Music education, when it is even available, typically begins in about third grade, writes Rourke O'Brien, the president and founder of the Children's Music Foundation. In this blog post, O'Brien offers several suggestions to help all educators integrate music lessons into the classroom. O'Brien encourages teachers to learn to play an instrument, use puppets and simple instruments, and buy music CDs that students can sing along to in class.
How all teachers can integrate music in lessons
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