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Explore free MusiCounts Learn teaching resources on topics including careers in the music industry, Hip Hop & social justice, music & mental wellness and contemporary Indigenous artists & their music.

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Kanata: Contemporary Indigenous Artists and Their Music

MusiCounts is proud to offer Kanata: Contemporary Indigenous Artists and Their Music, a learning resource that will support teachers in bringing Indigenous voices, perspectives, and music into classrooms.


#BlackMusicMatters: Hip Hop & Social Justice in Canada

#BlackMusicMatters: Hip Hop & Social Justice in Canada is a listening- and inquiry-based resource designed for teachers with students in grades 7-12. It is intended to be used by educators of various disciplines who wish to explore Black culture, history, and creation, specifically through the lens of Hip Hop music.


Big Heart Journey

The MusiCounts Learn Big Heart Journey is a resource for elementary music teachers to use music and games to help kids with self-expression and working their feelings out. This program empowers both teachers and students with a language to put words to feelings and use music as an emotional gateway to self-expression.



MusiCounts Learn TRACK is an online learning hub aimed at educating students, teachers, and artists alike about possibilities in - and the intricacies of - Canada’s music industry. This resource is completely free for anyone to use, and is powered by RBC and the City of Toronto.


Canadian Music Playlist Challenge

Through the creation of student-curated playlists, this resource will encourage students to think critically about Canadian music. This resource includes activities that have students explore new Canadian music, and effectively share and communicate their musical tastes and opinions.



Blog posts and virtual Town Hall events on topics that matter to music educators.