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I have always wanted a real ladder in my classroom to represent the Major Scale, one with Mi and Fa and Ti and Do to be closer together to show the 1/2 steps. I've drawn one on the board for many years and until I build the real thing, I'm going to give this paper (I will copy it on thick cover pap
This series of exercises is appropriate for choirs, instrumental groups, and music theory classes. They feature a wide variety of time signatures, rhythmic attacks and inflections, and dynamics. Whether you use these exercises as a warm-up activity or as an assessment, these exercises will improve
I have always wanted a real ladder in my classroom to represent the Major Scale, and now I've expanded that to the Natural Minor as well! I've drawn one on the board for many years and until I build the real thing, I'm going to give this paper (I will copy it on thick cover paper and laminate it) t
This is a digital copy of the chorus and two most sung stanzas of "This Land Is Your Land" by Woodie Guthrie in JPEG format. This can be used as a projection for students to read along as they sing. It can be copied for transparencies or printouts, or used as a digital projection.
19 Songs Kid's Love for 2-Octave Diatonic Boomwhackers: This collection of easy to intermediate arrangements for Boomwhackers is intended to be used with a standard diatonic C-scale set on the top staff and a second set with octavator caps (or the larger, lower-octave set) playing the bottom staff.
These melody and rhythm pattern cards are perfect for using Snail, Snail to teach high/low, S/M, S/M/L, long/short and ta/ti-ti in the younger elementary grades!
Light boxes are great for decor, but did you know they can also be used as effective learning tools? Display these duple rhythm patterns for use in your classroom when you are teaching a new rhythm or when your students are ready to read music notation. Here are some ways to use the "Pattern of th
The Alphabet Song should help Preschool, Kindergarten, and First Grade students learn the uppercase and lower case letters of the alphabet. It should be sung in the tune of the familiar alphabet song. Students can echo each other or the teacher using the uppercase letters and the lowercase letter
This product includes 28 exercises progressing in difficulty: So MiSo Mi LaDo Mi So LaDo Re Mi So LaDo Re Mi Fa So LaMajor Scale (Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti Do)Minor Scale (La Ti Do Re Mi Fa So La)Four exercises, each four measures in length, are provided for each unit above. Each exercise is printed in l

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