If you are in need of elementary music distance learning activities due to COVID-19, don't pass up these FREE online elementary music literacy activities.
Are you faced with teaching elementary music classes online in response to COVID19? Read on for ideas & tips to teach distance-based learning.
Do you need simple dinner-time games to brighten your family member's day? These no-prep activities are perfect AND you don't have to have kids either. Adults enjoy them too!
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Increasing music advocacy by involving others is one of the quickest and most effective ways to build support for your music program. Grow your tribe.
You can increase music advocacy by developing music literacy in the elementary music classroom. See how you can implement these strategies at your school.
Do you need help gaining support for your music program? Don't miss these actionable steps to build music advocacy in the elementary music classroom.
Do you need simple ways to celebrate student success in your elementary music classroom? You can recognize REAL student achievement and increase motivation. And best of all, there is NO COST & NO EXTRA PREP!
Originally written as a series of Instagram posts, these tips to prevent teacher burnout will help keep you rejuvenated and ready to go every day.
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Children of different ages are not maturationally ready for the same activities, so HOW do you create music activities for grades K-5? Check out these ideas and activities.
Back to school time means teaching rules and procedures. What better way to teach music rules than by using music rules rhythm activities!
You can talk less & teach more music.With these tips, you can be a more effective teacher, enjoy teaching more & your students will learn more too.
Developing music literacy requires sequential lessons which build on prior learning. Music reading skills should be the foundation of music classes.
Education is a wild ride no matter what subject area or grade levels you teach. Find the support & resources you need, and stay buckled in!