Music Education

Collection by Lindsay's Kodaly Inspired Classroom • Last updated 4 hours ago

25.01k 
Pins
 • 
5.15k 
Followers

This board is open to music educators of any age range!

Lindsay's Kodaly Inspired Classroom
World Music
Other Pins

World Music

See more

Other Pins

This time of year can feel so stressful.  You've got holiday parties, performances galore, and oh so many gifts to buy.  But, it's also possible to find joy in this season too.    In this episode, we'll discuss how even though this is the most overwhelming time of the year, it is possible to beat the holiday stress while still teaching music to your students.

Ways to beat the holiday stress as a music teacher

This time of year can feel so stressful. You've got holiday parties, performances galore, and oh so many gifts to buy. But, it's also possible to find joy in this season too. In this episode, we'll discuss how even though this is the most overwhelming time of the year, it is possible to beat the holiday stress while still teaching music to your students.

Are you wanting to do performances or programs with your students, but it seems a bit "tricky" this school year? In this episode, I'll share some simple ideas to still have amazing performances with your students and to help you think outside the box a bit.

How to put on COVID-19 music performances

Are you wanting to do performances or programs with your students, but it seems a bit "tricky" this school year? In this episode, I'll share some simple ideas to still have amazing performances with your students and to help you think outside the box a bit.

Teaching after Winter break can be tough.  If you're wanting to find some motivation for getting back into teaching music, than this post is for you.

"But I Don't Wanna!" - Motivation for Teaching Music After Winter Break - Jessica Peresta- The Domestic Musician

Getting back into the groove of teaching after Winter break can be hard. Let’s be honest, you’re so used to lounging around and may have put school out of your mind for a few weeks. Just like a child says “I don’t wanna” when they don’t want to do something, you may have caught yourself […]

elementary music resources, elementary music lessons, elementary music ideas, homeschool music resources, homeschool music ideas

20 Fun Music Filler Activities FREE printable

elementary music resources, elementary music lessons, elementary music ideas, homeschool music resources, homeschool music ideas

This episode with Elizabeth Caldwell of Organized Chaos Music is all about restorative behavior management and equity in music education. I love this conversation and think it is one that is so important to have.  We talk about what it's like working with kids who have gone through trauma, how you can be a great teacher no matter what your school environment looks like, and even ways to bring hip-hop music into the elementary music classroom.

Restorative behavior management and equity in music education

This episode with Elizabeth Caldwell of Organized Chaos Music is all about restorative behavior management and equity in music education. I love this conversation and think it is one that is so important to have. We talk about what it's like working with kids who have gone through trauma, how you can be a great teacher no matter what your school environment looks like, and even ways to bring hip-hop music into the elementary music classroom.

One of my absolute favorite things to do with books is to make them musical.  You may already be making books musical with your kids without even realizing it.    The 5 ways I talk about making books musical in this episode are:  Use rhyming books, find movement books, books about composers and musical artists, reading musical scores, and story books

Making books musical

One of my absolute favorite things to do with books is to make them musical. You may already be making books musical with your kids without even realizing it. The 5 ways I talk about making books musical in this episode are: Use rhyming books, find movement books, books about composers and musical artists, reading musical scores, and story books

As a homeschooling parent, bringing a well rounded education to your child is important to you.  You want to bring music into your home, but maybe just aren’t quite sure how to begin.   It’s overwhelming with so many resources available and other parent educators doing so many different things with their kids.   In this starter guide, we'll explore the different ways, both informally and formally, you can bring music into your homeschool.

Homeschool music ideas

As a homeschooling parent, bringing a well rounded education to your child is important to you. You want to bring music into your home, but maybe just aren’t quite sure how to begin. It’s overwhelming with so many resources available and other parent educators doing so many different things with their kids. In this starter guide, we'll explore the different ways, both informally and formally, you can bring music into your homeschool.

Fun dynamics game! Your elementary music students will fall in LOVE with this interactive music game reviewing music opposites (loud soft)! Perfect for kindergarten music lessons or first grade music centers! and distance learning.

Dynamics: Loud or Soft ~ Music Opposite Interactive Music Game {raccoon}

Fun dynamics game! Your elementary music students will fall in LOVE with this interactive music game reviewing music opposites (loud soft)! Perfect for kindergarten music lessons or first grade music centers! and distance learning.

*** CHRISTMAS SPECIAL $5.00 ***The following songs are included:• Silent Night• Sing We Now of Christmas• The First NoelThis product includes the following materials:• Overview and playing instructions• Musical arrangements used for each piece• Individual printable sheets for each assigned chime or ...

CHRISTMAS HYMNS - 3 Easy Chimes & Bells Arrangements BUNDLE #3

*** CHRISTMAS SPECIAL $5.00 ***The following songs are included:• Silent Night• Sing We Now of Christmas• The First NoelThis product includes the following materials:• Overview and playing instructions• Musical arrangements used for each piece• Individual printable sheets for each assigned chime or ...

Fun November music lessons plan ideas for kids with Thanksgiving music activities for elementary general music, band, orchestra, choir, and piano classes! Worksheets include treble, bass, and alto clef, rhythms, and solfege! Students love the Fall color-by-note pages and spinner board games! Perfect printables for music sub plans and the coloring pages look great on bulletin boards! #sillyomusic

Thanksgiving & Fall Music Activities, Worksheets, and Color-by-Note for November

Fun November music lessons plan ideas for kids with Thanksgiving music activities for elementary general music, band, orchestra, choir, and piano classes! Worksheets include treble, bass, and alto clef, rhythms, and solfege! Students love the Fall color-by-note pages and spinner board games! Perfect printables for music sub plans and the coloring pages look great on bulletin boards! #sillyomusic

Recorder Order: How to Easily Sequence and Teach New Music | TpT Music Crew

Recorder Order: How to Easily Sequence and Teach New Music

Did you just throw a song on the whiteboard and try to teach it, as is, like I did my first year? We didn’t get far.

5 Things to Consider if a Lesson Plan Fails - Jessica Peresta- The Domestic Musician

5 Things to Consider if a Lesson Plan Fails - Jessica Peresta- The Domestic Musician

What do you do if a lesson plan fails? In this blog post, I share 5 things to consider to help you move forward.

elementary music integration, elementary music lessons, elementary music resources

How to integrate music FREE e-course

elementary music integration, elementary music lessons, elementary music resources

Thinking about what your teaching might look like in the fall might be causing stress. In this episode, I want to go through the various teaching situations you might face next school year and how to make a plan to have success. The different situations discussed in this episode include: 1. Teaching like you normally would 2. Teaching on a cart in the general teacher’s classrooms 3. Continuing to teach virtually 4. Teaching only half of each class at a time 5. Sending home paper packets

Teaching music in the fall

Thinking about what your teaching might look like in the fall might be causing stress. In this episode, I want to go through the various teaching situations you might face next school year and how to make a plan to have success. The different situations discussed in this episode include: 1. Teaching like you normally would 2. Teaching on a cart in the general teacher’s classrooms 3. Continuing to teach virtually 4. Teaching only half of each class at a time 5. Sending home paper packets

These music classroom games contain winter activities for elementary music that your students will love.

Winter Games to Play in the Elementary Music Room - Jessica Peresta- The Domestic Musician

Winter can be a crazy time in the elementary music room. These elementary music Winter games will help get you to the finish line.

As I’m writing this, schools are closing everywhere due to the COVID-19 outbreak.  Music teachers are wondering how to teach elementary music remotely, when only given hours to prepare.My goal with everything I do, is to help you beat the overwhelm and to be the most effective music teacher you can be.  So, in this post, I’m sharing the best advice, strategies, resources, blog posts, and Facebook groups I’ve found.

How to Teach Elementary Music Remotely: Ultimate Resource Round-Up - Jessica Peresta- The Domestic Musician

Music teachers are wondering how to teach elementary music remotely, when only given hours to prepare. In this post, I'm sharing the best ideas I've found.