Randy thought you would be interested in this story Imagine A Flying Pig: How Words Take Shape In The Brain Linguists used to think the human brain had a specific region devoted to understanding language. But brain scans now indicate … Continue reading →
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MusicFirst Newsletter May 2013 Welcome to the May 2013 of the MusicFirst eNewsletter. You are receiving this email because you either signed up for our newsletter on our site, or because you entered our iPad Mini Giveaway at a recent … Continue reading →
This a great site. My students really enjoy it. Check out Fraction Pies. Kids enjoy creating their own rhythms. http://www.philtulga.com/resources.html’>Music Activities and Arts Integration Lessons by Phil Tulga
Thank you South Florida Orff for sharing this. This is a PDF for you to download and share with parents, administrators and, teachers. Students may also find this informative. http://www.supporttmf.org/documents/BenefitsofMusic-Web.pdf
As of tonight our website is now able to accept payments for workshop registrations and chapter membership. The address for membership is http://gtbaoc.org/chapter-membership/. For workshop registration the address is http://gtbaoc.org/workshop-registration/. If you run into problems, please let me know at … Continue reading →
Another post from South Florida Orff
Open Educational Resources: Share, Remix, Learn – LiveBinder.
Thanks to South Florida Orff for this recent post.
Come sing some of the most famous American Folk Songs in history, plus a few new ones for you to enjoy that have been passed down in my family for generations. Great for starry nights around the campfire. Lyrics are … Continue reading →