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  Read more…

Interactive Whiteboard Ipad App idea for the Music Studio or Classroom

Here’s an idea for those wanting to become a bit more tech savvy over the holidays! I’ve just found this great read blog article called Whiteboard for iPad, written by pianist and composer Anne Crosby Gaudet. Anne composes piano teaching materials for children, has aRead more…

Do Musical Kids = Smart Kids?

Do music teachers imagine that musical kids are smarter or is it real? Here is a link to an interesting blog by which refers to some great you tube videos, researchers and in the blog, she challenges you to prove her wrong! The article isRead more…

Level Four Music Theory Released!

The final installment. I feel like George Lucas after finally releasing the last “Star Wars” film! This has been a long time in the making, and our team have had to work extremely hard to bring this to reality. I would particularly like to thankRead more…

Printable Music Theory Books Level Three Released!

Its finally here! After months of editing, checking and revising, level three of our Printable Music Theory Books series is now available. This level is more comprehensive and more more detailed than we ever imagined it would be. The workbook weighs in at 88 pagesRead more…

What to expect in Printable Music Theory Books Level Three

Its nearly here! Its been over a year since we launched level two of our printable music theory books series, and we are really excited to announce that level three of this series will finally  be available next week! Our products always have a longRead more…

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 useRead more…

Music Resources for Piano Teachers Special Offer

We were recently asked to help out with some materials for a US conference, which got us thinking about a special offer specifically for piano studio teachers. We’ve bunched up a few “must have” items for piano teachers and have given a substantial saving whenRead 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…