Many study music but why study music history? Music is pretty much part of everyone's lives on some level. Learning about the history of music and how it's changed over time, can help kids to appreciate it that much more. Maybe you have a budding musician on your hands! If you do, knowing music history and its roots will be extremely important. Come see how we can help you learn more about music with our wonderful resources!
Share 20-minute music appreciation lessons with your kids, with all music listening links included. Good for grades K-12. Can be used for high school credit. Notebooking pages are included.
The composers chosen for this set of mini-books and flashcards were inspired by and came from the book, Spiritual Lives of the Great Composers by Patrick Kavanaugh. Additional templates have been... Read More
This Copywork Notebook walks your student through daily bite-sized portions of quotes about classical composers. This product includes regular spaced lines for older students. Copywork Notebooks are... Read More
Looking for the perfect listening journal and activity book for your students to demonstrate active listening for Peter and the Wolf? Looking for something to send home with your students? I have the... Read More
In this lesson, students learn fun facts about George Gershwin and his music as they complete a WebQuest (Internet Scavenger Hunt) to answer questions about the topic. Then, they use that knowledge to... Read More
Great Composers Coloring Book includes 35 coloring pages with an additional 35 pages of large print copywork to trace that is perfect for young writers. Introduce your students to the lives and... Read More