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Teacher Resources

Welcome to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Digital Resource Portal for teachers.  The portal includes curriculum materials with supports such as PowerPoints, worksheets, videos, biographies, teaching tips, and more. For more information on booking a field trip, classroom visit, or videoconference program, visit our Program Offerings page.

Portal terms of use statement: The materials and audiovisual components in the Resource Portal are designed for educational use only and are intended solely for instruction in a classroom setting. Materials and multimedia elements are not to be shared or used for any other purpose.

Guided Highlights Tour


Pre- and Post-Lesson | Grades 3-6
Coming Soon!


BINGO Worksheet
Coming Soon!


Member Biographies
Coming Soon!

Words & Music


Lesson Plan | Grades 3-6

Lesson Plan | Grades 7-12

STEAM: Listening Technology Over Time


Pre- and Post-Lesson
Coming Soon!

STEAM: Science of Sound at Historic RCA Studio B


Dazzling Designs


These materials prepare students for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Dazzling Designs program.

The Lesson Kit includes a pre-lesson that introduces students to design concepts and a post-lesson where students reflect on their unique design created during the program.

The PowerPoint supports the pre-lesson, using high-quality artifact images from the museum’s collection.

Is it a Fiddle or Violin?


Country Artist & Exhibition Lessons

Artist Lessons


Brenda Lee

Loretta Lynn

Ray Charles

Reba McEntire


Grades: 3-5 | 6-8 | 9-12

Shania Twain

Zac Brown

Exhibition Lessons

The Bakersfield Sound: Buck Owens, Merle Haggard, and California Country

Dylan, Cash, and the Nashville Cats:
A New Music City

Family Tradition:
The Williams Family Legacy

Night Train to Nashville:
Music City Rhythm & Blues, 1945-1970

Outlaws & Armadillos:
Country's Roaring '70s

Thomas Hart Benton mural

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