What to Teach Right Now

Ideas, lesson plans, and activities for February in the music classroom!

Black History Month Resourcess

Valentine’s Day and LOVE

The Super Bowl

Here’s a Google Slides Super Bowl lesson!

In the News

“In the News” segments are the perfect way to start or end a class with a brief explanation (usually involving music) of a special day and then video examples. They vary in length from 4-7 minutes. For February:

Feb. 7-World Ballet Day with Misty Copeland
Feb. 15-National Gumdrop Day
Feb. 26-National Tell a Fairytale Day


Four pages of songs that kids LOVE! Songs include classic and current popular genres.

The curriculum is sequenced from 1-chord songs and slowly progresses to more and more chords.

All pages are located in the dropdown menu at the top of every page!

Play Alongs

Practice instrument identification and rhythms.

Challenge your older kids with this tapping rhythm game.

Winter Music

Who Has Seen the Wind?

Who Has Seen the Wind, The Remix-Lesson Plans in a Slide Presentation Format

The classic song, “Who Has Seen the Wind?” has been REMIXED with a hip-hop beat and a fun movement activity!

The Mitten

A bear snuggling in a mitten! YES!

Your kids will love this classic folktale written in a cumulative song form.

Use it alongside the Jan Brett book!

Whether the Weather

A very accessible and FUN instrumental piece using the classic rhyme.

Your kids will want to see who can say this tongue-twister the fastest!

Listen to it on TPT.

Winter Song Bundle

If you are looking for songs, movement, beat and rhythm activities, barred instrument play, and Orff arrangements, all with a winter theme, this is it! Listen to it on TPT!

Awesome Additions for Any Time of the Year

These awesome additions include quality music activities that aren’t seasonal but have a great engagement factor for many kids.

  • Monkeys Spinning Monkeys (TikTok hit)
  • Cephalopod Game (aka Squid Game and a decision each teacher has to decide if choosing this one.)
  • The Odd Song– a GREAT elemental-style xylophone piece where almost everyone can be instantly successful. I’ve used it with 2nd grade-6th grade.

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