Music with Miss W is Turning 3!

Music with Miss W is turning 3! In addition to a fun birthday giveaway, there are a few exciting changes that you can take advantage of: Free Resource Library - You're busy, you're on a teacher budget, and you need something you can print out tomorrow. Enter the free...

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Job Search and Interview Tips for Music Teachers

Job searching can be a daunting task. After going through the process recently, here are a few things I've learned. Cover Letter For me, writing cover letters are the most difficult part of the job search process. The best resource I've found for writing music teacher...

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Musical Opposites: Videos and Singing Games

Starting out lessons with a quick video is a great way to get students hooked on the day's lesson. Here are a few short videos to go along with singing games on musical opposite concepts high/low, fast/slow, and loud/soft. High/Low Andy Pandy Students march to steady...

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5 Children’s Books About Women in Music

Incorporating literacy into music is an important part of my classroom. Celebrate Music in Our Schools Month and Women's History Month with these 5 books! 1. For the Love of Music: The Remarkable Story of Maria Anna Mozart by Elizabeth Rusch Many people know about...

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