Strategies for Music Education
||These teaching strategies and lesson plans will provide you with easy-to-use and developmentally appropriate practices that can be used in young children's music education. Learn how to incorporate technology in your classroom with teaching strategies that support the National Standards for Music Education. There are great lesson plans that will have your students singing, moving to the music, and learning about language. You'll find helpful resources to incorporate music across your curriculum.
"Start the Music" Lesson Plans
- Twinkle, Twinkle: Music and Curricular Connections
Using children's songs, these lessons show how to teach music while meeting curriculum standards. There are activities for "It's So Good to See You", "Hello There",
"Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star", and "Who's That Tapping at the Window?".
- Musical Passports: Building Musical Bridges
Young children can learn to understand the organization of language by learning song lyrics. These music lessons include activities for "On the Bridge at Avignon", "Eency Weency Spider", "Grandma Moses", and "Are You Sleeping".
- Movement and Circle Games
Incorporate movement into your music lessons with these fun singing games for "The Telephone Rings", "Ring Around the Rosie", "Shoo Fly", and
Technology & Music Connected
- National Standards for Music Education
Incorporate the nine National Standards for Music Education into your curriculum. Use these resources to teach students in grades K-12 about singing, instruments, music composition, and much more!
|Provided in partnership with NAfME|
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