Which instrument do you find most cost effective for teaching children music in a school setting?
That would depend on the grade level. In grades three or four, I would start with recorders. They are great for getting students started using their air correctly, introducing fingerings and increasing reading skills. By grade six, guitar class is a great way to keep students engaged, and guitars are very reasonably priced. Of course, choral music is extremely cost-effective at any age! I hope this answers your question. If you need any more information, please feel free to contact me for follow up! Thanks!
If I could only have one instrument it would be a guitar for accompanying songs. For kids to play, it is fun to use "found" instruments. I have a hub on this topic if you want more information. Body percussion is great too. (clapping, stamping, patting various rhythms.) And as DawnSings said below, singing is free.
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