Is learning to read music really that important? Studies show that it is! Think about this...music has been around for thousands of years so there must be something to it. Scientists' studies show differences in the brain of children who had musical training before the age of 7, and those who hadn't. The skills kids use, learning to read music, can also be applied to other areas of study. Come see what resources we have that can help your children learn this important skill!
A set of 20 spring themed music worksheets is created to help your students learn to trace, copy, color and draw symbols, notes and rests commonly used in music. Practice in copying them onto their... Read More
Are you struggling with teaching solfége or looking for a fun, new method for teaching solfége to elementary students? Then look no further! Pitch Hill is for you!
Looking for an exciting way for your students to practice beat vs. rhythm? Would you like your students to get excited about decoding quarter notes, eighth notes, sixteenth notes, whole notes, half... Read More
5 easy traditional kid songs set up to play by Color! Here are 5 traditional kid songs transcribed for color coded play on piano, keyboard, xylophone, colored tubes, or other tapped instrument.
Here are five more easy to play songs in adapted notation for playing instruments by color. See below for how to set up your keyboard. ... Read More
These fun, NO-PREP printables are a great activity for celebrating summertime your music class, and make for easy music sub worksheets and plans, centers, and colorful bulletin boards.