- FundaMusic Turns Into Mr. Noteman!
- Acoustic Acapella Hymn Solo #2 – Be Thou My Vision
- Acoustic Acapella Hymn Solo #1 – Amazing Grace
- New Year, New FundaMusic!
- True Education Is “With,” Not “At”
- What Do Beethoven and Books Have in Common?
- A Note by Any Other Name…
- Make Your Own Music Games
- What Are Music Manipulatives?
- Teaching Music to Preschool Children
Author Archives: Curtis Hollembeak
I posted K5 goals because I know how far I can take a group of Kindergartners. I posted the 4th grade goals, because I had a general idea of where I wanted those children to end up. So, I went … Continue reading
This post is in honor of Ivan Bickett, who has taken the step of leaving his ordinary job to become extraordinarily self-employed. Having spent the last several years reading and studying about the subject of business, and having recently been … Continue reading
4th Grade Music Curriculum Goals Identify all major key signatures by name and number of accidentals Identify and perform common tempo markings Identify and perform all dynamic markings Demonstrate proper wind instrument technique on the Precorder Perform notes on Precorder … Continue reading
My wife and I had a nice long chat with some homeschooling friends of ours last night. I was attempting to get a feel for what types of music education materials I should provide for homeschooling parents to give their … Continue reading
I was going through some old files on my computer the other day, and I ran across this “motivational poster” I made several years ago. I got a good laugh out of it, and I thought you might enjoy seeing … Continue reading
Thanks to Google docs, I now have the FundaMusic survey online! If you are a homeschooling parent, I would love to have some feedback from you concerning what types of homeschool music education products you would like to have available. … Continue reading
My children, aged 7, 8 and 9 just began taking formal piano lessons this summer. We had worked with all three of them about 4 years ago on the piano before we had a major move and life change interrupt. … Continue reading
I have started thinking about a logo for the FundaMusic website. I really like the idea of using music symbols as letters, but I always feel like the symbol used ought to represent the letter that it actually is. For … Continue reading
All right, let’s get the “Fun” back into FundaMusic. To make this website a bit more personal, I took some pictures of myself in my music classroom. I took one of those pictures and put it into the header of … Continue reading