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  • Almost There- Holiday Activities for the Finish Line!
    I had one concert last Friday and after another 4 rehearsals, had the last two concerts on Wednesday. Whew! 28 pieces of music later, I am tired.  We all know what that feels like, and how nice it is to hear from teachers and parents how much they enjoyed the concerts!  ... read more
    Source: O for Tuna OrffPublished on Dec 15, 2017By Aimee
  • Have You Taken the Free Music Lab Course Yet?
    Did you know that Music Educator Resources has online courses you can take? Yep! I enjoy doing online courses because I love to help teachers improve their teaching, learn, grow and stretch. One of the courses that I have shared is The Basics of Starting a Music Lab, which is a ... read more
    Source: Music Educator ResourcesPublished on Dec 14, 2017By Jennifer Foxx
  • So Your Concert Is Over, Now What?
    Whew! You made it(or you’re about to make it through the concert). You and your students put your blood, sweat, and tears into preparation. You might be in survival mode at this point and not even thinking about those few days in between the concert ... read more
    Source: Music with Miss WPublished on Dec 13, 2017By Michelle
  • So You’re Concert Is Over, Now What?
    Whew! You made it(or you’re about to make it through the concert). You and your students put your blood, sweat, and tears into preparation. You might be in survival mode at this point and not even thinking about those few days in between the concert ... read more
    Source: Music with Miss WPublished on Dec 13, 2017By Michelle
  • Dear Santa…Five music books you’ll want to find under the tree!
    Hope you are all having a joyous holiday season!Today I'm sharing five books with you that I think are wonderful for Christmas lists! How many of us ask for supplies for our classroom for the holidays or end up using gift cards/money to purchase things? I know my husband just ... read more
    Source: Elementary EtudesPublished on Dec 13, 2017By Christine Skog
  • A Creativity “Cheat Sheet” for Music Class
    There’s nothing mysterious about coming up with new ideas. As a matter of fact, there are no new ideas, only new combinations of existing ideas. Being creative is all about changing around different variables in different ways. When children seem stuck for ideas, suggesting one or two new variables ... read more
    Source: Music (and Science) for Young ChildrenPublished on Dec 13, 2017By Abby Connors
  • Santa Lucia- English Translation
    Santa Lucia- English Translation. I love this song but struggled to find a translation that fit the meter and rhyme of the Swedish version of this song. So I translated it myself with a little help from Google, and arranged it for piano. Free printable. The post Santa Lucia- English ... read more
    Source: Teaching Children MusicPublished on Dec 13, 2017By Tamsyn Spackman
  • How to Use the Revised Common Lectionary
    “A lectionary is a collection of readings or selections from the Scriptures, arranged and intended for proclamation during worship of the people of God.” (source)Used as a guide in services of worship across denominations, the lectionary is a useful tool for choosing and sequencing Scripture readings and related music and ... read more
    Source: Ashley DanyewPublished on Dec 13, 2017By Ashley Danyew
  • December Music Lab Task Card Update
    If you own any of the music lab task cards, the December updates are finished and have been uploaded! The following updates have been made: Went through and separated the “retired” apps in its own file Brand new layout Added a new “general” student reflection card you can use with ... read more
    Source: Music Educator ResourcesPublished on Dec 12, 2017By Jennifer Foxx
  • Singing Phones Giveaway
    I have two exciting things to share with you today. First, my article has been published on the National Associate for Music Education Website! I wrote all about my process of creating singing phones and the different ways you can use them in your classroom to improve pitch, diction, and ... read more
    Source: The Yellow Brick RoadPublished on Dec 12, 2017By Yellow Brick Road Blog

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