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Musical Instruments Jeopardy style game show! Excellent practice for reviewing many types of instruments. With 25 practice problems, in a game show setting, your students will get lots of review. This has been such a fun collaborative effort with Tweet Music. Need a fun lesson to leave for a subs
This is an editable interdisciplinary unit on Acoustics: Science of Sound Energy. This lesson and accompanying PowerPoint will provide you all you need to teach a fun, engaging science of sound unit (Acoustics). This unit was written to meet the 4th grade science of sound curriculum in Georgia, but
Follow me on Facebook for the latest news, freebies, and more! >>>> Music With Sara Bibee--------------------------------------------------------------------This resources is a guided listening unit for The Carnival of the Animals by French composer, Camille Saint-Saëns. Included File Ty
Want to see more image samples of this unit? Visit my Pinterest page titled Our Musical Armed Forces Sample ImagesPlease note the preview file may appear blurry due to compression. The full download is of HD quality.Perfect for Veterans Day, or any other Patriotic Musical Unit. This is a guided list
These listening lessons are a creative and engaging way to get your students thinking about classic pieces of music. Students listen to a mystery song and draw a picture of the image they think they are hearing. At the end of the presentation they are surprised to discover it the actual title of t
This music listening and movement lesson, based around Joseph Haydn's 'Surprise Symphony,' is a fun way to practice loud/soft sounds. The presentation guides your students through a simple listening and creative movement activity great for reviewing these musical comparitives while internalizing a
This is a presentation on how to read the lines and spaces of the treble and bass clefs. There are presentations available in PowerPoint, and a PDF file as well. Click the "Preview" tab to see all 83 slides. Slides in the preview may appear blurry due to compression. However, the file is very cris
Looking for a differentiated and exciting way to practice reading rhythms? 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 some of your favorite songs! I use
This product contains 120 music lesson plans, 120 “lessons at a glance,” 62 original songs (with sound files), and 1,536 pages of additional resources for kindergarten-5th grade music students. The lessons meet the National Core Arts Music Standards. They were also designed with homeschool parents i
SCHOOL DISTRICTS! If you are interested in purchasing more than license, you are eligible for excellent discounts. The first S-Cubed license is regular price, but all subsequent licenses are sold at a significant discount. Click this linkor reach out directly to me at inthemiddlewithmrd@gmail.com.
Reading Notes on the Treble Clef is a General Music Jeopardy style game show! Excellent practice for reviewing lower level music concepts. With 25 practice problems, in a game show setting, your students will get lots of review. These games do not appear to work on Macs. If you have a Mac, please
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The Music History Quick Guide Bundle is a complete set of music samples, videos, fun facts, vocabulary, and major composers from each period in western art music history. The interactive slideshows allow you to introduce middle school or junior high students to music from each period in western musi
Six short music listening activities designed for grades 5-8, and a perfect music lesson for spring or the month of May. These listening lessons are meant as six mini-lessons, lasting approximately 10 minutes each. They can also be combined for a longer listening lesson, and would be great for a sub
These listening lessons are meant as mini-lessons, lasting approx. 10 minutes each for grades 5-8. They can also be combined for a longer listening lesson, and would be great for a sub. The worksheets and slides are designed to have two short answer questions and one complete sentence answer (alw
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
This is an editable interdisciplinary unit on the Science of Sound Energy for 1st grade music and science (written from a music teacher's perspective). This lesson plan and accompanying PowerPoint will provide you all you need to teach a fun, engaging science of sound unit. This unit was written to
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
This lesson includes six short music listening activities designed for grades 5-8. These listening lessons are meant as six mini-lessons, lasting approx. 10 minutes each. They can also be combined for a longer listening lesson, and would be great for a sub. The worksheets and slides are designed to
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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
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
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
These listening lessons are a creative and engaging way to get your students thinking about classic pieces of music. Students listen to a mystery song and draw a picture of the image they think they are hearing. At the end of the presentation they are surprised to discover it the actual title of t
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These music bell ringers for Spanish class will start your class with a bang! The culture filled songs can be adapted for all levels including Middle School Exploratory Spanish, Spanish I, Spanish II, Spanish III and Spanish IV as a classroom management routine. In my class "Música miércoles" is t
Ready to start a Composer/Musician of the Month unit but don't have a plan ready? Look no further! This awesome set on John Williams (composer of Star Wars, games theme songs, Harry Potter, and other films/movie music) is so fun for students!This set includes:Lesson Plans covering mini-lessons to

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