With more than 50 years of collective music education experience, Brian Hiller and Don Dupont are excited to bring you their tried-and-true curriculum. The elemental approach targets developmentally
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.
The baby birds are getting bigger and it's time for them to leave the nest and try to fly. However, this little group of nesters have decided they like their snug little nest and all of the amenities
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
These brightly-colored cards (11 inches wide by 3.5 inches tall) are a wonderful way to enhance the listening, analysis, evaluation, and description of music, music performances and more. Printed on coated
There's always a song to sing with this charming collection designed especially with primary children in mind. Celebrate Halloween, Valentine's Day, Saint Patrick's Day, Martin Luther King Day, Mother's and
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.
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
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