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  • Four Fun Activities For Chinese New Year!
    I’m part of the Multicultural Kids Blog Hop for Chinese or Lunar New Year! I hope you enjoy these activities and also get a chance to check out all the other great posts below! There’s lots to do, read, create and explore at this exciting time of year. Here are ... read more
    Source: Tiny Tapping ToesPublished on Jan 14, 2019By Daria
  • Celebrating Black History Month in the Music Room
    There are so many ways to honor Black History Month in the Music Room - Spirituals, code songs from the Underground Railroad, and Civil Rights Anthems! Find ways to incorporate songs to celebrate Black History Month! The post Celebrating Black History Month in the Music Room appeared first on Sing ... read more
    Source: Sing To KidsPublished on Jan 14, 2019By Jennifer Bailey
  • Pre-Twinkle Suzuki Violin Practice Games: Listening Challenge
    Are you looking for Suzuki violin practice games?  Finding creative ways to get students to practice is never out of season. Finding creative ways to get them to listen to their Suzuki CD is even more important. This is a ready Suzuki violin game to keep them on track. Very easy to do ... read more
    Source: Music Teaching and ParentingPublished on Jan 14, 2019By Maria Stefanova
  • What Do You Do?
    Version 2When striking up a new acquaintance, sharing what we do for work is nearly always one of the first things we talk about. I have always responded by saying that I’m a music ... read more
    Source: Mr A Music PlacePublished on Jan 11, 2019By mramusicplace
  • Statue Game
    Do you have movers and shakers in your music room?  Those that wander around, roll in their seat, and are always moving?  To help lessen the movement during "concentration" parts of the lesson, I love to play the statue game.  We use it when listening, singing, and more.When listening to ... read more
    Source: Emily’s Kodaly MusicPublished on Jan 11, 2019By Emily Church
  • Four Pieces for Lent: A New Handbell Collection
    Four Pieces for Lent - a digital collection for 2-3 octave handbells (12-19 bells).png Lent is a season of reflection, sacrifice, and cleansing. “Create in me a clean heart, O God, and renew a right spirit within me.” (Psalm 51:10) ... read more
    Source: Ashley DanyewPublished on Jan 11, 2019By Ashley Danyew
  • 2019 Book List
    2019 Book List-01.png One of my favorite things to do this time of year is make a list of books I’d like to read in the year ahead.If you’ve been following along with me for a while, you know I don’t always ... read more
    Source: Ashley DanyewPublished on Jan 09, 2019By Ashley Danyew
  • Alle Eendjes for the Elementary Music Classroom
    There’s a good chance I’ll be traveling to the Netherlands this year. More accurately, my husband is bringing me along with him on his work trip. And that got me thinking; I know exactly zero children’s songs from the Netherlands. I started digging on Mama Lisa’s Website, and found ... read more
    Source: The Yellow Brick RoadPublished on Jan 09, 2019By Jennifer
  • How do you "do" vocal dictation/exploration within your classroom?1.  I posted a video on my facebook site - @o for tuna orff  this morning so go check out some other things to do.  Check it out here!2.  Vocal Exploration to Staff NotationClick here for previous blog posts about vocal exploration including ... read more
    Source: O for Tuna OrffPublished on Jan 08, 2019By Aimee
  • Mid-Year Review in Elementary Music
    We're just coming back from break and it's time to get back into the swing of things! I always start off in January with some time to review the fundamentals I introduced to each grade in the fall. Between the chaos of December and the break from school, everyone gets ... read more
    Source: Organized ChaosPublished on Jan 08, 2019By Elizabeth Caldwell

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