The World’s Biggest Music Lesson

This was a campaign put together by the UK government last year to support all school students across England to learn music to to help get them inspired about learning music. Here is a link to the first lesson in the campaign. It goes forRead more…

What are the Benefits Of Choosing A Quality Musical Instrument?

It’s so easy to think when buying student instruments that cheaper is better! But is it?……… This is simply NOT true and here are some reasons why you should not always go for the cheapest model or price available to you rather than a betterRead more…

Teaching Major Scales: Part 2

A post by Janice on Music Lesson Plans: Worksheets to help with Teaching Major Scales If you need theory worksheet content to help with teaching major scales then you may find that our Printable Music Theory Books could become an invaluable companion in your resourceRead more…

Teaching Major Scales: Part 1

A post by Janice on Music Lesson Plans: A Game to help with Teaching Major Scales If you’ve ever taught music theory, then you would know that it can be difficult to get students to remember the pattern of tones and semitones needed, the scaleRead more…

Win a $50 itunes voucher and contribute to a new e-book!

Find out how to win a $50 itunes voucher and contribute to a new music teachers e-book

Interactive Whiteboards: Using them in the Music Classroom.

There’s no doubt that interactive whiteboards can be fantastic tools for the music classroom. The question is just what materials can we use on them. This article will outline some ideas and would love your feedback on resources you may already be using.

Music Rhymes to help in a Music Theory lesson

What is the best rhyme for teaching the order of sharps and flats? Do you even use a rhyme? Currently at The Fun Music Company, we are really busy finishing and editing our next “Printable Music Theory Book” and this question came up so IRead more…

Should We Be Using Instrumental Music Video Games In The Music Classroom?

Yes, as with the other video games out there like the “Guitar Hero” series, the new craze this year is the the launch of the “Beatles:Rock Band ” video game. It has recently has hit the streets and looks like it could become game ofRead more…

Proof: Learning Music Makes Children Smarter!

On the 10th september, 2009, the UK Government kickstarting a schools music program which the govenment has dubbed the biggest music lesson ever which will reach thousands of schools and children throught UK.

Viva Zone- A free online music resource for Primary School teachers

Here’s an online resource you can play which is perfect for primary level music lessons.