Movin’ & Groovin’ Part 2

In Moovin’ and Groovin’ Part 1, we talked about General Movement tips and Fun movement. Now, we will look at purposeful movements and how this benefits our students. Purposeful Movements Excercise. Movement, especially those to Read more…

St. Patrick’s Day Fun

Everyone needs a little fun on St. Patricks’s Day or just in March in general.  Here are two games you need to bring the fun into your Music Class. First, you need Looking for Golden Read more…

FREE Workshop

Join us Tuesday evening at 7 pm (CST) on Facebook Live for a FREE Music Room Solutions Workshop. In this class we will learn… A fun and free music game. How to adapt the game Read more…

Exciting News

I am so excited about what is new at Music Mom. Next Tuesday tune in to the Facebook page.  More information to come a little later this week. Whether you are a Music Teacher, or Read more…

Movin’ & Groovin’ Part 1

General Movements Know the maturity of your age group. Gross and fine motor skills develop at different ages. For instance, Most Kindergarten students can not skip, however fourth graders can. There are huge differences between Read more…

Flash Sale today!

  Here is a really fun way to teach meter.  Everyone can be given a baking pan or a team can be given a baking pan.  As always with Music Mom games there are three Read more…

Giveaway

Some friends and I have all teamed up for a Fa-BOO-lous Giveaway of some Fall products.  You do not want to miss this giveaway.  Register on each FB page.  The link is in each post Read more…

Let the Games Begin

Summer Games are just around the corner. I love the summer games and am so excited to watch them.  Are you? Gymnastics are my favorite! While you are relaxing watching the games and enjoying the Read more…

Pentatonic Hymns

Here is a list of pentatonic hymns and some that are simply harmony hymns that can be used in choir.  These can be used with voices, bells, boomwhackers, or any other pitched instruments. Jesus Loves Read more…