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Ukulele is a great instrument for the music classroom! Are you looking for a way to incorporate the ukulele into your elementary or early middle school music classroom? Looking for a great motivation system for students and a wonderful curriculum in the music classroom? Look no further! This Rainb
Follow me on Facebook for the latest news, freebies, and more! >>>>> Music With Sara BibeeThis activity is great for the days leading up to Halloween or anytime you want to discuss the power of music over frightening moods!Check out the preview file to see all presentation slides and
Christmas Sing Along Editable Powerpoint: Sing along with your favorite Christmas carols with this 180+ page PowerPoint. This editable PowerPoint will be such a time saver! It is perfect for music teachers who lead all school sing-alongs, or could be used to sing Christmas carols and winter songs in
Music Resources (MEGA-BUNDLE) contains over 700 pages of resources for elementary music for the whole year! Please click on the “preview” to view over 60 sample pages. THIS PRODUCT DOES NOT CONTAIN LESSONS OR EXPLANATIONS FOR HOW TO USE ALL OF THE RESOURCES. Explanations are found in my lesson plan
Follow me on Facebook for the latest news, freebies, and more! >>>> Music With Sara Bibee--------------------------------------------------------------------This is a presentation of many of the most popular songs we hear during the holiday season. There is a mix of orchestral, vocal, an
Teach your students all about rhyming with this fun, interactive literacy lesson. Down By The Bay by Tweet Resources is a fun, interactive song with activities that will have your students singing and laughing.... all while learning to rhyme! Down By The Bay is a fantastic song for the classroom b
Musical 4 Corners is a great, interactive PowerPoint game for reinforcing instrument families (brass, woodwinds, strings, percussion, and keyboards) and instrument timbre. This was my students' favorite game and they hardly realize that they are learning while playing. Answers are included in the pr
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
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Perfect for the Kodaly Inspired music classroom! This singing game is one of my favorites! Perfect to play when preparing or practicing ta rest and also great for fa practice with the descending sfmrd pattern at the end! Hardest Rhythmic Concept: ta rest (quarter rest) Other Rhythmic Concepts: ta,
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Resources included in the Instrument Families kit help students classify and categorize instruments into their families: strings, brass, woodwinds, and percussion. I've done my best to include vivid pictures of real instruments, familiar and odd examples (guitar, violin, and harp but also sitar an
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Music Rules: Posters and Songs in a watercolor theme. Want to get your students singing from the first day of music class, even while covering your classroom rules? Everything is more exciting with a song! These five music room rules have a song to go with each to make learning them fun and help the
Here are some of my all-time favorite folk songs bundled with all the resources that I use to teach the song. This “Favorite Folk Song” kit is intended to help you teach the folk song and reinforce historical content and vocabulary at the same time. The set can be printed out and posted on a bulle
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Grizzly Bear - This song is perfect for the Kodaly Inspired music classroom. This singing game is one of my favorites! Perfect to play when preparing or practicing loud and soft as well as ta rest. Hardest Rhythmic Concept: ta rest (quarter rest) Other Rhythmic Concepts: ta, titi This PDF include
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 “Favorite Patriotic Song” kit is intended to help you teach the song and reinforce historical content and vocabulary at the same time. The set can be printed out and posted on a bulletin board or used as reference cards as you teach the lesson. I know there are some folks on carts or who pri
** Back to School** Great Way to learn Names!! Everything you need to get your kids scatting and improvising in your Elementary Music Classroom! Using the very popular game "Who Stole the Cookies From the Cookie Jar", I have created detailed and sequential lesson plans to introduce Jazz improvis
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
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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
Special note for distance learning and at home use: I chose to add the words "distance learning" to the title of this product after considering which products from my store would be appropriate for this type of learning. This product is a good fit for the following reasons:1. It includes PowerPoint
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Let Us Chase the Squirrel: a gem for the elementary music classroom! This song is a favorite of my students for teaching half note and re. This PDF contains slides for the following: - Lyrics - Beat icons - Steady beat heart beats - Rhythm Icons - Present ta-a (or ta-o) as tied quarter notes - Prac

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