Category Archives for music

Music projects and membership site.

Many things have happened for our family lately- moving to California, moving into an RV, and now, in our effort to be location independent, I have been hard at work on my music website.  Here are some of the free printables I have posted recently. Glissando is a board game based on Parcheesi. Solfege Fingers […]

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Kickster Campaign for a Location Independent income

Things have been crazy at our home lately.  We are moving into our RV in 12 (TWELVE!) days!  While I have dreamed about this move for a long time, now that it is at our doorstep, I’m starting to 2nd-guess myself, lol.  No, this is a good thing for us, the kids are excited, and […]

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Free Piano Lessons 4 Kids Review

Today I’m so excited to share a wonderful resources with you- FREE piano lessons!  No joke, check it out. https://www.hoffmanacademy.com/ His videos are also available on YouTube, like this one. When I was a teenager, I remember asking my Dad, an entrepreneur, why he one of his products was so much less than his competitors.  […]

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Beginning Rhythm giveaway

I’m hosting a giveaway of my own product, Beginning Rhythm, for two reasons.  First because this blog recently reached 100,000 page views and I want to celebrate.  ๐Ÿ™‚  But mostly because I have been asked to do a review and giveaway for another company, and since I haven’t really done a give-away before, I wanted […]

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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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Teaching primary songs on the piano

Since I started teaching my little girl piano, she has begged and begged me to be able to play her very favorite song in the world, which is “I am a Child of God”.  To make this song accessible to her, I color coded it with solfege and she has taken off with it.  I […]

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Toys for Tots Early Literacy Program

I know that I have posted a lot about BrillKids lately, and I’m about to do it again.  They are such an amazing company and I really love them.  Today I’m going to tell you a bit about their charity arm. I have been reading some of Glenn Doman’s books again, and one of the […]

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Little Musician review

I have been using Little Musician with my children for about a week now, and I wanted to give a full review since the product is on sale until September 2nd.  You can read my full review on my other site here: http://www.teaching-children-music.com/2012/08/little-musician-review.html

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My first Giveaway! Beginning Rhythm

Every spare moment I have had on the computer lately has been spent creating a new product, “Beginning Rhythm.” It’s been a lot of fun, but I am so happy to have it completed. I have also really missed blogging, and I look forward to getting into it again. What better way than to host […]

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Rainbow Castle

I created this game for my son this morning, with help from my husband.  The full post can be found here: Rainbow Castle.

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