Music has always been apart of my life. I started playing an instrument in a band when I was 12 years old and played through my high school years. Now I want to bring that same love to my children. Here are some of the best Montessori music resources I can find!
I’m excited to bring you the next addition to the 12 Months of Montessori Learning. This month several of your favorite Montessori bloggers are sharing their best Montessori themed music posts. Don’t forget to check out all the links at the bottom of this post!
So many of our studies start with books. Here’s a great list to keep your little musician interested!
Story of the Orchestra : Listen While You Learn About the Instruments, the Music and the Composers Who Wrote the Music!
Pete the Cat: Rocking in My School Shoes
101 Rhythm Instrument Activities for Young Children
Barnyard Dance! (Boynton on Board)
Free Music Downloads
Free is always a good place to start! We have a laminator and love downloading and creating our own music resources.
There are always a lot of free materials compiled on Living Montessori Now. Here is Deb’s post on Montessori-Inspired Music Appreciation.
The World Instruments and Music Cards are all free on Montessori Materials.
There’s another free set of instrument nomenclature 3 part cards on The Helpful Garden.
Here’s a free printable from And Next Comes L to go with learning chords using Lego.
Montessori Music Lessons
Have a stash of good lessons is helpful to any parent and teacher. Here are some of the best Montessori music lessons!
Amazing collection of Montessori Theory Activities and Printables for Kids on Every Star Is Different.
Montessori Music Tray: Building Rhythms on And Next Comes L has a wonderful hands on lesson to help your preschooler with beginning rhythm work.
Great Storytime Ideas: Drum City activity on Growing Book By Book.
This is a hands on lesson to go with the book Carnival with the Animals on Living Montessori Now. The kit comes with everything you need for a fun lesson with our kids!
Natural Beach Living has a great post on Montessori Inspired Music for Preschoolers. This post also has a great free printable!
A great way to integrate art and music on Study At Home Mama. Check out 10 Tips How to Paint To Music.
Grace and Green Pastures has a fun post on Music Exploration: Listen Up.
What Makes A Sound? from Pre Kinders is a great intro to for toddlers and preschoolers.
Several great Rhythm Exploration for 2 Year Olds activities on My Life and Kids.
DIY Montessori Bells and Bells Board(s) on What DID We Do All Day? is so easy to make. This will be added to our classroom this fall.
Great example of a Sorting Musical Instruments Game on The Piany Homeschooler.
Beautiful DIY Music Fort that will make your creative side flutter! Find more great music ideas on The Natural Homeschool.
Grand Staff Game is for the beginning music student. Use this game from And Next Comes L game to learn to learn note identification on a grand staff.
Montessori By Mom is my new love! The toolboxes are so helpful. Everything you need comes in one box. I have used their materials in several lessons on Christian Montessori Network and my own site. This toolbox is Making Music and it a great way to get all the materials you need to teach music in on box!
Safari Musical Instruments TOOB are a wonderful tool to help kids learn the names of different instruments. We find having a key is really helpful for identification and matching games.
Rhythm Band 8 Note Metal Hand Bells can be used for years! This set is a must have for a musical home.
Have fun exploring music this month and don’t forget to check out all the Montessori music posts in the links below!
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Click on the links below to visit all the other Montessori Inspired posts from the participating bloggers.