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

3 Simple Steps to Teaching Remote Music

It’s May 2020 where  the Coronavirus continues to spread, lives are being disrupted, schools have closed and the financial markets have been going crazy. You don’t need me to tell you that. But even with all this craziness, we still need teachers. We still need people who are looking to serve, lead and inspire. Basically

Is the pencil outdated in the 21st Century Music Classroom?

By Kevin Tuck, editor, Printable Music Theory Books   I’m constantly communicating with music teachers all over the world. Every day I get emails and communicate with teachers via forums and blogs, and I read lots of opinions on the current state of technology in teaching music. A lot of questions recently have concerned iPads

Whiteboard Music Lessons Module Two Released

It’s finally here!! After months of writing, editing and revising, Module two of our Whiteboard Music Lessons - “Music Jam” series is now available for everyone to use. This level is much more comprehensive and detailed that we ever imagined it would be. The whole module contains over 280 interactive whiteboard slides broken down into

The Secrets to Creating a Successful Music Theory Curriculum

“Research shows a positive connection between teachers’ preparation in their subject matter and their performance and impact in the classroom” . I read this recently in a US study about teacher preparation research(1) and I’m sure that it’s no surprise to any of us that the more prepared a teacher is in their specific subject

Music Teaching Tips: Teaching about Peter and The Wolf in the Music Classroom

I’ve just stumbled across this set of very cool YouTube videos which would be relevant for teaching upper primary about Peter and the Wolf and the Instruments of the Orchestra. Click here to check out the story of Peter and The Wolf on Video   This is the story of Peter and the Wolf which

Why Jazz and Blues should be taught in the Music Classroom

Since we’ve been making music teaching resources, we’ve found out through our surveys that topics like Jazz and Blues hardly ever get covered in the junior high school or middle school. Even looking back on my own personal teaching experience, I have to now ashamedly confess, it was a topic I never taught much either.

The History Of Rock Videos: The King Of Rock and Roll

Here are the You Tube Videos links you could use to compliment the second lesson called “The King Of Rock and Roll” which is lesson two of the Fun Music Company History Of Rock and Roll Printable Music Lesson Plans Series. Feel free to use as you need and add other ideas to the comment

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"by Bill Haley and The Comets Debuting in 1954 and marking

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