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Articles | March 15, 2017

There is no denying that music lyrics are easier to memorize than some of the basic facts that your students are asked to remember.  Instead of fighting for their attention,

Articles | August 8, 2016

All students start school with a love for music, whether they know it yet or not.  As educators, we can tap into this intelligence by engaging students with lyrics and

Articles | September 29, 2015

  Providing children with the opportunity to explore sound, feel movement and make their own music is the purpose of an outdoor music center. Allowing them to freely discover different

Articles | September 9, 2015

  Music is a universal tool for supporting early developmental growth in a number of educational areas including math. Through the use of harmonic sounds and melodies, opportunities to uncover

Articles | June 29, 2015

  During early childhood, exploring music can enhance children’s ability to express themselves through voice and body. Music allows for the discovery of sound, movement, and self-expression at any age.

Articles | December 1, 2014

Music can play such an important part in the classroom.  It helps with transition times, behavior management, classroom management, and can instantly change the mood of students (and teachers!).  While

Articles | March 29, 2013

It’s 4:30 in the afternoon and you have just spent another long day in the classroom.  As much as you love your job, adore your students, and feel like teaching

Articles | March 19, 2013

Guest article by Debbie Clement A MONTH of poetry!!! A full month to celebrate the play of words, the lilt of language and consider my roots as a song writer

Articles | March 13, 2013

  Looking for some new “get up and move” songs to give your students a brain break?  Check out the great suggestions from teachers all across the country. A special

Articles | October 16, 2012

If you watch any of the popular television shows that depict life in public schools, you might get the impression that the hallways are filled with students singing and parading

Articles | September 1, 2012

By Barbara Gruener Let’s face it; with increasingly difficult academic challenges and seemingly less time to fit it all in, there are fewer if any moments left over for meaningful

Articles | August 1, 2012

by Barbara Gruener, Guest Columnist I just spent the most wonderful week teaching at my church’s summer Music Camp and you won’t believe what my assignment was: Recorder Class. I

Articles | May 13, 2010

By now we’ve all heard about the benefits of learning a second language early in life—cultural sensitivity, improved math and abstract thinking skills, authentic accents—and the best one, it’s EASY

Articles | March 8, 2010

Keeping students motivated at the end of the school year can be difficult. Once spring fever sets in, it’s hard to get them to focus on classwork. Some really good

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