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Are you ready for Student Learning Objectives? Do you need to show student growth in music class? Do you need to use pre-tests and post-tests to produce data? This pack is designed for 1st or 2nd grade general music students and covers mi-sol-la and ta & ti-ti.Also Available/Coming Soon:Grade K-
Are you ready for Student Learning Objectives? Do you need to show student growth in music class? Do you need to use pre-tests and post-tests to produce data? This pack is designed for 2nd-3rd grade general music students and focuses on do-re and quarter rest- half noteAlso Available/Coming Soon:Gra
This assessment is a great, quick check in with your beginning recorder students! Students will color in the recorder holes and draw a note on the staff to match C', A, D, and G. Fill in the blank also checks for left hand on top, breath production, and tonguing. This assessment is formatted two
As a music educator, you know that the last few weeks before a break can get a little crazy. Your time is precious, so why spend it developing a exam when your plate is already running over? This packet contains a 50 question exam, review, answer key, and even an answer document for your students t
This test could be used for Chorus students as a simple review of note/rest names and values, as well as simple rhythmic math. Also included are questions involving meanings of dynamics and time signatures, and solfeggio names.Check out these products from my store:Pop Song BUNDLE! Orff & Folk
T/F quiz over proper performer etiquette at a formal choir concert. See the Performer Etiquette Information handout also in my store.
Suitable for middle school and high school chorus. Also, upper elementary. ♫ Clear, easy to use and easy to understand rubric. ♫ Quick and effective assessment tool. Categories are: strength of voice, vocal part pitches, and intonation. ♫ Each singer can see exactly how they performed - what th
29 Different Word and Symbol Matching Format Worksheets396 Questions to help REINFORCE Basic Skills in Music Theory.Each Worksheet emphasizes 1 Specific Music Skill.Most worksheets are confined to 1 page.Although these worksheets were created with the classroom in mind, they will also work with ind
Easy grading rubric to fill out while students sing for a grade.
Every State Music Curriculum asks students to evaluate recorded and live performances. This was designed and tried with students. This is an easy to use worksheet when listening to a single piece of music in the classroom setting.
Label solfege, draw notes on the staff, label hand signs. C, F and G Major.
In this file, you will find two different ways to give a quiz covering the same information. The one you choose to give your students kind of depends on how you want to challenge students. If you just want to know if they can identify basic items in music, use the Label it Sheet Music Quiz. If yo
Written Solfege Warm Up for the beginning Sight-Reader. 4 to a page for easy cutting. Students can easily get their brain warmed up on this 1 minute warm up. Helps students with solfege recognition on the staff. -Step Wise Movement Only -Quarter and Eighth Notes Only - Concentrates on D up to La
This is a 15-question, multiple choice quiz based on the 1978 movie, "The Wiz."
Here are 4 music math worksheets I created for my 2nd graders. I found last year that worksheets we had purchased featured math that was too challenging. I made some that have easier math for your struggling math students, but you are still practicing note values for eighth notes, quarter note, ha
Draw the notes, write how many beats and complete a 4 measure rhythm dictation. Quarter note, 8th notes, half notes, dotted half notes, whole notes.
20 More Choral Music Masterpieces Mix and Match with Key. Applicable to the Arts, music, choir, chorus, classical music, voice, the great composers, liberal arts, music history, choral music, George Frideric Handel, Richard Wagner, Marc-Antoine Charpentier, Hector Berlioz, Maurice Durufle, Edward El
Teach your students the countries of South America using song! Sung to the tune of "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star", your students will learn the names of all 13 South American countries in no time! Includes a study sheet for students, sheet music, and 2 test forms of varying difficulty.
Music Resources by Dr. Simon presents a set of two music theory quizzes appropriate for high school musicians. Quiz 1 includes pitch names in treble and bass clef (with various key signatures and accidentals), rhythmic exercises in 4/4 and 6/8, major key signatures, and musical terms. Quiz 2 inc
Great for Back to School refresher or beginning choir students. Package includes 3 documents. Solfege Handout with Diatonic scale and common altered tones (Fi, Si and Te) Quiz Key Notation created with Note-able Font by Jeri Crosby © 2013, http://mymusicalmagic.blogspot.com/
Here are some different song activities that you could use with the song "Puedo ir al baño" by Señor Wooly.
Concepts covered in this assessment: Rhythm- quarter note, eighth notes, sixteenth notes, quarter rest Theory- Note Names of the Treble Clef, Solfege Syllables Vocabulary- Beat, Rhythm, Composer, Solfege Instruments- Instrument Families, Timbre, Ways to make sound, Double Reeds Patriotic Music-
Easy grading rubric to fill out while students sight read individually or in a group.
Label solfege, draw notes on the staff, label hand signs. C, F and G Major.

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