A fun game which helps children understand and recognize notes and symbols
A useful substitute lesson for high school students
Get your kids playing Boomwhackers with this fun Christmas song
Helping students learn how to add their own chords to a piece of music
Wonderful opportunity to expose your students to music of a different culture
A lesson idea contributed from one of our members about the Grammy Awards.
A popular lesson developed with thanks to one of the legends of Kodaly Music Education
Have fun with your students on April fools day with this spoof worksheet
A lesson idea using rhythm imitation for Grade three students.
A fun worksheet where students have to follow a trail of symbols
Ideas on how you can use boomwhackers with any children, no matter their ability levels
A fun little warmup tune that any children will enjoy
A fun little tune that students will enjoy with Boomwhackers
Ideas you can adapt, no matter the ability level of your students
A fun listening lesson for Grade 6 featuring Richard Wagner's famous piece.
Great ideas for drumming when you have little or no money for instruments
A fun video with ideas for warming up your choir
Ideas for simple classroom management anyone can use
A fun worksheet developing symbol recognition
How students in Grade four can use their creativity in improvising and composing, while taking the first steps in music notation at the same time.
This fun activity is an introduction to a longer film score project, showing students how to get started.
Ideas for getting creativity going with Boomwhackers
A composition activity for young children with a fun classroom video.
A composition lesson for Grade one students, with a breakdown of how it is taught.
A tutorial on teaching tuned percussion for Grade three students, including a fun arrangement to use in your classes.
An aural lesson idea for Grade two, with an explanation of how and why it is taught at this grade level.
A fun song to engage students in their first year of school.
Designing lessons around specific dates in rock music history
A game suitable for any children that develops their knowledge of rhythm symbols
Ideas for the week before easter to engage and motivate the younger students.
A fun game you can play with your students around easter time
A complete theory examination from level one of Printable Music Theory Books.
Learn a wonderful fun action song for Grade 1 called "Kye Kye Kule"
Your middle school students will love this fun game - and they'll learn all about the trombone slide positions at the same time.
Simple ideas for using the Ukulele in music class
Get percussion going in your classroom with the minimum of resources
You'll find your hidden capabilities to sing in this fun resource for Grade three students
A fun composition lesson suitable for grade 2, featuring a wonderful interactive whiteboard activity.
Ideas for developing rhythm in primary or elementary classes
A couple of fun worksheets which you can leave for a substitute teacher for a middle school class
An extension to a previous activity for learning how to put together a song using Garageband for iPad.
A complete lesson with a student handout
Download a free lesson using the latest elements of GarageBand music software, and learn more about what has changed in the software recently.
A personal development activity recommended for anyone
A fun christmas song with variations for Recorder
Ideas for getting students listening to classical music
A fun lesson focusing on one of the most influential events in rock music history
A fantastic little rhythm piece - great fun for percussion instruments
A composition lesson for Grade 3 which shows the building blocks of teaching improvisation.
A free assessment page which will be useful if you're teaching about instruments of the orchestra
A fun game developing knowledge on musical instruments
How to get those iPads being used in a very fun and practical way
A fun project using Garageband for ipad
Materials include a worksheet, factsheet and lesson planning ideas
Activities you can use no matter what the ability level of your students
A fun way to introduce music listening for grade 3
Ideas on getting listening going with your classes
A fun music appreciation activity for junior high school students learning about some amazing music from Igor Stravinksy.
A lesson for getting subjective listening going
Ideas for using junk percussion in the middle school to engage middle school students
Learn how students can move from singing a song through to learning some simple tuned percussion parts in Grade 2.
Helping us with one of the most important skills we need - selling music education!
A set of worksheets suitable for giving substitute teachers
another date driven lesson for teaching around St Patricks day
Help with this most important topic for high school students
Fun worksheets working on common and not so common musical instruments
Some useful flashcard resources for classroom and private teachers
Help students remember italian musical terms with this worksheet
A project for your class to discover more popular bands
A fun little rhythm score suited for untuned percussion instruments
A game suitable for piano teachers to help children learn their notes
A fun game developing musical knowledge
A fun lesson for older students which uses the excellent "Google Doodle" published in August 2017.
A fun game which develops the students rhythm reading skills
A resource shared with us from Orff expert Lynn Kleiner
A simplifed version of the Cup Song everyone is talking about!
Students will love this fun Spanish song - and you'll see how we help students learn correct pronunciations.
A simple lesson you can leave for a substitute teacher for just about any level.
A great activity for any class... not even just a music class!
How to use Junk Percussion to engage and motivate students of all ages.
A popular warmup for choirs of all ages
A fun activity for younger children to develop rhythm
Ideas for getting the Ukulele going
A Ukulele arrangment of the holiday classic song
A fun activity if you happen to be teaching on the special day in February
Fun ideas for warming up a band at any level
Helping students understand the important concept of intervals