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What is MusicEd Blogs?

MusicEd Blogs is a collection of the best music education blogs from around the internet. We cover general music education, band, choir, strings, music education methodologies, and more. Our blogs are relevant to elementary, middle school, and high school music teachers.
 
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Check the blogroll below for the latest music education posts. You can also scroll down and choose a category to find the blog you need.

Blogroll

  • Favorite Lesson for Teaching Quarter Notes, Eighth Notes, and Quarter Rests
    It's hard to believe, but the month of March is coming to an end! I'm finishing up my series on my favorite lessons for introducing different rhythm elements with the very first rhythm concept I introduce- quarter notes, paired eighth notes, and quarter rests. I introduce all 3 at once ... read more
    Source: Organized ChaosPublished on Mar 28, 2017By Elizabeth Caldwell
  • Spring Break for Teachers: 20 Things You Should Never Do
    As teachers, we all need a reminder to slow down and relax. Spring Break is a sweet time to do that. It is only a week, no time can be waisted. It comes at a time of year when teachers are most tired. So here we go, my list of ... read more
    Source: Music Teaching and ParentingPublished on Mar 27, 2017By Maria Stefanova
  • Spring Break for Teachers: 20 Things You Should Never Do
    As teachers, we all need a reminder to slow down and relax. Spring Break is a sweet time to do that. It is only a week, no time can be waisted. It comes at a time of year when teachers are most tired. So here we go, my list of ... read more
    Source: Music Teaching and ParentingPublished on Mar 27, 2017By Maria Stefanova
  • Rhythm practice for kindergarten
    Rhythm can be a tricky concept for younger students.  Today, I want to share some simple ways to practice rhythm with  kindergarten aged students. As part of Music in our Schools Month, I’m teaming up with some other music education bloggers for 31 Days of Rhythm.  You can check out ... read more
    Source: Learning by StepPublished on Mar 27, 2017By kcteach
  • Best Reference Books for Mothers of Multiples
    Parenting multiples (twins, triplets, or more) is a unique, wonderful, and daunting challenge. When I first found out I was expecting twins, I was at first pretty ecstatic after having gone through struggles with infertility. Then the reality of a higher-risk twin pregnancy and the prospect of two babies hit ... read more
    Source: Organized ChaosPublished on Mar 27, 2017By Elizabeth Caldwell

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Floating Down the River

Floating Down the River

Ginny’s Music Space

Ginny’s Music Space

i heart teaching music

i heart teaching music

Learning by Step

Learning by Step

Mrs. Chandler’s Music Room

Mrs. Chandler’s Music Room

Mrs. Peter’s Tuneful Teaching

Mrs. Peter’s Tuneful Teaching

Mrs. Stouffer’s Music Room

Mrs. Stouffer’s Music Room

Music Educator Resources

Music Educator Resources

Music Teacher Resources

Music Teacher Resources

Music Teaching and Parenting

Music Teaching and Parenting

Music with Miss W

Music with Miss W

Music with Mrs. Dennis

Music with Mrs. Dennis

Music with Mrs. Tanenblatt

Music with Mrs. Tanenblatt

Musical Gems

Musical Gems

Noteworthy by Jen

Noteworthy by Jen

O For Tuna

O For Tuna

Organized Chaos

Organized Chaos

Pitch Publications

Pitch Publications

Sally’s Sea of Songs

Sally’s Sea of Songs

SillyOMusic

SillyOMusic

Sing Play Creatively

Sing Play Creatively

Sing to Kids

Sing to Kids

The Bates Clef

The Bates Clef

The Domestic Musician

The Domestic Musician

The Music Mom

The Music Mom

Tiny Tapping Toes

Tiny Tapping Toes

Yellow Brick Road

Yellow Brick Road

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