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You can teach the performing arts like a rockstar, even if you’re not a specialist.

Arts education tools that make non-specialists look like specialists

The problem with teaching the arts is that many teachers asked to teach them don’t have the background or skills to feel confident. Stageworthy resources are designed by a specialist, for non-specialists. Even if you’ve never taught dance, drama, or music before, these resources will engage your students, satisfy curriculum requirements, and help both parents and administration see the value in quality arts education.

Fall Music Lessons – Songs & Activities for Autumn

Fall is such a fun time to teach music because there are so many great songs and activities that you can pull into a fall theme. Song Ideas for Your Fall Music Lessons Leaves Free Fall Music Printables from Prodigies Fall Music Lessons - Lesson Plans for Autumn These...

Easy first day of music class tips for non-music teachers

First day of music class activities for elementary The first day of a new school year can be stressful for any teacher, but it can be even more nerve wracking when you are teaching a subject that is not in your wheelhouse. Many teachers are asked to teach music...

Solfege Lesson Plans – A Beginner Guide to Teaching Solfege

Looking for Solfege Lesson Plans? Solfege is an important building block in elementary music, but if you're not a specialist it may seem overwhelming. Luckily, solfege isn't actually that hard to learn and it can make your music lesson plans more interactive and fun,...

Tips for tableau lessons in elementary drama

Tips for tableau lessons in elementary drama

"Tableau" is a drama term that you may have heard before, even if you aren't an experienced drama teacher. But what is it really, and how can you use it effectively in your drama lessons? What is tableau? Tableau is essentially a freeze-frame of a scene. Instead of...

Music Lesson Plans Grade 1 Teacher’s Guide

Music Lesson Plans Grade 1 The grade 1 music curriculum is all about setting up a strong foundation in basic concepts. Duration (Rhythm) in Grade 1 Beat vs Rhythm Fast & slow tempo 2/4 and 4/4 metres quarter note, eighth note, quarter rest rhythmic ostinato Melody...

Easy Instruments of the Orchestra Lesson Plans

Easy Instruments of the Orchestra Lesson Plans

Elementary students love learning about different instruments! Whether you're teaching in person, hybrid, or online, here are some great resources for teaching timbre and the instruments families of the orchestra. If you're planning a teaching unit on the instrument...

Kindergarten Drama Activities: Guided Role Play

Drama lesson plans for Kindergarten to Grade 2 Teaching drama to very young children can be a huge challenge, especially if you don't have prior drama experience. Students in Kindergarten and grade 1 generally aren't able to read well enough to follow a script. Some...