All the best teachers know a little secret. Music in the classroom, played at the right time and in the right way, can set the tone for focus and creativity in your classroom. Here are 16 classroom Pandora stations recommended by our WeAreTeachers HELPLINE community. Explore and enjoy!
“This one is great. I’ve used it with great success.”—Lacey M.
“Piano guys! Just piano versions of today’s hit songs, kids love it!”—Savannah H.
“In my classroom we love these three offbeat stations.”—Jessica E.
“I use Film Score radio. It has Batman, Pirates of the Caribbean, Sherlock Holmes, etc. They get pretty intense and exciting, but still no words.”—Mallory W.
“I just type in Harry Potter and it plays the soundtracks of movies.”—Patty H.
“It is a quartet that plays popular music – just instrumental. I don’t have to work about bad lyrics that may slip.” —Janal R.
“This station has music that students will recognize from movies plus classical and instrumentals of popular songs.” —Shannon G.
“Current music, but only instrumental.”—Kris F.
Top selling classical groups playing well known rock and pop staples interpreted by string quartet or solo piano.
“I live for the Lindsey Stirling station—it’s upbeat instrumental and has lots of soundtrack songs from shows the kids like (Game of Thrones, Pirates of the Carribean, etc)”—Stacy B.
Instrumental tunes with a heavy beat to help your students focus.
This station has that spacey, calming sound like you hear in spas that will mellow kids right out.
The word chill in the title says it all.
Beautiful, dramatic instrumentals from various string musicians.