Finding a way to use our students’ seasonal excitement to our advantage is key to our success in the fall. So here are a few ideas to get you through the season!
Teachers all over the US spend hundreds of dollars out of pocket to curate the perfect classroom. Mrs. Tanenblatt offers some suggestions to do more for less money!
With Pre-K programs becoming more popular, music teachers need to be able to plan effectively for their young students. Pre-k music can be a challenge, but these five tips will help you create lessons that are fun and engaging.
Whether you are looking for fun songs on YouTube or teaching tips for tongue twisters, I’m sharing my favorite vocal warmups that I use in my elementary music classroom and with my youth choir students.
Teaching can be hard enough, but when you are in your first classroom, some of those things can be overwhelming. If I could go back and tell brand new me seven things.
Are you just DYING to know who won our Sub Tub Giveaway? You can find the answer here, along with link to all of the resources that were included- just in case you want to recreate the Sub Tub for your own classroom!
Virtual music education is a fairly new concept. Michelle from The Musical Rose talks about her experience as a virutal music educator!
Patriotic music is an amazing way to bring so many different ideas into your classroom!
Ideas for managing challenging behavior that happen at the end of the year. Ideas for motivating your students.
Do you remember your first year of teaching recorder? I remember mine, it was a mess! I had music, PowerPoints, and method books but I didn't know where to begin. It's me, Jane, from SillyOMusic and if you are new to teaching recorder, I'm going to share...
Free resources for music teachers with free printables, lesson plans, manipulatives and more! An easy prep for winter break.
Although social media might be the furthest thing on your list for professional development, Instagram is currently a rockstar when it comes to connecting with other music teachers.
Thanksgiving is behind us, so now it’s time to jump into full gear and get the kids ready to perform some festive music for the winter season.
Meet Christine Skog from Elementary Etudes! Visit TpT Music Crew for more information!
Tips, lesson ideas, and resources for teaching composition with all ages: lower and upper elementary, middle and high school.
Find fantastic fall music free and paid resources to use in your classroom, including general fall ideas, Halloween ideas, and Veteran’s Day.f
Only have a few minutes to prep or plan? Let’s talk about tip and strategies to get the most out of your planning time each and every day!