Resources For Teachers

The Fort Worth Symphony performs in targeted local schools, as well as schools throughout all of North Texas. These educational and engaging concerts teach students about symphonic music and are integrated with the core curriculum in unique ways. In addition, the Orchestra provides study guides for teachers to prepare their students for the performance.
Kinderconcerts (Ages 3-6)
Dr. Seuss' My Many Colored Days
My Many Colored Days Study Guide
Explore the wonderful world of Dr. Seuss' My Many Colored Days and learn how feelings can be expressed through music and colors!
Young Persons' Concerts (Ages 7-12)
Fort Worth: Cowboys & Culture
Cowboys & Culture Study Guide | Cowboys & Culture Playlist
Celebrate Fort Worth by taking a musical and visual tour of our great city!
Early Elementary (K-2)
Nature & Animals
Nature & Animals Study Guide | Nature & Animals Playlist
Learn about the cycle of the four seasons and discover how composers use music to create the sounds of nature, from a stormy summer day to the falling snow in winter!
Late Elementary (3-5)
Six Flags over Texas
Six Flags over Texas Study Guide | Six Flags over Texas Playlist
Discover the six nations whose flags have flown over the Lone Star State in Six Flags over Texas. We'll sample the music of each nation – from France and Spain to the Republic of Texas and the United States – as we review the history of our home state.
Late Elementary through Middle School (3-8)
Musical Math
Musical Math Study Guide | Musical Math Playlist
Hear how the music adds up as we explore tempo, meter, note values and time signatures and their relationship to mathematics!
Middle School through High School (6-12)
Caminos del Inka
Caminos del Inka Study Guide
Take a journey along the Inca Trail in South America, with music from ancient to contemporary times, and discover the sounds of Peru, Ecuador, Chile, and Argentina.