EE Music Class provides over 1,600 interactive resources for the general music classroom and is available on any internet connected device. Teachers can easily share content directly with students, with no student logins/passwords required, which allows EEMC to be used with any learning management system such as Seesaw or Google Classroom. Most importantly, the content is carefully curated and meticulously edited to provide the highest quality interactive materials available using the most popular songs available from Hal Leonard.
Absolutely! We offer a free trial for a full 30 days. Please sign up here: https://www.eemusicclass.com/landing-pages/intro-to-eemc.
Also, we offer some samples of our materials without signing up for a trial here: https://www.eemusicclass.com/browse/samples.
If you aren't finding your school, first make sure the zip code you are searching with is the billing zip code, if that is different from your school zip code. You may also enter a portion of it, for instance the first three numbers, and see if your school appears in the drop-down menu for "Select your School". If you still cannot find your school, then you may register as a private teacher to continue signing up.
Absolutely- EEMC accepts many forms of payment including school purchase orders. Just click on the Subscribe Now button on the Home Page to begin the ordering process. You may also place your Purchase Order by fax at 1-414-774-3259 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, you may order now for a school or district and start your subscription(s) at a later date. You may email email@example.com and we can assist you.
Yes- While it’s not a requirement, the site and content work with interactive whiteboards as well as any device with an internet connection such as laptops, tablets and even smartphones.
Yes- Students can enjoy music, use the resources, play music games, and explore the many aspects of EEMC – all on their own through a Playlist or Class Collection share link created by their teacher. Learn more about sharing.
Click the "Show Filters" link underneath the Browse Songs text. You can choose a filter category by selecting the "Add Filters" dropdown and selecting, like Holiday, then choose an option like Christmas and it will filter all songs related to that. Additionally, you could choose a category like "Grade Level" and then specify an option for the grade level you want to target.
You can append additional filters by making more selections. By default, it will filter results that match all the filters, but if you would like to change that to matching ANY of the filters you have added... You can click the word "And" that will be displayed between the multiple filters you have added. This will then switch from "And" to "Or" and will result in listing items that match any of the filters you have enabled. You can disable any individual filters you've added by clicking the "x" to the right of the filter name once it’s been added. Or you can disable all filters by clicking the eye icon to the right of the filter menus. Follow this link to view our complete song list: https://www.eemusicclass.com/song-list
When browsing or viewing a song and it's assets, you will see a folder with a plus sign and a heart in a circle. Click the folder icon to add something to a playlist or the heart icon to add that item to your favorites. You can choose to create a new playlist then choose Add to Playlist. Once you create a playlist or add favorites, you can find them when you click the Browse menu in the top navigation bar and choose Playlists to find Manage Playlists and Class Collections. From there, you can view and manage your playlists and favorites. To create a Class Collection of multiple playlists, start by clicking the Add to Class Collection option and select Add to Class. Click the Manage Class link under the name of your newly created class and this will bring you to a page where you can manage the playlists assigned to your class. To see this in action, check out our YouTube video, Creating Playlists and Class Collections.
To share your from your Playlist, return to the Manage Playlists and Class Collections. You should see your playlist and choose the option "Share Playlist" then there will be a pop-up where you choose to Generate Share Link. Then you may copy your unique link or individual songs links to share with your students via email or your favorite learning management system. Similarly, to share a Class Collection, return to Manage Playlists and Class Collections, select the tab My Class Collections, choose Share Class below the title of the class and then Generate Share Link to create a unique link to your Class Collection. You can see all these steps in our video Sharing Playlists and Class Collections.
Verify that the link was created and shared correctly. You can test your share link in an incognito or private browsing window, or by logging out first before opening the share link. If it is still not working for you then please email the link to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be happy to investigate further.
The audio demonstrations and accompaniment tracks are available to download for offline use. Simply click on which one you want to download and wait for it to load on your screen. Once loaded, you will see, to the right of the play bar, a white down arrow. Click on this down arrow to begin the download.
You can now create your own variations and customize lessons right in the lesson overview. You can deactivate and/or move steps and save as many variations as you'd like and share with your students. Go to the lesson and click View Steps. Use the check mark to deselect or select any step. Click Add New at the top to save the current variation and click Share to add it to a Class Collection to be shared.
Our curriculum team is working as fast as possible to add more carefully curated lessons for all grade levels, and these will be added consistently throughout the year.
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