How to Use Color to Teach Music Literacy - Color can be a helpful tool when teaching music literacy and developing music-reading skills, for students of all ages. Color provides a quick way of sorting and organizing visual elements, especially elements that are the same. Here are some of the benefits of using color, plus four simple ways to start using it in your teaching. | @ashleydanyew
Your Name is a Song by Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow and Luisa Uribe is a celebration that reminds us of the beauty, history, and magic behind names. I want to share a few name activities you can pair with this book. These would be perfect for Back to School activities, but they can be used any time of year.
It doesn’t get much better than The Sorcerer’s Apprentice. This is such an exciting song and thanks to Disney’s Fantasia, one that is recognizable for most students. As you know from my post on the importance of teaching music history as can be found here, I just love these musically historical lessons. This is where […]
Reading Rhythms, Clapping and Patting Quarter (Crotchet) and Eighth Notes (Quavers) by Daniel J. Laubacher. Written for Worksheets with a duration of 1 min. Purchase, download and print sheet music PDF file now!