Beatboxing and Bucket Beats…….What’s Going On ??!!

Through being in contact with over 55,000 music teachers from around the world every week, I know that the upper primary or elementary age is one of the most challenging groups that teachers have to work with on a regular basis. In most situations theseRead more…

Help Schools and Teachers get the funding they need!

Today, I’ve got something very special to share with you. It’s a unique opportunity to help music education in schools (even in your own school!) and it isn’t going to cost you a cent! Every year we do a special promotion to help us buildRead more…

A Sneak Peak of our World Music Teaching Resource

Today at the Fun Music Company today, we are extremely excited to announce the launch of our long awaited music lesson plan resources called  World Music Lesson Plans. We have been working on this set of teaching resources for months now and we know thatRead more…

Instruments Of The Orchestra Online Music Activities

A member of our Fun Music Company Community recently introduced us to this very cool website link put together by the team at DSO Kids. When you first get there, it simply looks like a list of instrument links, but press on individual links andRead more…

Music Resources In Schools: Help music funding in schools this weekend!

Let’s see if we can fund a needy school to get more than $1000 worth of new resources this weekend! As music teachers, we all know the reasons why we think music is important in schools and all too often there’s just not enough fundingRead more…

Discovering Music History in your lesson Planning

Learning about Music History is a bit like learning to eat your vegetables as a child. If you approach it in an authoritative way and say “You must eat your Vegetables” – and don’t enjoy them yourself you’ll have quite a hard time! (P.S. IRead more…

Picking Great Action Songs for your Educational Music Games

Teaching music to children can be a very challenging task since kids have very short attention span. If children in your class are bored they will quickly get fidgety and disruptive to the rest of the class. If you use your creativity in music classesRead more…

What is the Kodaly Method?

The Kodaly Method, which is also known as the Kodaly Concept, is an approach to music education, developed in Hungary during the mid 20th century. It was named after the Hungarian educator and composer Zoltan Kodaly. Though the method is named after him, it wasn’tRead more…

Technical Q&A about Music Theory Fun Sheets

Technical Questions How long do i need to wait until I get access to the product, and do I need to wait for email confirmation? Our members area uses the Amember management system – this allows you to choose your own username and password, andRead more…

What to do if a student refuses to complete their music theory worksheet

Learning Music Theory is an essential part of becoming a musician. Like it or not, music students are going to have to face the fact that there is no other choice but to sit down with a pencil in the hand and make the musicRead more…