Is the pencil outdated in the 21st Century Music Classroom?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 in teaching music. A lot of questions recently have concerned iPads

The Secrets to Creating a Successful Music Theory Curriculum

“Research shows a positive connection between teachers’ preparation in their subject matter and their performance and impact in the classroom” . I read this recently in a US study about teacher preparation research(1) and I’m sure that it’s no surprise to any of us that the more prepared a teacher is in their specific subject

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 long development timeline, as we have a slightly different approach to

Classroom Music Worksheets Renamed and Re-released today!

Our team at the Fun Music Company has been hard at work for the last few weeks finishing off a whole revamp of one of our products, which was previously known as Instant Print Music Lessons. Several months ago we decided to completely revise and re-release this product, as we felt that the name "instant

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