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Michelle Warshany
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Laugh, love, live free, and sing
Laugh, love, live free, and sing

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3 Tips for Including Adult Students in Your Studio
Adult music students are my absolute favorite to have in my studio. For a while though, I didn't really consider the possibility of teaching adults. I thought that people often either did something in childhood or didn't and that usually dictated what they ...

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Being a music teacher can bring a lot of stress. From teaching classes(sometimes to the entire student population) to putting spectacular performances, it's definitely easy to feel the pressure. Check out these tips for relieving stress and keeping calm. Fi...

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November Small Goals
Halloween has passed and November is finally here! I'm linking up with Jennifer from The Yellow Brick Road to bring you my November Small Goals. 1. Get back into a morning routine. I had such a good morning routine going until September. It wasn't an extens...

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Rhythm & Poetry
Cross curricular activities are great. But sometimes it's tough to marry two subject areas evenly. While using songs to teach addition, grammar, and other concepts is helpful for students, it may not truly be teaching or reinforcing musical concepts. Incorp...

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Halloween Costume Ideas for Music Teachers
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays! I love planning my costume and seeing all of my students dressed up as their favorite characters. Here are some musical ideas to get your creative juices flowing for this year's costume. Under A Rest Grab yourself a...

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Volunteer Organization Made Easy
Do you want to take your students on a field trip but dread volunteer sign ups? Did your last party or celebration have 15 desserts and 1 side dish? Do you want an easy way to display class wish lists and ensure you get what you want? Sign Up Genius is the ...

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Obwisana - A Singing and Passing Game from Ghana
Obwisana is one of my favorite songs to teach! I even remember learning it wayyyy back when I was in elementary school. It's a fun game that you can keep simple or add levels of difficulty. Though the original song is about rocks, I used bean bags with my s...

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September Small Goals
I'm linking up with Jennifer from The Yellow Brick Road to bring you my September small goals! Blog My goal is to begin blogging more regularly. After the survey from my 500 follower giveaway, I got a great idea of what kinds of posts you all are looking fo...

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5 Children's Books About Women in Music
Incorporating literacy into music is an important part of my classroom. Celebrate Music in Our Schools Month and Women's History Month with these 5 books! 1. For the Love of Music: The Remarkable Story of Maria Anna Mozart by  Elizabeth Rusch Many people kn...

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Wow! I can't believe I've reached 500 followers on both Facebook and TeachersPayTeachers. I am thankful for each and every one of you that has supported me through my journey as a teacher-author. Celebrate with me by entering to win one of three prizes! You...
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