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Animal Improv

Today we're sharing something we've never done before - our first resource in our new shop! Over the past few years, we've shared many free resources and we'll continue to share these because we love it. But we also keep having BIG ideas. Ideas that take a few months...

Memorization Checklist

Remember that post a few weeks ago about memory and different types of learners? Well I wanted to create something I could share with my students. Especially with my older students (such as the teens or college students), I'd love for them to realize which techniques...

Dollar Store Summer Activities, Part 2

Dollar Store Summer Activities Part 2 Oh dollar store, the store of my dreams… Ha ha, JUST KIDDING. But do you ever feel exhausted when you’ve ordered that big collection of books and new flashcards and TCW games (I love those!)... And then you see the total?...

Rhythm Search

Today I want to share a printable my students love! Rhythm Searches are my fun music version of word searches. A rhythm search is easy to use in private lessons and/or group lessons. I've made two levels to start with this month. Level 1: 4/4 time 1 measure examples...

Game Roundup

As recital season rolls around, I've been reorganizing my games and office space. This made me think about all of the games we've shared over the past four years - we have so many neat ones that I use all the time! So today I wanted to do a quick game round up to...

Q & A Improv

Today I am sharing an awesome improv idea for you to use at your next lesson. This activity reinforces question and answer phrases in an easy, fun way for students. I like to start lessons with improv to loosen students up and get them making music right away. First,...

Recital Bingo

As my group and private students prepare for the recital, we try to practice performing as much as possible. To encourage good audience listening, I'm using a recital bingo game that I'm sharing today. I've seen several versions on Facebook so I don't know who exactly...

Musical Playing Cards

In the search for something fun to do the last week of lessons before summer, I've created a new printable game for you!  The concept is pretty simple, they are just playing cards with note values on them, but I'm excited about all of the possible games I can play...