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These colorful recorder fingering charts are designed to catch your students' attention, reinforce correct fingering, and provide a great reference for daily recorder practice. These charts are also a great match to the Music Anchor Charts & Travel Size Word Wall.These charts include:-notes from
This is a simple table with boxes for describing 8 Jazz pieces. The pieces, composers, performers and lyricists are listed. Students are encouraged to draw or write about what they hear. All you need for this worksheet are the pieces themselves which are easily found on Spotify or downloaded fro
A modified template of a daily lesson plan book for the elementary music teacher.
Keep track of your yearly sequence in this month to month organizer! There are so many concepts and terms to teach; a blueprint is a must! In my own teaching, I have found that a monthly outline provides a focus for my daily planning and truly helps me to be a more effective teacher! I hope this
This listening map for the first movement of Vivaldi's "Spring", created by Lisa Greene, is a graphic organizer that helps teach the rondo form. Students listen to the main theme and then follow the map as they hear the theme return after each new section. Short descriptions of springtime events hel
Here is a listening chart for your students to follow along to while listening to Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's Flight of the Bumblebee. I have used it with my 1st grade students with great success to discuss the melodic themes and contour. Using a listening chart also makes it easy to assess the stud
This anchor chart and word wall set is a colorful reference point for any elementary or middle school music classroom. The anchor charts feature each musical element and are perfect for a colorful wall display. The multi-colored word wall can be mixed and matched by color to create an organized disp
My classroom is filled with displays that my students use for reference. This Rhythm Syllable Display is one of the most used in my classroom! I have them posted right next to my classroom rug so my students are able to see it at all times. Multiple syllable options are included in stick and standar
This is a dinosaur could, have, were foldable to use during a writing lesson.
Give your students a chance to review and have fun at the same time! These Instrument Family Puzzles are a wonderful review activity. Students use the puzzles to match the name of the instrument, picture and family. I use the black and white version and print on colored paper. I print each family on
This is a wookbook for 3-5 grade students. It covers all instrument families (String, woodwind, brass, and percussion). Each instrument family has it's own K.W.L. chart. Each instrument has its own page to take notes on. Also, not shown is a family review page on which the instrument families are
This comprehensive set of templates has everything you need to create curriculum maps for the year:- Big Ideas Grade Level Planners for keeping track of the concepts you need to teach- Year at a Glance - two different grade level templates for mapping out when you will teach the concepts- Monthly Ov
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A Graphic Organizer to help your firsties master common core standard RL 1.9. Contents: 1 Graphic Organizer Suggestions for differentiating instruction of this standard Character suggestions for teaching RL 1.9 Please follow me on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/learningwithfirstie
This music anchor chart and music word wall set are made specifically for those who teach music on a cart or have limited wall space. You can find the traditional sized set of anchor charts and music word walls HERE.Features include:-Word wall sets in seven vibrant colors (red, orange, yellow, green
Are you completing a Jazz or black music history unit? Are you looking for a way to incorporate jazz listening in your classroom? Try these new sets of listening logs exploring the music of influential black female and male jazz musicians. This set of listening logs include graphic organisers, list
Instrument Fingering Charts Foldable MINI BOOK for 10 Beginning Band InstrumentsEach Instrument Fingering Chart folds into an 8-page Mini Book that serves as a useful graphic organizer to help students learn the first seven notes on their instruments by identifying which keys/valves should be presse
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These Performing Media and Timbre Listening worksheets will make your life teaching the Elements of Music so much easier! All the hard work has been done for you. There are 20 different worksheets in the resource. Each activity can be used with any music, any genre, any topic, over and over again –
Slap words is a fun and engaging game to review and teach the ELEMENTS OF MUSIC. The best part is the students don’t even know they are reviewing because they are having so much fun! This game can be played with as little or 4 students or a full class of students. The kit comes with instructions for
When learning about the Instruments of the Orchestra, we spend one week on each family. This allows us to take a deep dive into each instrument and its method of sound production. This flipbook helps my students focus on one family at a time! It can be used as a whole group activity or in stations!
This shows general beginning notes and where they lie on the staff
This Lyrics Analysis Smart file lesson is all about Katy Perry's popular song Firework. I use this series of lessons as my culminating activity for our Poetry Unit. My students love it as much as I love teaching it. The SMART file lesson is colorful, engaging, challenging, and just plain ol' fun! E
Are you looking for a way to incorporate listening in your classroom? Try these new sets of listening logs. It includes graphic organisers, listening glyphs, writing prompts and guided responses. Perfect for centers! There are 30 different types of varying difficultly. ***************************
This set of 30 posters is a great way to motivate students to complete research on famous composers. Individual questions like, 'Something he struggled with' or 'How he lived' encourage students to explore and understand the composers' lives. A bonus question can be used or cut out depending on stud
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This PDF file is a simple listening activity guide to help spark and reinforce conversation about describing, analyzing, etc. art music in the elementary music classroom. Appropriate for all lower elementary grade levels. Come follow and/or subscribe to my blog at.... Mrs. Kuchta's Corner, An Eleme

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