Rhythm Clock – A Fun Idea for Elementary Music at School

Rhythm Clock has always been one of our most popular video resources. Just recently, one of our music teaching friends, Rob has recently given us another idea based on this game. So my thanks go out to Rob and to all the teachers who haveRead more…

Introducing Percussion to Primary School Children

The value of movement in connection with learning is unparalleled in our elementary and primary classrooms. In cultures around the world, exploration through percussion is a natural way of connecting children to the group and developing their motor responses. Movement through music, furthermore, helps stimulateRead more…

Starting Young is Key to Success

“Learn as much as you can while you are young, since life becomes too busy later.” ~Dana Stewart Scott It’s well known that Exposure to all sorts of experiences for children at young ages is very critical in their early development. Learning languages are aRead 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

Just how do you draw a Treble Clef?

Here’s a little debate we had here at the Fun Music Company while we were writing the Printable Music Theory Book

Elementary Music Lesson Plan

Here are 3 tips for teaching some Basic Music Symbols that you could use in an Elementary Music Lesson Plan. Feel free to use as many or as little as you like and if you would like to add some feedback or extra ideas pleaseRead more…

Music Lesson Plan for Kindergarten

Here’s a little music game that really works well with small groups of preschoolers to elementary school children. The game is called “Notes to Riches” and it is what it sounds like – MONEY! All you need is some $1 bills play money – goRead more…