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music_education_200x143.jpgSince 1985, March has been filled with sound, as Music in our Schools Month is celebrated around the nation. Sponsored by the National Association for Music Education, the event focuses the nation's attention on the need for and benefits of quality music education programs. This year's theme is "Orchestrating Success." Just imagine the fun your students will have learning science, geography, history, and language arts through these music-themed resources from Thinkfinity!


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Sing and Show Patterns

Illuminations | Lesson | PreK-2
This lesson accommodates multiple learning styles by engaging students in creating patterns with movement and translating the patterns into other forms.

A-Hunting We Will Go: Teaching Rhyming Through Musical Verse

ReadWriteThink | Lesson | K-2
Adapting the song "A-Hunting We Will Go," students put a whale in a pail and even "take a little bear and hug it if we dare."

"America the Beautiful": Using Music and Art to Develop Vocabulary

Illuminations | Lesson/Unit | K-2
Students engage in a rich study of vocabulary words from the song "America the Beautiful," using music and art.

Using Songwriting to Build Awareness of Beginning Letter Sounds

ReadWriteThink | Lesson | K-2
In this lesson, students create alliterative animal songs to help them learn letter names and consonant sounds and build phonemic awareness.

Brass Instruments and Pitch

ARTSEDGE | Lesson | K-4
This lesson introduces students to the instruments of the brass family. Students learn the types and parts of brass instruments and then create their own "brass" instrument.

Chinese Instruments

ARTSEDGE | Lesson | K-4
Explore the similarities and differences between traditional western instruments and Chinese instruments.

Duke Ellington and Jazz

Smithsonian's History Explorer | Lesson | K-4
Children and adults can enjoy exploring the story behind one of America's pioneers of jazz music, Duke Ellington, through children's literature, museum collections, and hands-on activities.

Percussion Instruments and Pitch

ARTSEDGE | Lesson | K-4
This lesson introduces students to the instruments of the percussion family. Students learn the types and parts of percussion instruments and then create a "percussion" instrument.

String Instruments and PItch

ARTSEDGE | Lesson | K-4
This lesson introduces students to the instruments of the string family. Students learn the types and parts of string instruments, and then create their own "string" instrument.

What Does This Song Really Say?

ARTSEDGE | Lesson | K-4
Students listen to, sing, and read the lyrics to various African American spirituals. They discuss the coded messages in the songs and the purpose of these codes.

Woodwind Instruments and Pitch

ARTSEDGE | Lesson | K-4
This lesson introduces students to the instruments of the woodwind family. Students learn the types and parts of woodwind instruments and then create a "woodwind" instrument similar to panpipes.

A Disaster in Song, 1912

Smithsonian's History Explorer | Collection | K-12
A collection of songs about the wreck of the HMS Titanic from the Smithsonian's On the Water collection.

Sea Songs

Smithsonian's History Explorer | Collection | K-12
A collection of whaling and sea songs from the 19th century from the Smithsonian's On the Water collection.

Jazz Up Writing Workshop: Writing Biographies of African American Jazz Musicians

ReadWriteThink | Lesson/Unit | 2-3
During a writing workshop, students research, write, revise, and share their own comp0rehensive biographies of African American jazz musicians.

Music from Across America

EDSITEment | Lesson | 3-5
In this unit, students listen to a variety of popular, traditional, and ethnic American music, from the evocative sounds of Native American drumming to the lively sounds of zydeco music from Louisiana. To develop their listening skills, students use worksheets to record their impressions about the music they hear. In addition to learning about musical instruments and the geographic and cultural context of music, children are encouraged to think about and express their personal responses to music.

Music, Poetry, and History: The National Anthem

Smithsonian's History Explorer | Lesson | 3-5
In this classroom activity, students will be able to recite the first verse and paraphrase "The Star Spangled Banner." Students will also be able to explain why Francis Scott Key wrote these words in 1814.

The Connection Between Poetry and Music

ReadWriteThink | Lesson | 3-5
Students won't miss a beat in this reading fluency lesson that combines music and poetry.

Design Your Own Performance

Smithsonian's History Explorer | Lesson | 5-8
Students will analyze images related to Celia Cruz and then design a performance to understand the role of aesthetics and style in the performing arts.

Finding Your Own Frog Prince

ARTSEDGE | Lesson | 5-8
Students will use a traditional tale, "The Frog Prince," and Jon Scieszka's variation of it, The Frog Prince Continued, to create improvised scenes and then a mini-musical inspired by Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods.

First Rhythmic Composition

ARTSEDGE | Lesson | 5-8
Learn about the terms and symbols associated with music notation.

Set a Poem to Music

ARTSEDGE | Lesson | 5-8
After exploring a "singable" picture book as a class, each student examines a personally selected poem for rhythm to determine its musical meter. Using previous musical skills, students set the poem to music.

Louis Armstrong Education Kit

Smithsonian's History Explorer | Lesson | 5-12
This kit of guided listening activities and streaming music offers an engaging way of introducing students to jazz. It traces Louis Armstrong's career as a musician, from influences in African rhythms and New Orleans marches through performances in the 1960s and 70s. It can also be used as an introduction to using music and sound recordings as primary sources.

On a Musical Note: Exploring Reading Strategies by Creating a Soundtrack

ReadWriteThink | Lesson | 6-8
Students create a soundtrack for a novel that they have read, as they engage in such traditional reading strategies as predicting, visualizing, and questioning.

Romare Bearden's "The Dove" - A Meeting of Vision and Sound

EDSITEment | Lesson | 6-8
What does the artist see? How does that vision shape our perceptions of society? In The Dove, artist Romare Bearden challenges us to examine Black culture in America. Constructed out of ordinary scraps of paper, his collage figures link the present day experience of the 1960s to the past. By examining the art of Romare Bearden, students will learn to appreciate the artistic and intellectual achievement of Black artists in America in the first half of the 20th century. By listening to music, students will see how art and music intersect to tell us a story. They will relate that story to their own lives.

The History Behind Song Lyrics

EDSITEment | Lesson/Unit | 6-8
Students research the items listed in the song "We Didn't Start the Fire" by Billy Joel, noting their historical relevance, and then document their findings using an online chart.

Thomas Hart Benton: The Sources of Country Music

EDSITEment | Lesson | 6-8
By analyzing Benton's painting, The Sources of Country Music, students will see the story of Benton's America and discover how the processes of modernity changed American life in the early decades of the twentieth century. By listening to folk music, they will understand how advances in audio recording both captured and changed this music. Moreover, they will discover how recording technology and the movies shaped the images of country style music.

Making History Come Alive Through Poetry and Song

ReadWriteThink | Lesson | 6-12
This lesson pairs a magazine article about the Edmund Fitzgerald shipwreck in 1975 with the Gordon Lightfoot song, "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald." After comparing and contrasting the elements of each text, students will choose a historical and, using the song as a model, create a narrative poem about their chosen event.

Playlist for Holden: Character Analysis With Music and Lyrics

ReadWriteThink | Lesson/Minilesson | 7-12
Students compile a playlist of 10 songs representing a literary character and explain their choices based on the book's dialogue, plot, conflict, and resolution.

A Harlem Renaissance Retrospective: Connecting Art, Music, Dance, and Poetry

ReadWriteThink | Lesson | 9
Students research, evaluate, and synthesize information about the Harlem Renaissance from varied resources, create an exhibit, and highlight connections across disciplines (i.e., art, music, and poetry) using a Venn diagram.

Corridos About the Mexican Revolution

ARTSEDGE | Lesson | 9-12
Students will be introduced to causes of the Mexican Revolution and key revolutionary figures. They will gain an understanding of a particular Mexican song form, the corrido, and its role as a vehicle for communicating the news and other important events.

Copyright Infringement or Not? The Debate over Downloading Music

ReadWriteThink | Lesson/Unit | 9-12
This lesson takes advantage of students' interest in music and audio sharing. Students investigate multiple perspectives in the music downloading debate and develop a persuasive argument for a classroom debate.

Exploring Measurement, Sequences, and Curves with Stringed Instruments

Illuminations | Lesson | 9-12
In this first lesson of this unit, students will measure lengths on stringed musical instruments and discuss how the placement of frets on a fretted instrument is determined by a geometric sequence.


Illuminations | Lesson | 9-12
In this second lesson of this unit, students will use their discoveries from the first lesson to place frets on a fretless instrument. They will then compare geometric sequences with exponential functions.

Form and Theme in the Traditional Mexican Corrido

ARTSEDGE | Lesson | 9-12
Students will learn about the traditional Mexican muscial form of corridos, which dates back to the 1800s and continues to be very popular. They will analyze the themes and literary devices used in corridos such as "El Corrido de Gregorio Cortez" and "El Moro de Cumpas." The lesson will culminate in students writing their own corridos based on the traditional form.

Jazz and World War II: A Rally to Resistance, A Catalyst for Victory

EDSITEment | Lesson | 9-12
This lesson will help students to understand the effects that the Second World War had on jazz music and the contributions that jazz musicians made to the war effort. The activities help students explore the role of jazz in American society and the ways that jazz functioned as an export of American culture and a means of resistance to the Nazis.

Learning From Lyrics

ARTSEDGE | Lesson | 9-12
Students research contemporary songs (alternative, country, metal, pop, rap, and rock music) to study current social issues.

Lights, Camera, Action...Music: Critiquing Films Using Sight and Sound

ReadWriteThink | Lesson | 9-12
Movie music and magic set the scene for this lesson in which students analyze a scene from Good Morning, Vietnam and then create a scene of their own.

Music and Me: Visual Representations of Lyrics to Popular Music

ReadWriteThink | Lesson/Unit | 9-12
Students will whistle while they work on this lesson, creating a photomontage movie of their interpretation of a favorite song's lyrics that will end everyone's day on a high note.

Properties of Sound Waves

Science NetLinks | Lesson | 9-12
This lesson helps students understand how sound travels and discover the difference between transverse and longitudinal waves.

Seeing Music

Illuminations | Lesson | 9-12
In this lesson, students will calculate terms of a geometric sequence to determine frequencies of the chromatic scale. They will then compare sine waves to see and hear the trigonometry behind harmonious and dissonant note combinations.

Stairway to Heaven: Examining Metaphor in Popular Music

ReadWriteThink | Lesson | 9-12
Students review the definition of metaphor and then examine the lyrics to "Stairway to Heaven," or another song, to find examples of metaphor. Next they search through their own music collections for additional examples and use an online graffiti tool to explore the significance of metaphor in song lyrics by creating a multimodal analysis of a selected part of the lyrics.

The Freedom Riders and the Popular Music of the Civil Rights Movement

EDSITEment | Lesson | 9-12
The participants of the civil rights movement recognized the power of song and performance and utilized this form of cultural communication in their quest for equal justice under law. The popular music of the early 1960s offers a unique and engaging entry point into the politics surrounding equal rights in mid-twentieth century America.

The Mozart Effect

Science NetLinks | 9-12
Develop an understanding of why skepticism is important in science by looking at actual scientfic studies regarding the effect of playing Mozart's music to infants.

The Poetics of Hip Hop

ARTSEDGE | Lesson | 9-12
Students will analyze form in Shakespearean sonnets and then analyze hip hop music to determine common characteristics between the Bard's work and the music of hip hop artists.

Audio Series/Podcasts

Chatting About Books Episode 16 -- Books With a Playlist

ReadWriteThink | Podcast | K-5
Hear about a collection of books that focus on music.

Swing, Jitterbug, and Sing the Blues

ReadWriteThink | Podcast | K-5
Music provides the perfect introduction and accompaniment to this collection of books including Jazzy Miz Mosetta, Sweethearts of Rhythm, and Boycott Blues.

Sea Songs

Smithsonian's History Explorer | Collection | K-12
A collection of whaling and sea songs from the 19th century from the Smithsonian's On the Water collection.

27 Club Myth

Science NetLinks | Podcast | 6-12
Statisticians test whether famous musicians are really more likely to die at age 27.

Air Guitar

Science NetLinks | Podcast | 6-12
In this Science Update, you can learn how computer scientists in Finland have turned the fantasy of playing an air guitar into a multimedia reality.

Bouncing Babies

Science NetLinks | Podcast | 6-12
Many musicians will tell you that they don't just hear music - they also feel it in their bodies. Turns out even babies do too.

Browsing Music

Science NetLinks | Podcast | 6-12
The Internet has changed the way we listen to music. Now, scientists in Europe are working on a smarter way to look for it. In this Science Update, you'll hear about a powerful music browser called SIMAC. Rather than searching for titles and text descriptions, SIMAC analyzes the musical properties of a digital audio track.

Chatting About Books Episode 36 -- Musical Books for Teens

ReadWriteThink | Podcast | 6-12
Hear about a collection of fiction and nonfiction books that explore the importance of music in the lives of young people.

Computer Composer

Science NetLinks | Podcast | 6-12
Hear how a computer program can generate an infinite amount of original music.

Driving Music

Science NetLinks | Podcast | 6-12
Not everyone can play a musical instrument, but most adult Americans can drive a car. That's why one engineer decided to combine the two experiences.

History Explorer Podcast: Freedom Songs

Smithsonian's History Explorer | Podcast | 6-12
Hear how compositions from different periods in music history have different mathematical properties.

Math and Music History

Science NetLinks | Podcast | 6-12
Discuss the use of freedom songs during the civil rights movement with students using this podcast. Includes a teacher's guide and student worksheet.

Music & Intelligence

Science NetLinks | Podcast | 6-12
A book, by the inventor of the Palm Pilot, uses music to unravel the mysteries of human intelligence.

Music & IQ

Science NetLinks | Podcast | 6-12
Although many public schools across America are cutting their music programs, a number of studies suggest that music classes can benefit children not only culturally, but also intellectually. You'll hear the latest in this Science Update.

Musical Illusion

Science NetLinks | Podcast | 6-12
Listen to a musical illusion, which causes us to hear what isn't there, and find out what it tells us about the infant brain.

Perfect Pitch

Science NetLinks | Podcast | 6-12
Hear how a Web-based, perfect pitch test reveals new details about musical ability.

Stone Age Tunes

Science NetLinks | Podcast | 6-12
Most people don't think of cavemen as being very sophisticated, but the discovery of prehistoric musical instruments might change that opinion.

Jazz in DC

ARTSEDGE | Audio Series | 7-12
From Fairmont Street to U Street, from Howard Theater to the Bohemian Caverns, take a tour through jazz history with Billy Taylor and Frank Wess, who lead listeners through their hometown's music scene in this 6-part audio series. Through memories and music, they describe growing up in the nation's capitol, their musical coming of age, and the people and places that are indelibly linked to the world of Jazz.

The Music of India

ARTSEDGE | Audio Series | 7-12
The music of India is as diverse as its many cultures. India has over a billion people and hundreds of dialects and languages spread across the seventh largest country in the world, but there is still an undeniable "sound" that makes Indian music unmistakable. This 3-part audio series, hosted by PBS journalist Hari Sreenivasan, explores different aspects of Indian music: Indian musical instruments; the styles of music across India; and what makes Indian music unique - and where it is going.

Abraham Lincoln and Music

ARTSEDGE | Audio Series | 9-12
This interactive explores President Lincoln's taste in music. The three short audio clips address Lincoln's love of the theater and popular music as well as the impact that music had on his political campaigns and presidency. Also considered is the relationship of music to the Civil War.

Classical Music in America

ARTSEDGE | Podcast | 9-12
A trio of podcasts tell the most exciting parts of the history of classical music in America, from the earliest colonial beginnings to the present. While the general sweep of events is made clear, the focus is on interesting stories that most listeners will find surprising. Music clips enliven the presentation.

Gulf Coast Highway

ARTSEDGE | Podcasts | 9-12
The Gulf Coast Highway knits together the rich diversity of music and cultures of communities across five states, from Houston, Texas, to Jacksonville, Florida. In this series of podcasts, high school students will learn how the diverse styles of blues, choral music, Cajun, zydeco, brass band, border music, and gospel meet and mingle in the Gulf Coast region.


"Seeing" Music

Smithsonian's History Explorer | Activity | K-4
Your computer can make music and turn it into a different kind of visual art. Part of a resource set entitled, An American Story in Dance and Music, this activity includes step-by-step directions for exploring your computer's visualization programs, discussion prompts, and background information.

Are You Talented?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Today's Wonder of the Day takes a look at the wide variety of things people can be really good at!

Can One Man Be a Band?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Today's all-new, musical Wonder of the Day is all about one man!

Can You Play a Didgeridoo?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Today's Wonder of the Day takes a look at an instrument that's a real ABORIGINAL!

Can You Play a Kazoo?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Today's musical Wonder of the Day has a sound all its own!

CD/DVD Cover Creator

ReadWritethink | Tool | K-12
The CD/DVD Cover Creator allows users to type and illustrate CD and DVD covers and related booklets to provide notes and other information. Students of all ages can use the tool to create covers for books, music and movies that they have explored. They can also create covers for music and videos they compose themselves.

Do You Need Special Shoes To Tap Dance?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Can you hear that? It's tap, tap, tapping at the door. What is it? Why, today's Wonder of the Day, of course!

Does Practice Always Make Perfect?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
We think today's Wonder of the Day is just about perfect!

Have You Ever Had a Frog In Your Throat?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Ribbit! Croak! Those are just two of the words you may be saying after reading this Wonder of the Day.

How Are Acoustic Guitars Different From Electric Guitars?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Don't fret! We're back with an all-new Wonder of the Day that'll have you strumming and singing the praises of six strings!

How Can a Voice Break Glass?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Make sure you join us today for the last day of Camp What-A Wonder! We're having a talent show!

How Do You Hula?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Today's Wonder of the Day will have you dancing in no hoop required!

How Do You Play a Harmonica?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Today's wonder won't give you the blues, but it may have you playing them. Take a deep breath and get ready to make some beautiful music.

How Do You Play a Trumpet?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Tune in to Wonderopolis as we meet an instrument that has been playing an important role for centuries.

How Do You Play the Bagpipes?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
If you like plaid skirts, you're going to love today's Wonder of the Day!

How Do You Play the Piano?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Today's Wonder of the Day will have you tickling the ivories!

How Do You Yodel?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Yo! Tune up your vocal cords, because today's Wonder of the Day will make you sing!

Music in Our Schools Month is in March

ReadWriteThink | Activity | K-12
Check out the Music in our Schools Calendar of Activities from ReadWriteThink.

What Are Shadow Puppets?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
If it wasn't sunny in Wonderopolis today, you wouldn't be able to see the Wonder!

What Is a One-Hit Wonder?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Today's Wonder of the Day is the best ever. Seriously, it's No. 1 all the way!

What Is a Spit Valve?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
We don't mean to toot our own horn, but we think today's Wonder of the Day will be music to your ears.

What Is Flamenco Dancing?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Flamingo? Not quite. Put on your dancing shoes and join Wonderopolis as we head to Spain to explore the flamenco.

What Is Folk Music?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Hey folks! Be sure to enjoy today's all-new musical Wonder of the Day!

What Is Jazz?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Saxophones, trumpets, trombones,'s Wonder of the Day has all that -- and so much more! Are you jazzed? We are!

What Is Zydeco?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Be sure to tune in to today's Wonder of the Day for a Cajun treat for your ears!

What Makes Sounds Louder?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Listen up, wonder friends! Today we're turning up the volume in Wonderopolis and riding the wave. The sound wave, that is.

What's So Special About Broadway?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Today's Wonder of the Day has it all: glitz, glamour, song, dance...and a walk down "The Great White Way."

Who Wrote the National Anthem?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Feeling patriotic? Warm up you vocal cords and wave the flag. It's time to sing the praises of your nation today in Wonderopolis!

Why Do Orchestras Need So Many People?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
Tun in to a wonder that will be music to your ears. Wonderopolis is alive with the sound of music!

Why Do You Pick a Banjo?

Wonderopolis | Video/Activity | K-12
We're picking and grinning today in Wonderopolis. Join us as we take a closer look at an instrument that doesn't mind being picked on!

Design and Play a Drum

Smithsonian's History Explorer | Activity | 1-6
Make a drum from materials available at home or school. Look in your recycling bin for inspiration! This activity includes step-by-step directions, discussion questions, and ideas for extending your learning.

Send Postcards From the Concert

ReadWriteThink | Activity | 3-5
Music can set a mood and tell a story, even when there aren't any words. In this activity, children listen to a musical selection and create a personal response on a postcard to share with family and friends.

Groovin' to Jazz 8-13

Smithsonian's History Explorer | Activity | 3-8
In this music activity, students will learn how to listen to and appreciate authentic jazz recordings by listening to recordings by jazz greats and reading brief introductions that discuss the relevance of the songs as well as how to listen to them.

Perfect Pitch

ARTSEDGE | Activity | 5-8
Batter up! This multimedia exploration introduces students to the most enduring all-stars of the orchestra: the instruments.

Groovin' to Jazz 12-15

Smithsonian's History Explorer | Activity | 6-10
In this music activity, students will learn how to listen to and appreciate authentic jazz recordings by listening to recordings by jazz greats and reading brief introductions that discuss the relevance of the songs as well as how to listen to them.

Sound Sketch Tool

Illuminations | Tool | 6-12
Sound can be measured and quantified in many different ways. Sheet music is one way to represent a series of sounds. MP3 players and computers use a different representation to store a sound. This activity includes software that allows you to sketch and quantify sound using two different representation.

The Invention of the Electric Guitar

Smithsonian's History Explorer | Activity | 6-12
Students will learn how the need for louder guitars led to the invention and proliferation of the electric guitar and how the emergence and popularity of rock and roll led to the guitar's commercial success and more innovative designs. Students can view the collection of guitars from the exhibition, click on each guitar to learn more and listen to audio commentary by guitarist G.E. Smith. They can also listen to recordings of different types of guitars in a section entitled "How Guitars Work".

Tuning Forks Demonstration

Smithsonian's History Explorer | Interactive/Media | 6-12
Meet curator Steve Turner as he discusses the Smithsonian's scientific instrument collection. This video focuses on the science behind and uses for tuning forks, including demonstrations of tuning forks on resonators, the Grand Tonometer, a medical tuning fork, and a beats apparatus.

Music in Movies: You Pick the Soundtrack

ReadWriteThink | Activity | 7-12
In a movie, music can ramp up the tension or make a happy moment explode with joy. In this activity, teens are invited to consider how music contributes to a movie scene. Does it succeed or fail in making the viewer feel something?

Personal Playlists: Ten Favorite Songs

ReadWriteThink | Activity/Project | 9-12
Work with a teen to create a wiki with everything people should know about the teen's top ten favorite songs - and your favorite songs as well! Then invite friends to add their favorite songs too.

Sound Wave

Illuminations | Interactive | 9-12
Frequently, sound is described using terms such as pitch, tone, frequency, intensity, or loudness. To understand the origins of these terms as well as to understand the mathematical models used to represent sound, this applet can help you to explore the dynamics of a sound wave.

Soundscapes: The Arab World

ARTSEDGE | Activity | 9-12
A Web interactive that allows students to mix sounds (beats, environment, instrument, music and voice) from the Arab World to create unique audio soundscapes.

Soundtrack for My Life

ReadWriteThink | Activity | 9-12
Teens are accustomed to the combination of text, images, and music to express meaning. In this ReadWritethink project, teens create autobiographies, adding music selections to their life stories.


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