What Teachers are Saying:
" I feel that for the first time in my career I am teaching music properly and the children are actually experiencing a broad music curriculum"
'The children love it. When they hear the opening notes there is an audible “yes” heard around the room."
The Front Door
Using shapes and symbols to make music!
Graphic notation is a great way to encourage learning through creativity and practical experience.
The front door is a fun introduction to graphic notation with activities for all ages.
A resource that is open to endless musical possibilities.
The most practical and creative way to get music making happening in the classroom.
Follow the colour coded clock and get your classroom ensemble started.
Learn rhythms with and an amazing Octopus.
This section is ideal for exploring rhythm in the classroom. A series of rhythm activities and performances will have your class playing in time together.
Igor will keep the beat and you can have fun creating your own rhythms for everyone to play.
Learn about melody and pitch with a jazzy twist
This section will have your class singing and playing melodies with the incredible jazz cat.
Sing on your own or with some jazzy chords on the piano.
"An amazing resource for the classroom"
Etaoin Gray - Primary teacher
"Covering areas of the curriculum we've never attempted before"
Louise Boyle - Primary teacher