Archive Monthly Archives: March 2013

Math and the Japanese Soroban

Lately I have been doing a lot of research on how to teach math while in fact doing very little math with my children.  ๐Ÿ™  That’s going to change soon as I have chosen a course.  We’re going to learn and practice math with an ancient calculator.  One that, the more they use and practice […]

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Soft Mozart printables

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Soft Mozart Review

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Musescore E-Course

Assignments Music Notation assignment number one Music Notation assignment number two Music Notation assignment number three Music Notation assignment number four Music Notation assignment number five Music Notation assignment number six Introduction to the courseAs a music major, one of the most useful classes that I took in college was computer applications in music.  It […]

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Don’t worry about teaching him that…

This post is a response to a funny video I’ve been thinking a lot about. It’s funny!  It’s a bit over the top.  But seriously, what an awesome Mom!  And by the way, we really like Fisher Price toys.  The part about this video I want to comment on is the line at the end, […]

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Special Offer, free “Solfege Train” with Little Musician purchase

A few months ago, I purchased BrillKids “Little Musician” while I was finishing up my own product, “The Solfege Train”, and my children are using both in tandem.  I must admit that I think that these two are a great match, although I have an obvious bias. Little Musician is a fantastic product.  I previously […]

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Reading list for February

Soooo The following list is pathetic.  I lost one page of notes (which would double this list), my kids were sick so I didn’t take them to the library, we went out of town, I got side-tracked studying midbrain activation, yada yada yada.  Well, guess what, I’m going to post my list anyway because I […]

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