Free Printable Newsletters
These forms can be filled in with information
from your classes. On "What's Cookin' in Music
Class" use the pizza slices to write down activities,
objectives for classes or grade levels. On "What's the
Scoop" use the ice cream scoops to jot down learner
objectives, goals, activities, etc... There's plenty of room
on the crayon boxes of "Music
Colors My World" and on the cows in "What's
Happening in Moosic". "Leafing
No Song Unsung" has room on the leaves for messages.
These forms are in .pdf
form. You'll need Adobe
Acrobat Reader to see them and print them.
Music newsletter templates can be found here.
- submitted by Linda
- (These forms are for Microsoft Word.
You may click each link to open the form or right click and
choose "save target as".)
All Around / Music
Notes / Rock
and Roll in Music / Shedding
Light On Music / Spotlight
on Music / What's
Shaking in Music / Chill
Out in Music /
Eggcellent Musicians / Here's
More Music newsletter templates can be found
Printable Bulletin Boards
is a Treat
The ice cream bulletin board "Music is a
Treat" has the music curriculum elements on each
scoop. Our state curriculum mirrors the National
Standards in music. I distilled the wording of each
"strand" of the curriculum so it would fit on a
single scoop and be
understood by children. I printed it from Microsoft
WORD in Arial Bold font formatted to give a slight shadow
to each letter, so it would look slightly dimensional.
Then I printed it onto colored construction paper in our
school's copying machine. You can also buy colored
cardstock and print the scoops on those.
Another possible caption is "Get the Scoop in
was inspired by Meredith's idea and created a printable
version of this bulletin board that you can
and cherry in jpg format ONE ZIPPED FILE
PDF Files: Cherry,
and Notate, Sing
- This bulletin board, "Why Study Music,"
was designed to show high school students some of the
many benefits of studying music. I consulted
several articles and made a list of different benefits,
organizing them into three areas: Success in Society,
Success in Learning, and Success in Spirit.
Simplifying some of the ideas to make them relevant to
high school students, I put each "benefit" in
its own box, some with interesting facts or studies to
support them. I printed it all out on my DeskJet
printer, and it turned out looking pretty sharp.
The band directors and other participating students all
seemed to really like it. DOWNLOAD
In Good Form
This bulletin board can be used to introduce the
concept of form or just as an informational display. Create
a lake from a large piece of aluminum foil. Add green
construction paper evergreen trees (or branches from outside if
you brave) and cotton balls for snow. Add these ice skates
all around the lake. Just print them on regular white paper
and laminate or try printing them on heavy cardstock paper (62 or
112 weight works great!) Add the title IN GOOD FORM.
and Sonata Skates / Minuet
and AB Skates / Rondo
and Theme & Variations Skates / Blank