All children develop values and traditions of at least one culture, and these cultural frameworks give meaning to everything a child experiences. For this reason, it is crucial that teachers value cultural diversity and appreciate the importance of providing socially
Music is more than just an engaging subject for young children in schools. Research conducted by the Brain and Creativity Institute (BCI) at the University of Southern California has recently demonstrated that exposure to music and music education accelerates brain
A great way to engage kids in music is to use songs that they already know and love. Pop music provides some great hits that can help you create fun and engaging music lessons that children of all ages –
Rhythm is the foundation for understanding music and for some primary school kids it can be a challenge to grasp.
Using songs they are familiar with is a great way to teach kids about rhythm / duration, these three songs
Looking to create an interactive and fun music experience for your students? Don’t let a lack of the obvious instruments hold you back.
Have a look around your classroom and you will discover you have more instruments then you knew!
Have you thought about “Flipping” your music classroom. This article explores the benefits!
When we empower students to play an active role in their own learning the results can be astounding!
We came across this great article from Jeffrey Pflaum on Edutopia called Using “Music Writing” to Trigger Creativity, Awareness, Motivation, and Poetry
Pflaum writes “The Contemplation Music Writing Project, as I came to call it, uses an innovative form of