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Explore music. Explore the world.

MUSICALLY TRAINED FURTHERS PRESCHOOL, TK, AND ELEMENTARY MUSIC EDUCATION BY OFFERING FUN BOOKS, ACTIVITIES, SONGS AND CLASSES!

THIS MONTH’S FREE DOWNLOAD:

“DR. KING” – Call and response song for kids.  Continue the celebration of Dr. King and Black History Month with this fun song!  Listen to a live snippet below. Mailing list members will receive a download of the recorded version the second week of February.  Enjoy and spread peace and harmony.

 

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Find picture books that bring music to life.

 

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Disco at the Disco is out now.  The Musical Mable series is coming soon.  Learn more…

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Watch and discover all the wonderful things different genres have to offer, instruments, dance moves, yodeling, and more!

Just listen or find more videos.

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Bring unique genre classes to your students, home, or community.  Classes are mobile & I do birthdays! 🎉 

Paint by Genre and Themes & Things music classes. Learn more…

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All the ABCs of Musical Styles videos plus more ways to experience classical, disco, alternative, and more.

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Click to listen to original music for kids (fun for adults too)
VIDEOS
Read alongs, classic songs, and old favorites are all here.
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Browse and buy picture and coloring books designed to help children explore culture and music
ACTIVITIES AND AIDES
Downloadable content, song guide videos, and more
SCHOOL VISIT
Bring a class or presentation to your school or find one near you

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WHO LOVES MUSICALLY TRAINED:

I am a second grade teacher and I was given a copy of the book, “Disco at the Disco” along with a lesson videos to use with my class. I began by showing my students the intro video and I am so glad that I did because I did not realize how many of my students had never heard of a “Disco” or even knew what a “Disco Move” was. After connecting it to history, I read the story for our read aloud time. I modeled how to use expression  when reading by changing the sound of my voice to match each sound effect. Students then practiced changing their voices also along with me. They were a little confused by what the dance moves were so I am glad Cherie also included a video on the dance moves which we used as a brain break. They had fun with the dance moves and learned that is it okay to express yourself by the way you dress and the way you dance. I would recommend using this book as a lesson in a music classroom the most because students can practice keeping the beat and learn the history on how and why this type of music/dance was created.

-Lindsay A.

“I would recommend using this book as a lesson in a music classroom.”

Read Susanne N.‘s review of Musically Trained on Yelp

Cherie is an absolute delight!!  She visits the daycare my daughter attended and I got to see her in action one day.  She has he best attitude, really loves the kids and they love her, too.  I’m a teacher myself and I think she does a great job engaging the kids, educating them about music, themselves, and just how to be good people. She is well planned out.  She didn’t just do music, but she reads and teaches them all kinds of content.  Her classes are very hands on.   (more…)

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