Latest Updates to Music Teaching Resources.

This month, ever since our latest launch, we’ve been in “update mode” to include new features and benefits in some of our other resources here at the Fun Music Company. The Junior Musicianship System, which is a theory system designed for younger students aged 4-7Read more…

History Of Rock n Roll: How Did Rock Begin?

Here are some You Tube Videos links  you could use to teach your students about to compliment the first lesson of the Fun Music Company History Of Rock and Roll Printable Music Lesson Plans Series. How Did Rock Begin- Video Resources “Rock Around the Clock”byRead more…

Free History Of Rock Music Lesson Plan Available

Did you know that we have a lessons plans free sample page available so you can try out entire lessons with your classes? This is what it looks like: When you get to this page, all you need to do is press the pdf buttonRead more…

History Of Rock Teaching Resources: Elvis Presley

Here are a few interesting you tube videos and teaching ideas about Elvis Presley that may be useful to you in teaching about the History of Rock and Roll. Hound Dog On the Ed Sullivan Show “Appearing on the Ed Sullivan Show Sept. 9, 1956,Read more…

Rock and Roll History: Rock Around The Clock

Marking some of the earliest footage of Rock and Roll music, this Bill Haley classic called “Rock around the Clock” brought teenagers to their feet as they couldn’t help but dance as they heard it, much to their parents disapproval. This is a perfect discussionRead more…

Resources for Teaching Music Composition

In a recent Music Education Twitter Chat,which took place on April 20th, 2010 EST the question of “What the Most Important Topics to Teach in the Music Classroom” were discussed. I was surprised to find out that many music teachers who participated in the chatRead more…

12 Tips for Managing a Difficult Preschool Music Class

Have you ever had to teach a difficult class in at the pre-school level? If you have, you  probably know about the type of class I am talking about. It’s the class which is constantly excited, but fidgety, calling out, making noises and touching eachRead more…

Music Funding For Schools: How We Can Continue!

This was the letter of gratitude sent to us direct from the teacher who needed music listening resources for the students in her high poverty school last week. Here at the Fun Music Company, we would like to extend our sincere appreciation to all thoseRead more…

Music Resources In Schools: Help music funding in schools this weekend!

Let’s see if we can fund a needy school to get more than $1000 worth of new resources this weekend! As music teachers, we all know the reasons why we think music is important in schools and all too often there’s just not enough fundingRead more…

Teaching the History of Rock and Roll? – What Should We leave out?

What facts Should you leave out when teaching about the History of Rock and Roll? I ask this question, because here at the Fun Music Company, we were editing our newest project (which is a complete set of lesson materials for teaching about the HistoryRead more…