Learn About Fiddlefox
Bringing World Music Home
Music is for everyone — you don’t need to be an American idol to enjoy the learning, bonding, and joy of making music. Fiddlefox provides tools and resources for families, educators, and children to connect to the world, and each other, through music.
How it Works
Fiddlefox creates monthly subscriptions for kids that bring world music into the classroom and home.
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Starting at $5.95
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Packages arrive each month filled with books & activities
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Who Uses Fiddlefox
Our read, sing, and play method is tailored to help early childhood teachers enrich their classrooms with dynamic musical content, fun craft activities, and music games. Accompany your next concert with our traditional instrumental tracks or collaborate with teachers around your school to create cross-curricular cultural units and performance events. Fiddlefox’s companion activity books provide teachers with fun facts, coloring pages, puzzles, and choreography inspired by each collection of songs.
Our multicultural music curriculum adds colorful context to your teaching routine, providing you with lesson plans, extra-curricular content, and video resources for continuing professional development. Fiddlefox’s rainbow bell notation helps students as young as 3 develop sight reading and ear training skills at the foundational stages of their musical development. With songs composed in a diverse range of meters, modes, tonalities, and styles, veteran music instructors can use these songs as a springboard into deep music learning.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the recommended age range for Fiddlefox?
Fiddlefox is recommended for children 3 to 10 years old. Infants and Toddlers can also enjoy singing along and watching the images of the World Heritage Songbooks.
What's included in each monthly package?
Fiddlefox offers several different subscription packages. Content includes:
- Illustrated Songbook with Rainbow Bell Sheet Music
- Children’s Activity Book with Sign Language
- Audio CD Accompaniment with Instrumental Tracks
- Monthly Emails with Lesson Plans, Art Projects, and Printables
- 24/7 Access to Fiddlefox Streaming, animated videos and ebooks of each country
How soon after I place my order will my Fiddlefox subscription start?
Please allow 1-2 weeks from the date of order for your first Fiddlefox package to arrive.
What themes are covered in Fiddlefox
Fiddlefox is constantly developing new content for our World Heritage Series. We currently offer content from:
- South Africa
Can I order Fiddlefox as a gift?
We are excited to offer Fiddlefox subscriptions as a gift. When you place an order, you can personalize a gift message to be included with the first package of your subscription. You can also send a gift email to the recipient to let them know their gift is on the way, or print a Fiddlefox gift card to announce your gift. To print a gift card, click here.
How do you develop the materials for Fiddlefox?
Fiddlefox is developed in connection with Rock and Roll Daycare, an award-winning childcare program in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Over 100 children and 50 teachers are given the materials for 2 months prior to release on fiddlefox music.com.
Our international team consists of individuals from Mexico, Nepal, Canada, Philippines, New York City, Boston, and Nashville.
We begin the Fiddlefox development process by working with a native of the featured country to choose four folk songs that represent a variety of styles from their culture. The Fiddlefox then travels between four countries to create the sights and sounds which categorize World Heritage Songbook.
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