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What are some of the benefits of music and movement?  Take under 7 minutes to see Rae Pica describe some of the skills, concepts and growth children achieve through music and movement!*  [VIDEO]

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A PE Teacher Demonstrates How to Incorporate Music & Movement into Your Lesson [VIDEO]

Incorporating music into your PE program makes movement activities fun for younger children. Kids love music and they love to move. But how do you tie the two into an engaging physical education class for the children? In this video,

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Resources for Teachers to Help Students Cope with Trauma

There’s been a lot of talk in the news lately about natural disasters, terrorist attacks and domestic violence. These events can have a great impact on our students. While some events don’t directly affect your students, others will have direct

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9 Easy Ways to Celebrate Music in Our Schools Month

Music in Our Schools Month

For over 30 years, The National Association for Music Education (NAfME) has named March “Music In Our Schools Month” (MIOSM). “The purpose of MIOSM is to raise awareness of the importance of music education for all children – and to

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A New Survey Tears Down the Myths about School Readiness.

School Readiness Myth vs. Fact

Myth-Busters About Parents A survey, conducted in Oakland, California last year, of low-income and/or immigrant communities with children younger than school age who are NOT connected to community services revealed some pretty interesting results. The survey actually dispels some of

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