Poetry can be intimidating to teach to some of us. Use this ultimate guide to poetry for multiple ages (for the intimidated) to help you. When you think about it, it is easier to teach a subject with clear cut answers. Your kids study and drop the information. They either get it or they don’t, […]
Children love the book, We’re Going on a Bear Hunt, and for good reason. It has rhythm, repetition, and hand motions! Did you know that you can take this story farther than you ever dreamed? Make and explore algorithms – even with your younger elementary student! An algorithm is simply the series of steps needed to complete […]
This is a great freebie from We Are the Music Makers.Children enjoy a good song or poem with rhythm. This “How to Teach Beat vs. Rhythm” study with FREE Printable would be a fun exploration for music appreciation! It uses two favorite rhymes – “Baa, Baa, Black Sheep” and “Hickory Dickory Dock.”Click here to download your […]
These free printables are a great tool to teach rhythm and beat and the difference between the two. They feature familiar nursery rhymes that make it easy for your child to focus on the concept rather than the songs. These printables are easy enough for a pre-school child to utilize, but an elementary-aged student can learn […]
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