How to Teach Young Learners to Use Their Singing Voices as a Male Teacher

One of the most difficult things to do as a male music teacher working with primary learners is demonstrating a singing voice and having them match pitch. I do a lot of singing and playing and tend to use my falsetto voice a lot. At the primary age, it is difficult for them to displace … Continue reading How to Teach Young Learners to Use Their Singing Voices as a Male Teacher

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7 Play and Movement-based Springtime Music Activities for Kindergarten

It is that time of year again where music teachers and classroom Kindergarten teachers alike are looking for Spring activities for their youngest learners. As we know, Kindergarteners learn best through play and movement. The following activities is guaranteed to have them playing or moving in some way: These activities are designed in such a … Continue reading 7 Play and Movement-based Springtime Music Activities for Kindergarten

How to Create the Perfect Pop Performance

This is a guest post from Elisa Jones of ProfessionalMusicEducator.com. I am very excited to share this post with you. Check out her site and see what she has to offer. If it's anything like this lesson, I bet you will like it. No parent wants to hear ‘Old MacDonald Had a Farm’…again. There are … Continue reading How to Create the Perfect Pop Performance