Music

Music for Your Classroom by Herb Brambley

Herb Brambley, 2010 Iditarod Teacher on the Trail™ Enjoy these musical arrangements by Herb Brambley. Herb is a K-6 environmental education and technology teacher at Southern Fulton Elementary School in Warfordsburg, Pennsylvania.  He is also a part time grant writer for the district and has been instrumental in helping the school secure more than $115,000 …

Listen to Music, Sing, and Move!

Music, Movement, and Learning by Cathy Walters, 2009 Iditarod Teacher on the Trail™ Presents: Idita-Tunes These tunes and activities are geared for PreSchool, Kindergarten, and grades 1 – 2 but many of the tunes are enjoyed by students in other grade levels. *Click here for the words to Idita-Tunes by Cathy Walters Cathy Walters has …

Iditarod Pokey and A Musher’s Song (Words to)

Contributed by Sharyn Allen, PA Sharyn is a retired Kindergarten teacher.  She wrote these as a gift for her grandson’s classroom. Sing it students! Sled Dog Pokey You put your right paw in. You put your right paw out. You put your right paw in and you shake it all about. You do the sled …

Listen to Iditarod’s Hobo Jim Sing the ‘Iditarod Trail Song’ to Students

At the 2008 Summer Camp for Teachers, Mrs. Ogintz, New Jersey, video taped Hobo Jim singing the Iditarod Trail Song.  Hobo Jim dedicated this song to her students.  We dedicate this song to students around the world.  Let the Iditarod teaching season begin! Listen to Hobo Jim Sing The Iditarod Trail Song This will open …

Words to the Iditarod Trail Song by Hobo Jim

The Words to the Song Hobo Jim’s: I did, I did, I did the Iditarod Trail Away up in Alaska The state that stands alone There’s a dog race run from Anchorage into Nome And it’s a grueling race with a lightning pace Where chilly winds do wail. Beneath the northern lights, across snow and …