Here is a powerpoint presentation that accompanies the song "God Bless the U.S.A. (by Lee Greenwood)". I use it in my class when I teach patriotic songs. There are 18 gorgeous slides with high quality pictures and lyrics. *There is NO music
Musical Typing using Garageband's Grand Piano. Simple elementary songs students can use to learn the home row keys. Happy Birthday, Twinkle Twinkle, Mary Had a Little Lamb, Alphabet Song.
This 4 page lesson gives simple step by step instructions on how to add sound to a presentation. It is set up to last the entire duration of the presentation. If you want music for only a certain number of slides, this is the tutorial for you. This
This SMARTboard item contains monthly calendars and includes an extra November calendar without a Thanksgiving theme for those who do not have Thanksgiving in November. It also includes: Counting to 100 board and counting to 100 (or beyond) fish
This packet includes great QR adventures for elementary students or teachers. There are QR codes to Armed Forces songs, background info, crafts, videos and more.
This student assisted video cleanly and clearly demonstrates positive and appropriate uses of the internet for students of all ages. It is 2 minutes long, spoken, but in a musical way, to fun royalty free music. The download includes the video file
I HAVE UPDATED THIS POWERPOINT TO HAVE MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR GLOBE, including longitude, latitude, etc. Hopefully this will be helpful. This Power Point presentation helps teachers teach the various facts about our globe. The poles, equator,
Use the Smart Machine Song to teach students about BITS, bytes, RAM and the internal components of a computer with this fun poem that can be sung as a song.
Let your students have fun learning these non-decodable sight words. Scan the QR codes to access the 12 sight word song videos. Put these reproducible sheets in a listening center, give your students some headphones, and let them groove to the
Children Learn What They Sing™ ‘RING! WRING!’ (Middle/Upper Primary) is a curriculum-aligned song about technology. It not only explores the ways in which machines (with emphasis on the phone) benefit our lives, it also discusses some of the social
Students will use technology to match the music videos to their trivia facts. Kids love it, as do subs. It keeps kids engaged. My students call it a "youtube scavenger hunt". They will also be required to look-up musical trivia facts. Great to use