Music In Our Schools Month blog post from Jooya Teaching Resources
Music In Our Schools Month blog post from Jooya Teaching Resources
Music In Our Schools Month blog post from Jooya Teaching Resources

March is Music In Our Schools Month, and this is the perfect time to advocate for why Music is so important for our student’s overall education.

There are so many studies out there that confirm the importance of Music Education for every student. Did you know that literacy and music are linked? Watch this short video about it! Click here.

What about this one, where they are studying the link between drumming/rhythm and literacy skills. Watch the video by clicking here

If you would like a FREE Music In Our Schools Month resource, check out the description below.

Music In Our Schools Month blog post from Jooya Teaching Resources
Music In Our Schools Month blog post from Jooya Teaching Resources

 

This FREE printable resource is the perfect addition for your classroom. It is a fun little activity for all your music classes, both young and old! Once completed it makes a great Bulletin Board display and the jigsaw puzzle pieces all join together so every student can be included.

Included in the Music In Our Schools Month FREEBIE:

  • 10 different puzzle pieces with writing prompts
  • 2 Music or I Love Music puzzle pieces
  • Large MUSIC IN OUR SCHOOLS MONTH letters to put with your display

This display looks great when printed onto coloured papers, or you could print onto white paper and let your students colour them in to add a more personal touch to the display.

Click below to get your FREE Music In Our Schools Month Display.

freebie link

Until next time

Happy Teaching

Julia from Jooya

I am a wife, mother, daughter, friend and High School Music Teacher. I have an understanding husband, two grown up children and one cat. I love the country life, especially as I can look out my back door and enjoy a beautiful view of cows ansd pasture. What is even better is that I enjoy the view without the cost! It's my neighbours' property. I am a classically trained Opera singer, but very rarely sing in that style. I love singing and will gladly sing at the drop of a hat. I play the guitar, although strictly rhythm these days, no solos, and enjoy my Tuesday night African drumming class down the road - it is great therapy! I love working with my students to help them see the best in themselves. I love my job and actually enjoy creating resources for my students.

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