A little girl hatches a plan to bring Broadway to her matinee loving aunt who's in bed recovering from a rhumba-related spill. Meet Dr. Walter Turnball and the Boy's Choir of Harlem as they rehearse
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A baker! A sailor! A cowboy! A movie star! Life offers so many choices for kids today. They are free to be whatever they choose to be! "When I Grow Up" explores these
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The perfect resource for teaching and assessing rhythm reading and writing for students grades K-5. With 12 levels available you can tailor this activity to differentiate between classes or even students.
Take advantage of the resources that the internet has to offer with this newest collection of WebVisits. Based on existing websites, these lessons are designed to enhance and energize your general
Advocacy is a large and important part of what every music educator does. Our students are some of the best advocates for music programs as they share the joy of music making through performances, the
Have you ever wondered how to use all of the varied percussion instruments you’ve picked up through the years to help deliver a fun and rigorous music education? This book shares great strategies for
Designed to be completed throughout the school year, this collection of whimsical yet sophisticated worksheets is perfect for creating student keepsake journals. Keeping music learning as the focus,
This companion to An American Methodology is a guide to yearly and weekly lesson planning for a ten-month school year.
Come on, dudes and dudettes! Join us for a rollicking western adventure — ride the open range, have a rough 'n tumble hootenanny, share a tale and a song or two, and sleep under the stars. This
In this fun singing game, students compete against their teacher by tapping the correct Yosemite Sam card with the giant hammer to answer questions about notes, rests, melodic fragments, rhythms, and
You're a secondary instrumental or choral specialist, newly assigned to the general music classroom. What now? Two experienced teachers who conquered this challenge offer practical advice with
What if a fantastic musician like Bach could catch a bolt of lightning on a ten-day walk to visit a famous organist? "Zap!" What if Beethoven suddenly zoomed down from the heavens to play the drums while
Everyone loves a superhero! What if famous musicians from long ago had superpowers? What if Francesca Caccino could tune string instruments by sending electrical charges through her superpowered hands, or
The feature book in this episode explores how rhyming, melodies, and mathematics help combine sounds of different instruments, making music fun - and fun music. Taking a trip to the Juilliard School of
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