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Music In Our Schools Month - Music Listening Journals Want to get your students listening to wide variety of music? Celebrate MIOSM by exposing your upper elementary, middle, or high school students to different music each day of March and create a listening journal. Students will listen to a pie
This set includes step by step guidance to help students compose using the following forms: ABA, ABACA, ABCBA in 3/4 meter or 4/4 meter. Choose the form and meter you want to focus on with your kids. There are three levels of composition templates to choose from. Use as much or as little as will
Lead your middle schoolers in this project that will get them to analyze and reflect on the lyrics of their favorite songs. The guidelines sheet lays out the project from start to finish and after years of teaching this unit I've tweaked it to answer all of the middle school "what if..."s. Rubric in
Music Listening JournalsPlease note: This file includes the same pages as Music In Our Schools Month Listening JournalsWant to get your students listening to wide variety of music? Students listen to a piece of music and write the year it was composed, country it is from, three words to describe it,
Rhythm Value Charts - FREE download This FREE download consists of EIGHT rhythm pyramid charts showing NOTE and REST values using both North American AND British terminology.CHART:1. Note values from the whole note through to the eighth note - using North American terminology2. Note values from the
More of what you love! Volume 2 of Body Percussion Charts is here, including 25 more rhythmic examples in the style of Orff/Keetman. Notated in two, three, and four line staff notation, these charts use combinations of stomp, pat, clap, and snap. These high-resolution images will look great proje

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Do you want to have some fun with your students, work on fluency, and perform for your parents? This performance is a combination of three different reader's theaters Native American, Pilgrims, and turkeys. There are three different performances that can be completed individually, or as a collecti
I’ve created this collection of mini lessons to be a fun way to incorporate technology into your music classes! These lessons are primarily aimed at the middle school or younger student who is fairly new to music technology. If you’re interested in project ideas for highschool/ more experienced stud
Looking for a fun and interactive way to have students explore classical music, learn about musical careers, and make musical choices? In this PBL, or project-based learning, students choose a location and theme for their orchestra program, and then choose pieces to program!This PBL includes:Overvie
This is an engaging and creative writing activity for elementary music classes! Make your principals happy with an activity that incorporates writing and covers the top tier of Bloom's Taxonomy (creating). Not only do students create stories to accompany classical music, but they also have match e
Do you need a class project to reinforce literacy in your classroom? If so, this project is for you! This class book project is based on the children’s book, “Mary Wore Her Red Dress.” Once you have read the book to your students, enjoy a class project together by creating your own Class Book! S
Creative, Student-Led Project On Bands And Recording Artists. Students will be engaged in the following activities: • research (hard-copy materials and/or internet) • organizing research material into different categories • preparing finished product (different formats) • presen
Oral tradition is essential to all societies. This is particularly important in societies where a large number people were not literate. The culture and traditions of most African civilizations was not carried on through a written language. The history and traditions of Africa were continued ove
Effective for middle school, high school, or upper elementary chorus*Preview is partial recording.♫ Condensed, melody-line-only sheet music version.♪ This warm-up is such a fun activity! Not only is it a tongue twister and brain teaser, the meter feel changes back and forth from duple to triple. S
This project involves groups of students selecting a commercial from YouTube and using musical elements to support their opinion about why or how the music impacts what they see. Then, take it a step farther and they need to select music to go with the same commercial and create a listening sheet f
This is a project that has students creating their own CD as if they were the recording artist. They have to create a song list, cover art and title, as well as answer questions about their career as a musician. It addresses such issues as copyright, artists as role models, and donations to causes
This lesson teaches the American folk song "I Bought Me a Cat" through use of visuals and primary school instruments. The lesson includes directions and materials to create and Animal Sounds book complete with musical transcriptions of the animal sounds.
This PPT will take students through very detailed steps to create a composition. Used as a group project, this provides a great culminating activity for upper elementary students before they leave your general music program. It is meant to be used over several class periods and also involves a rub
This engaging, entertaining arrangement is based on the traditional poem by Clement C. Moore and the familiar tune, "Chopsticks," with additional lyrics by Jeri Crosby. It includes parts for voices, Orff instruments, and optional recorder, ukulele, bells or Boomwhackers™ This is a delightful teachi
This nifty booklet is a great way to introduce or review the elements of music. It is easy and fun to make and afterward, serves as a quick reference for students. Adding the optional work/dictation pages provides practice all in one place. (You can also make a separate workbook if desired and desig
This guide is meant to provide multiple learning opportunities for students in your absence with a focus on choral and general music students, allowing for students to create their own rhythms and sounds, respond to videos and even following a concert, describe what their behavior should have been.I
MUSIC ROCKS! These black and white pennants are the perfect thing to brighten up any music room, hallway, or school. Display your student's artwork and show everyone why music rocks! PDF includes six 8.5x11 black and white pennants (perfect for coloring). Set features six different designs, each wi
This activity is a great way to practice writing a rhythmic composition in rondo form with a partner! Both students work together to create an "A" section, using any rhythms/time signatures as specified by the teacher. Then, one partner creates the "B" section individually and the other partner crea
A fun elementary music small group project for your 3rd-5th grade music class. Elementary music lesson plans with remote learning suggestions are included.This fun project is standards-based—Perform, Create, and Connections Domains. Singing, Playing, Improvising, Composing, Listening & Analyzing

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