This chapter argues that teaching music interactively, where the dynamic relationship between teacher and children celebrating. It provides simultaneously in group improvisation is powerful and performative, can provide building blocks for children as they develop a culture of creative opportunities through their contribution to and interaction with every individual in the classroom community. Teachers need to decide how best the children's interests can be fostered or promoted by developing their practical knowledge by personal reflection and interaction with others. In the immediacy of performance, teachers and children go beyond who they are and what they know to create new ways of relating to each other and to the learning content. Once children are familiar with how the Improvisation Circle activity works this becomes an activity that can be the basis for an endless number of creative experiences. Restrict the conductor/composer to starting and stopping each player twice unless they have a particular musical reason for doing more.