Instrument: (noun) a device created or adapted to make musical sounds.
My favorite instrument is my voice!
PB & J Piano Sandwich
You will need help from an adult to make this snack.
Cut the edges from 2 slices of bread. Save the edges for later. Make your peanut butter and jelly sandwich using your favorite peanut butter and jelly. Now cut your sandwich into long rectangles. Grab the edges from earlier and cut them in half. Place the edges between the rectangles, brown side up.
Now you have your very own PB & J Piano.
High school music teachers work with students to either begin learning an instrument or advance their existing knowledge from previous classes. Areas of teaching vary but can include music appreciation, band (jazz, concert or marching), music theory, chorus, music composition, digital music, or a specific instrument such as guitar or piano. In addition to music instruction, these professionals may also teach another subject, such as drama or public speaking.
Education: All states require public high school teachers, including music teachers, to have at least a bachelor’s degree, preferably in an area related to the subject they teach. A master’s degree may be required in some states.
Salary: Averaging around $43,470
For more information check out: https://www.learnhowtobecome.org/arts-humanities-careers/music/
Today’s challenge: Cups challenge! Use the tutorial below if you need a refresher or need to learn, and show off your skills using hashtag #ClubAtHome.
Parents, do you have a hard time getting your child to complete their chores? This week we are focusing on music. Many teachers and specialist use rhythm and music to help children remember words, how to solve math problems, and to learn scientific formulas.
Music can also help kids remember when and how to do their chores.
Hand washing song:
Cleaning your area song:
Brush your teeth song:
Just for parents song: