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June Songs

All June songs can also be found in our YouTube June Playlist. Song List: 1. Improvisation 2. Rounds 3. Playing bells from staff 4. Dance expression to music of Mozart, Beethoven, Prokfiev, Gershwin 5. Music of Africa, Asia, Europe, South America, Australia, Russia, North America, India 6. Solfege 7. Drum echo, and improvisation 8. O […]

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May Songs

These May songs can also be found in our YouTube May Playlist. Song List: Bombalalom Hello Down by the Bay Frère Jacques Scotland’s Burning Jazz Row your Boat   May Songs Most of the new lesson topics are based on notation. We suggest you explore these new songs to continue the musical development and expansion […]

20Apr
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March Tips

Here are some March Tips from the creator of Montessori Mozarts. Generally speaking, it is best to play only the first half of ‘Peter & the Wolf’ to accommodate the attention span of the children, and the second half on another day. This can be accompanied by the visual representation of the story which is […]

12Mar
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June Tips

Here are some June Tips from the creator of Montessori Mozarts. Rounds Singing rounds is an activity children enjoy and should be introduced towards the end of the school year. The children should be very comfortable in singing the songs, on pitch, with accurate beat before attempting to sing in round. A round is a […]

12Mar
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May Tips

Here are some May Tips from the creator of Montessori Mozarts. Montessori based her teaching philosophy on establishing a concrete basis of knowledge before introducing abstract concepts. This belief is directly compatible with the now popular sound-before-symbol teaching process in which the child experiences music aurally, kinesthetically, and orally first, before labeling and reading its […]

12Mar
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April Tips

 Here are some April Tips from the creator of Montessori Mozarts. This month the children introduce themselves to each other through movement in the ‘Hello’ song. Hello, Hello, te-triple-te-trip-te-trip = each child faces a partner and clapps both hands on knees for the first half of the word hel-lo, raises hands and claps the partner’s […]

12Mar
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January Tips

January Tips Here are some January tips from the creator of Montessori Mozarts.   The development of solfege hand signs expands with ‘Scotland’s Burning’ demonstrating hand signs for do, so, re and mi (see page 95). ‘Scotland’s Burning’ is introduced initially as a song and once the children are familiar with the words the hand […]

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October Tips

Here are some tips from the creator of Montessori Mozarts. This month the focus is on developing listening skills and enhancing the song repertoire. The children are also introduced to the sound cylinders, and the bell materials. The farm animal sounds are used with picture cards of animals. The teacher can make these materials and […]