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Composers cool would it be for kids to make their own? The teacher could keep the best ones and use for future classes!

Composer Unit Study « Preparation Education

Sheryl Welles has lots of tips for teaching music. Here's a picture of a game that would be fun to use to teach about composers. Write facts about each composer on the piano keys and cut them up. Mix the keys up with other composer keys and see if students can match the keys to the correct composer AND put them in order to look like a keyboard.

Notable Music Studio: Music Appreciation

Each month I take a few minutes to introduce my students to an influential composer and we listen to an example. I have Vivaldi, Mozart, Handel, Dvorak, and Copland so far..