Here’s an amazing way to start (or finish) the week.

Here’s our weekly takeaways and life lessons in music captured on video for this week. Enjoy! 1: I don’t think anyone could have ever expected these deep and moving lyrics about lockdown from this lovely music teacher: 2: We were born to love! Watch howRead more…

Should I cancel my concert?

Today I have a question from a member of our mailing list, and its something that is on all of our heads right at the moment, as right now the world has a big challenge – and that is this Coronavirus disease which is appearingRead more…

Out of the Blue…

This week’s video is very different- I was on a bike ride and got to a windy cliff overlooking the sea … and some insights about my week suddenly came to me. Here’s what it looked like (along with some unexpected insights into life andRead more…

It’s about the rules we make…only to break!

Have you ever had times where things just don’t feel like they’re ever coming together and yet had other times where it’s all been so easy? I was reflecting on it this morning on my run and I realized that there have been two majorRead more…

Is the pencil outdated in the 21st Century Music Classroom?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 inRead more…

New Theory Approach proving successful with Studio Teachers

Recently one of our colleagues and fellow music teacher, Jennifer Foxx used one of the newest Fun Music Co products, Interactive Music Theory for her Summer Camp Workshop. She’s just written an awesome, detailed review on her blog on how it all went. The catchRead more…

Five Classroom Movie Projects to Make Learning Fun

Introducing video technology into the classroom can be a great way to engage kids, make learning fun, and help your students develop an interest in technology. Video is an ideal medium for your students to express themselves, and giving them a copy of their projectRead more…

Five Ways to Keep Your Class Totally Engaged in Music

What was your first experience of music? Was it dancing in the kitchen? Listening to a parent sing along to the radio? Or perhaps, pounding the piano keys with your sister or brother?   As educators, we aspire to re-create the experience that made usRead more…

iBook 2: How Does this Affect The Music Teacher?

“There is no reason today to assume that our kids have to use the same tools they did back in 1950 – Infact to do so is to prepare them for a world that has already past” This was a quote taken from some ofRead more…

New Revisions For Printable Music Lesson Plans

Usually our best revision and ideas come from the teachers who are using our resources in the classroom day in day out- Teachers just like you!  This latest revsion is for the set of Claude Debussy resources in the Great Composers -Printable Music Lesson PlansRead more…