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  1. Debra Kunz

    I just watched the first lesson. It was great and I think the children would really respond. We are still doing online Primary with Zoom to comply with the requirements of Germany, but hopefully soon those restrictions will ease and we can get back into the classroom for music. In any case, I can modify these wonderful ideas as needed to provide the children with a more interesting way to learn and retain the music. Thank you so much!

  2. Debbie Crockett

    You have been an inspiration to me. The primary children love music time now and I love teaching them. You have shared so much this last year and have had links on your website. If I come back to them later I no longer have access to them. It will show 5 of your last posts and that is it. I would love to be able access more ideas and information. The way you teach has brought me back to what I knew deep down as I have had to teach 4 of my 8 children differently due to dyslexia in its different phases and stages. Thank you for all that you do to help us in our callings as Choristers and moms.

    • Sharla Dance

      Dear Debbie,
      My YouTube Channel is called Teaching Primary Music. You can search that specifically. Many of the Singing time videos are also on this website, but if you will let me know what song or sequence you are looking for, I will put it in a post so you can for sure see it.
      Thank you for your kind words. I feel such a calling to share some of the things that really seem to work for children. And… you are welcome!

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