Low to No-Prep Winter Resources for the Music Room

Just the thought of teaching in December is enough to make music teachers twitch. The kids are hyped-up for the holidays, you have concerts to plan, and let’s not forget about colds that pop up at the worst times. I’ll be sharing some winter sub-tub stuffers that may come in handy when you least expect to be writing sub plans. Just print-copy-and-be-done-with it!

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Super Simple Circle Dance to Klezmer Music

Most kids are excited by the fast-paced, minor-key sounds heard in klezmer music, not to mention the virtuosic clarinet solos. They find it even more joyful to DANCE to it so I created a circle dance for my early childhood and primary music classes. Why limit introducing Jewish folk music to Chanukah? Use this dance any time of year!

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Hello music teachers!

I’m Jane, and I’m here to help make teaching more fun and less stressful by sharing ideas for the general music classroom! I’ve taught general music since 2009 and now focus on early childhood music.



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