Three ways to make yourself a more #FunMusicTeacher

Are you a Fun Music Teacher? Seriously… are you? I’m not just talking about if you’re a customer, client or friend of the Fun Music Company of course! If you are a client of ours then of course you have some wonderful materials, but this is talking about a lot more than just what materials

2021-04-08T07:54:12+00:00By |0 Comments

How to teach the Beat Sequencer using iPads

There’s so much technology in the classroom information out there it can make your head spin. But, you don’t have time, the energy or the money to try promising everything to your students under the sun. You just want to know what works best, apply it to your teaching and get the results you need

2021-02-15T06:10:22+00:00By |0 Comments

How to create fun music lessons for k-6 whether you’re teaching from school or at home in a few easy steps.

Have you ever wondered how to start with your music lessons?  Do you start with playing instruments, planning, writing, reading, ... etc?  In this curriculum training session,  I will help you learn the steps to build your primary or elementary music lesson plan and make it EASY and FAST to implement with your classes.  Anybody

2020-10-23T03:12:27+00:00By |0 Comments

3 Simple Steps to Teaching Remote Music

Even with all this craziness of the pandemic,  we still need teachers. We still need people who are looking to serve, lead and inspire. Basically the world needs you… which means you need to keep showing up and stay on top of your teaching, yet still look after yourself and your family. One of the

2021-03-27T07:23:03+00:00By |0 Comments

Music For School

If you’re teaching music at the primary or elementary level and want some fresh ideas for teaching music in your school, we’ve created a free series of six videos and all accompanying resources designed to help make music easier to teach and fun for students to do. About the Resources The free resources comprise of

2012-11-05T01:36:27+00:00By |1 Comment

Introducing Music Appreciation to Elementary and Primary Students

Music appreciation enriches the primary classroom through discovery and sonic exploration. The simple act of music listening develops a child's language development and ability to "decode" the abstract (Eisner, Legg). Students that actively engage in musical performance, whether in the classroom or in the concert hall, exhibit increased cognitive ability and self-expression. (Schellenberg). Besides the

2012-09-05T04:52:42+00:00By |3 Comments