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This is a fun, interactive way to practice rhythm patterns that include half-note. Using a movie, that plays through your iTunes, your students will read and practice ta & ti-ti patterns. Your younger students can use this for rhythm readin while your older ones can use it to play rhythms on ins
These cards are a perfect "must have" classroom management tool for any teacher to have! 40 Cards (four to a page) that include my favorite: "Call and Response" attention getters Chants Finger plays Transition Songs I use these cards with my young learners in order to grab and keep their attent
Most teachers would agree taking a sick or person day is harder than actually being at work. Writing music sub plans and preparing music sub tubs and music sub binders are so hard, especially in music and other specials! This is a great sub plan for the non-musical sub! No musical skills required!
I’m so excited to present to you this growing set of songs, activities and more for teaching kindergarten grade concepts!! This set will include resources that will help with the preparation, presentation and practice of the following concepts:Loud/SoftFast/SlowHigh/LowSteady BeatBeat/RhythmLong/Sho
This music interactive notebook bundle contains interactive notebooks for kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students with over 500 pages of material. This bundle is packed full of great tools for assessing music students while encouraging creativity and ownership of learning. Thes
This file contains 2 games that your students are sure to love! These wil work well in centers, for your sub folder or for thos dreadful indoor-recess days!!! The two games contained in this file are: Instrument Rally Headbands, an Instrument Identification Game In Instrument Rally your students
I am SO excited about this growing bundle of interactive games and supplemental materials for Orff instruments!! This set will use Orff instruments to practice reading off the staff of melodic elements (based on a traditional Kodály sequence), as well as work on using the instruments for part work
This is a fun, interactive way to practice rhythm patterns that include quarter rest. Using a movie, that plays through your iTunes, your students will read and practice ta & ti-ti patterns. Your younger students can use this for rhythm readin while your older ones can use it to play rhythms on
Music Clip It – Animals Edition Clip to it! In this clothespin activity students are asked to clip the rhythm that matches the syllables in each animal picture. This activity works great in centers or small groups. Before placing them in a workstation, you should plan a little bit of time to pri
This is a GREAT way to introduce Treble Clef to your students! The lesson plan will help you present the included PowerPoint Presentation to your students in order for them to start reading music notes on the Treble Clef staff! I know it can be hard for students to learn to read music on the trebl
Looking for a differentiated and exciting way to practice reading rhythms? Use Rhythm Basketball and bounce to the beat! Obtain enough basketballs, tennis balls, non-pitched instruments, or other bouncing balls and use the provided slides to perform rhythms with some of your favorite songs! I use
Got game?! Your students will with these fun board games for the music room!These games will be perfect for your sub tub, centers, a rainy day and more!This is a growing bundle so each week, as new games are added, the price will go up. You will not have to pay more when the additional games are ad
I’m so excited to present to you this set of songs and activities for teaching 5th grade concepts!! This set will include many resources that will help with the preparation, presentation and practice of the following concepts: ti-tam, low ti, tim-ka and high ti. Fifth grade concepts are one of my f
Looking for a differentiated and exciting way to practice reading rhythms and studying form in the Nutcracker? Use Rhythm Basketball to bounce to the beat! Obtain enough basketballs, tennis balls, non-pitched instruments, or other bouncing balls and use the provided slides to perform rhythms with
Practice and review music skills and concepts in a fun way with these printable truth or dare cards! The dare cards prompt the player to perform a musical skill, while the truth cards ask the player to answer a question about music. These cards can be used as a stand-alone game in a center or full-c
Music Clip It – Instruments Edition Clip to it! In this clothespin activity students are asked to clip the rhythm that matches the syllables in each instrument picture. This activity works great in centers or small groups. Before placing them in a workstation, you should plan a little bit of tim
I am so excited to welcome you to this growing set of games for Kindergarten!!! While it’s titled, for "kindergarteners," if you’re working with comparatives this will be GREAT for your young beginners!! #kodalymiosm This bundle will include activities and games for teaching beginning musical con
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Vocal Explorations: Help Cinderella get to the ball by following each path with your voice. I use these in my First Grade Music Lesson Plan #4 and First Grade Music Lesson Plan #5, but you don't have to purchase the whole lesson to be able to successfully use these. These slides tell the story of
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Who doesn't love the "I Have/Who Has?" Games? They are fun for the kids and they are a great assessment tool! Your students will love practicing their individual recorder playing and reading skills while playing this beloved game. This set is tailored to the Recorder pitches: B, A and G Included
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Families everywhere love the classic game this file is based on and now you can use it in your classroom to help teach instrument families! Student will roll the dice to make their way around the board, trying to accumulate as many instruments as they can. Additionally, they will aim to collect as
One of my favorite music listening and movement activities of all time, and perfect for this time of year!! This lesson, based on Antonio Vivaldi's 'Spring,' is a perfect way to present rondo. The presentation guides your students through the imagery of this beautiful piece while solving the puzzle
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Old Maid is a classic card game that all kids and adults love. In this version your students will also be reinforcing their familiarity with the names of famous Classical Composers. Included in this set are two sets of cards: one that can be printed in color and one that can be printed in black &a
In this PowerPoint your students will review melodic and rhythmic concepts while working on their music memory. First, they will review the song "Apple Tree" * singing on text * singing on rhythm syllables * reviewing barlines and 2/4 meter * singing on solfége This is great for * reviewing rhyt
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These are UPDATED plans I leave for my substitute! I never know if I am going to have a "music person" in my room so these plans are do-able for ANY substitute teacher. I have a "Sub Tub" which contains the supplies mentioned on the paper. Those include pipe cleaners, books, CDs, sidewalk chalk

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