method?

The Kodaly Method, which is also known as the Kodaly Concept, is an approach to music education, developed in Hungary during the mid 20th century. It was named after the Hungarian educator and composer Zoltan Kodaly. Though the method is named after him, it wasn't actually created by him. The Kodaly concept of music uses

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Technical Q&A about Music Theory Fun Sheets

Technical Questions How long do i need to wait until I get access to the product, and do I need to wait for email confirmation? Our members area uses the Amember management system – this allows you to choose your own username and password, and once your payment is confirmed you should be able to

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The Right Tools for Music Theory are very important

I don’t know how many times I have found a student using a pen or inappropriate pencil for their music theory homework. Music is an art form, and when writing music on manuscript the dots, lines and curves are a graphical representation of that art. Therefore students need to develop a manuscript style of their

2010-03-29T19:53:39+00:00By |0 Comments

Making Music Worksheets effective in the music class

There are a great many books and worksheets for the teaching of music theory available. Many of these are excellent, and well written and researched for the instruction of music theory. 
There is one thing that over everything else makes certain worksheets and educational materials more effective in this area. This one thing is an

2010-03-29T19:39:36+00:00By |0 Comments

What exactly ARE Music Theory Fun Sheets?

What exactly ARE Music Theory Fun Sheets? Music Theory Fun Sheets are Worksheets designed for music teachers to use in music classes and for individual theory instruction. They are supplied in Digital Format so that you self print them - as many times as you need! Music Theory Fun Sheets are not normal worksheets because:

2010-03-29T06:23:41+00:00By |0 Comments

Learning Music for Music’s Sake

There has been a lot of discussion around the Music Education community recently about the benefits of music education for children. There is a lot of talk about the “Mozart Effect” where the listening to certain types of classical music are shown to have benefits in ordering the brain and thus improving intelligence. Some have

2010-03-28T19:51:32+00:00By |1 Comment