Take a plain long-sleeved tee & give it some musical pizazz! Keep reading to find out how.
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Welcome to the 1st "Music History with Fischarper" video!
Join Fischarper & learn about harpist, composer, & teacher Henriette Renié! (more after the break)
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In case you missed Tuesday's post, my poodle helped me compose a piece of music!
Wanna see how Alfred's composition turned out? Enjoy the video below!
Dog picks my makeup? Nah. My poodle helped me compose a piece!
Wanna see the four-legged composer in action? Enjoy the video!
How cute are these little felt animal hair accessories? Taking inspiration from these, I thought it might be cute to make a mini felt harp ponytail holder! After working on drafting out this project, I realized it’s similar to the catnip harp toy!
Keep reading to see how to make your own harp ponytail holder!
So you've seen some harps that are look smaller than others....what's the dif?
Want to watch the video? It's just below.
Prefer a text abridged version? It's below the vid. However, you will miss a moment of my hilarity if you don't at least watch the beginning of the video. :)
Top 40 on harp? Yep! Enjoy my harp cover of “Girls Like You” by Maroon 5 & Cardi B.
I keep a private Pinterest board of blog project inspo, & this paint stir stick activity was one of the pins I saved. Similar to the swipe painting project, I didn’t click through to the original project before working on a music version for the blog.
This is a great activity for pre-reading students. It’s not meant to get students to perfect or even identify notes. It’s more so that students are exposed to the types of notes & their names. It’s similar to the bunny music matching game if you made it so it matched by color.
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