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This is a great blank manuscript paper for beginners to write simple melodies. Four lines for three measures each. Treble clef already on the first line so students can copy on the rest of the lines. Students can add their own time signatures, tempo, dynamics and even their own lyrics.
Help your students become self-sufficient learners with these music staff reference sheets! Two Versions 1) Fill in the Blank Students fill in the blanks as part of a music staff lesson or refresher. 2) Reference Sheets Instrument specific music staff reference sheets. Simply print and sta
Similar to my free Cornell Notes template, this paper includes music bars on the right side of the page that are perfect for students to create their own music and take notes on the left-hand side. Perfect for classes on music theory, choir, and more. The document is in word format so that it is ea
Singalong with Grammy-winning "Pop Latino" artist, Juanes, to acquire vocabulary and improve pronunciation. Translate most common song lyrics, do unison reading activity, perform dramatic reading, assign/explain roles, and sing together! Learn new Spanish vocabulary, gain confidence, and have fun
Teaching and learning the Orff parts for ONE is easier with these visual maps for all three instruments in three different styles to find the one that works for you and your ensemble. *Detailed hints about rehearsals and performance, tried and true ways that have worked for me. *9 total maps, visua
I originally created this for my High School Music Appreciation class. It is a very general history of jazz, great for a general music class as well, or an intro to further jazz study. I originally created this for my students while we were distance learning due to the Coronavirus pandemic. It is fu
I originally created this for my High School Music Appreciation class. It is a very general history of jazz, great for a general music class as well, or an intro to further jazz study. I originally created this for my students while we were distance learning due to the Coronavirus pandemic. It is fu
I created this for my High School Music Appreciation Class. This is a Powerpoint with guided notes that go along with it. Has plenty of examples for pictures on historical context for your students! It's also editable so you can adjust it to suit your needs.
I created this for my High School Music Appreciation Class. There are also guided notes that go along with it, also in my store. Has plenty of examples for pictures on historical context for your students! It's also an editable Powerpoint so you can adjust it to suit your needs.
I created this for my High School Music Appreciation Class. There is also a Powerpoint Presentation that go along with it, also in my store, called Romantic Music Presentation. It's also an editable document so you can adjust it to suit your needs.
This activity is a great way to start the year, or semester, in your general music, or music technology classes!This is a guided sheet that walks students through listening to six different pieces of music and reflecting on them with specific questions. I like to start the year, or semester, with th
Not sure how to plan for a full year of teaching vocal music. Here is everything you need to get your program running. Includes lesson plans, assignments and instructions.
Gorgeous note taking and informative resource for your upper elementary/early middle school music students.Students learn and take notes on the following:West AfricaSouth AfricaBrazilChinaJapanMiddle EastIncludes QR CODES for listening extensions at home or in school! Fun for your tech-savvy music s
Step-by-step guide to coloring music based of the category of the detail. Created to strengthen sight-reading skills by training the musician to notice all of the details on the page the first time through the piece so as to be able to get to the non-written musical details quicker! Use erasable col
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This is a guide that breaks down rhythm form a whole-note to a sixteenth-note. The goal of this method is to simplify rhythmic learning visually and kinesthetically. Metronome practice with rhythmic comparisons of 3 organized groups: white notes, black notes, and dotted notes.
I use this worksheet to teach dynamics to my high school students. They take notes while I go through my Prezi (also on my TpT!)
--FREE-- A printable blank chart for guided note-taking on the values of common notes and rests.The table includes a column for the name of each value (filled in for you), and blank columns for the symbols of the notes/rests and how many beats each is worth.Can be used as a resource to prepare stude
Use this document when discussing with your students how to pick music. It's a simple article, and they can choose what they agree with, what they disagree with, and what they think is missing. A great conversation starter, and easy to use for distance learning when you need a source to discuss on

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