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Music Mentor is a group for any teacher or parent who wants music education resources, lessons, and free trainings. Stop trying to figure it out all on your own and get the guidance you've been wanting.
Members will receive...
-full access to quality elementary music lessons that include rhythm and melodic instruments, beginning and intermediate piano lessons, singing, movement and body percussion, and recorder with much more content being added frequently
-printable lesson plans to accompany each video lesson
-printable 30+ page workbooks to accompany the piano lessons that includes all the sheet music, music theory papers, parent tips, and practice logs
-A closed Facebook group just for members that includes live trainings, question and answer sessions with Jessica, detailed trainings about each video lesson, guest speakers, positive feedback, and encouragement and support
-Parent and teacher training courses coming soon for new music teachers, new to teaching music teachers, new to teaching elementary music from a secondary position teachers, homeschool parents and how to teach music, teachers new to teaching a different demographic of kids, how to structure a class period, how to put on a successful program, how to collaborate with other teachers or parents, how to set up a music classroom for maximum effectiveness, and how to teach a group piano class
-free printables of my favorite teaching resources and how to use them effectively, what to leave for a substitute teacher, curriculum map and lesson plan template, inspirational music education quotes, composer of the month guide, favorite songs from around the world and how to teach them, and much more
All lessons are from the same material Mrs. Jessica taught in her music classroom, which earned her teacher of the year at her school. New videos will be added periodically with a variety of learning topics.
I can't wait for you to join me!
Monkey Monkey Moo
Elementary Rhythm Instruments –
"Monkey Monkey Moo" is a song that uses ABA form. In the A section, we will be drumming the rhythm of the song. In the B section, we will be improvising our own rhythms. We will count the rhythms together using ti-ti, ta, and rest.
Materials needed-a drum, or a bucket, tupperware container, or the floor and electronic device or computer.
Difficulty level-simple enough for any age level