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Making Sight Reading Fun!

recommended by Jen Sper, School Choral Music Specialist

Making Sight-Reading Fun! by Mary Jane Phillips
“Making Sight Reading Fun” – is that even possible? This creative resource book by veteran middle school choral director Mary Jane Phillips provides many different games to motivate upper elementary and secondary students to not only work harder on perfecting their sight reading skills, but to have fun while they do it! 171 more words

Staff Picks

4 Music Theory Games for Kids (Digital Print)

Whether you teach music in a classroom, in private lessons, or in a homeschool setting, your students need a solid understanding of music theory terminology, symbols, and note names. 440 more words

4th Grade

Program to support refugees at New Haven's Neighborhood Music School

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH)– New Haven‘s Neighborhood Music School is rallying to support refugees.

A “welcome to the neighborhood” fund is in place to help give new refugee families coming into New Haven educational opportunities. 71 more words


How music and singing benefits children

Music is everywhere: on the radio, in movies and television shows and as a backdrop when shopping or celebrating milestones. Music is an integral part of cultures all over the world. 29 more words

Music Education

Elementary General Music Clinic 2017

Elementary General Music Clinic
Wednesday 8/2/2017, 9:00 am-12:30 pm
Columbia Heights UMC
Stanton’s Sheet Music is excited to welcome Sharon Burch as our clinician for the 35th edition of our… 77 more words

New Publications

Sound studies and music education

The Journal of Aesthetic Education has published my overview of sound studies for those working in music education. I review the basic texts, some of the work of those in music education, and pose a few questions. 202 more words