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Award-winning Music resources designed to engage students and give greater understanding.

Daydream Education offers a range of colorful and informative Music materials for essential topics such as musical elements, musical notes, instruments, dynamics and genres, and are designed to work alongside the curriculum.

Our eye-catching and visual materials will increase students’ abilities to easily recall essential information and make learning exciting and engaging. They will help break down the barriers of learning, and allow students to improve their understanding of Music.

  • Music School Posters

    Music School Posters

    Our visual and attention grabbing Music posters have been designed to engage and inspire students. These charts are a great way to help students understand the scope and range of Music while providing a bright atmosphere in the classroom.

    The posters combine clear and concise curriculum-based content with striking images and graphics to engage students and reinforce their learning skills.

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  • Music Interactive Software

    Music Interactive

    Our Music Content Packs combine quality curriculum-based content and the latest technology to deliver a comprehensive yet easy-to-use interactive software package.

    The packs contain over 100 audio files, providing teachers and pupils with a valuable library of instrument sounds and musical extracts. The interactive quizzes, worksheets and fun features reinforce and test understanding of important topics such as Musical Elements and Musical Notes.

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Music Posters


What Is Music?

Music has been a part of society throughout human history and continues to play a major role in the lives of many people today. Music is the art that involves patterns of sounds and silence that are either composed, improvised, or evolved through a combination of techniques. Some key components of music are melody, harmony, rhythm, timbre and tone color, textures, genres, and forms. Music can be created using many different instruments, with a wide range of standard and non-standard techniques, as well as voices. People engage with musical works as composers, performers, conductors, and audience members. But music is also often combined with other art forms, expanding its reach. Film scores bring music into the cinematic arts. Dancing may combine movement with music. And songs bring language and music together. Throughout the world, music reaches audiences through radio programs, streaming services, concerts, festivals and a wide variety of other events, including informal performances.

What Are the Ways to Engage with Music?

Many people use music as a background to other things. In this way, music may provide entertainment, relaxation, motivation, and pleasure. But in academic settings, engagement with music takes more varied forms and requires more active participation on the part of the students. The national standards ask students to go beyond music as background to active engagement. This involves performing music, both as singer and instrumentalist, alone and with others; composing and arranging music; reading and notating music; listening to music so as to be able to analyze and describe it; evaluating music and performances of music; and understanding music in the context of other disciplines, as well as history and culture.

What Are the Benefits of Studying Music?

For a student considering a career in music, having an official music degree will reassure future employers of your commitment and talent for the field, but there are other values to be gained from participating in music education. It’s easy to see that music students often engage in learning how to work as a group when they participate in any kind of music ensemble. But in addition, research has shown that music education enhances students’ performance in other subject areas, as well as contributing to language development. Students who take weekly music lessons show increased IQs compared with other students. And excellent music education programs produce students with higher test scores in English and mathematics.

What Skills Will I Get from Studying Music?

The varied nature of music education makes it possible for students to develop a wide range of transferable skills that can be applied to many different professions. Teamwork, communication, critical thinking, research, time-management, and problem-solving are all fundamental employability skills that will be enhanced through the study of music. Music students, especially those who have been playing an instrument from a young age, will also learn to become more self-motivated, patient and disciplined. This is because there are no shortcuts when it comes to music; the only way of building upon musical ability and improving performance is through regular practice and commitment.

What Music Careers Are There?

As music is such a broad field of study, there are countless avenues and areas that music students can explore upon completion of their course. Whether you prefer the creative, business or technical aspects of music, there are a wide variety of jobs available. These can range from some of the more traditional roles, such as singers, musicians, performers and songwriters, which people have been engaging in for hundreds of years—to more recently developed music careers, such as music therapy, electronic production and design, music education, and music production and engineering.

There are also music-related jobs that people might not naturally associate with a music course. These include, but are not limited to, marketing, PR, event management, artist management, merchandising and music journalism. The US music industry is vast and diverse, providing ample opportunities for all music students who have the drive and passion to succeed.

How Can Music Posters be Used?

Music posters can be used in middle school and high school classrooms to clearly display key content, including information about music notes, duration, tempo, music symbols and dynamics. This will help students to improve their knowledge and basic understanding of musical theory. Music posters can also be used by teachers to reference key terms, theories or ideas throughout lessons. This will help to create a dynamic and engaging learning environment for music students of all abilities. Large, colorful music posters are guaranteed to improve the decoration of any music classroom and have a positive impact on the motivation and engagement levels of all pupils.

Daydream Education

At Daydream Education, we provide educational posters for a wide range of subjects, from Music to Drama, English and History! If you would like to order any of our products, or if you have any questions, feel free to get in touch today.