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Music Matching – Winter Edition will have your students matching the correct music symbol to the word clue in no time! Use these cards to evaluate students or have them review in pairs or groups. Activity and game ideas are included! Color and Black/White included! #musiccrewJANeventsPlease note: This is a PDF version only. It can be viewed and printed with Adobe Reader (free to download).File includes:Dynamics – music abbreviation, Italian word, English translationNote Values – music symb
K - 5th
Use these wintery slides as a transition from vocal exploration to traditional vocal warm-ups! As a vocal exploration, students follow the animated lines with appropriate vocal sirens. As a traditional vocal warm-up, the dots on the lines may be thought of as iconic representation for specific pitches. The warm-up patterns may be raised by half-steps and repeated as needed for your singers. Also includes blank slides for student-created pathways.More vocal explorations:Soccer Kids Animated Voca
1st - 6th
"Happy New Year" and "Auld Lang Syne" are two wonderful folk songs to use in January to celebrate the New Year! These songs include sheet music, lyrics sheet, 4 rhythmic ostinatos, and 2 melodic ostinatos. Your students will love learning these simple folk songs and even more enjoy adding the instrumental accompaniment!Rhythmic Instruments include:* Hand Drum* Claves* Tambourine* MaracasMelodic Instruments include:* Bass Xylophone* Alto Xylophone* SAVE $$ with this BUNDLE!These 2 items can als
This Music Lesson Plan is a favorite with my Pre-K and Kindergarten students! There are a variety of great activities so you can teach it in different variations for several weeks. Perfect for winter and lots of fun! The standards used are for PreK but I've used this with ages 2-K with success.Materials NeededPolar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? book by Bill Martin Jr. 3 musical recordings found widely on the web and SpotifyMovement scarves (optional activity)Paper plates (optional activity
PreK - 1st
Coordinate music lessons with social studies during January & February! This original speech piece consists of two ostinato patterns accompanying a short poem based on famous phrases found in Dr. Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech. Perfect for program performance or classroom activity. The MLK poem just the right length to use as a building block in creating a longer form. This gives you flexibility to differentiate for use with different grade levels. Options for differentiati
3rd - 6th
This bundle of interactive melody games is perfect for practicing mi-so, mi-so-la, do-re-mi, and pentatonic melodies during the winter season. There are two different games from which to choose. You can have students match the pitch patterns to what they hear or try the more challenging game, in which students sing the patterns. The matching game would be great for a non-music substitute! Check below for links to individual games.The storyline will keep students engaged as they learn about the m
Use this activity to allow your students to move around the classroom while practicing reading and writing notes, rests, and rhythm patterns. Print out the Spring themed worksheet and the 10 clue cards for each rhythm combination. Post the clue cards around the room, let your students match the picture, and then write the rhythm they find on the clue card. Students will enjoy getting to walk around the room, and you will be able to assess their abilities to write the included rhythms. After they
I don't know how things are at your school, but when I start recorder with my 3rd graders, they want to perform RIGHT AWAY! In an effort to embrace their enthusiasm, I created this new twist on everyone's old favorite, "Hot Cross Buns." The new words and winter setting give new life to an old standard, and give our budding recorder players the chance to shine. I've also included a lyrics-only page to let your littlest singers get in on the fun! Perfect for a multi-grade performance or a single-c
K - 6th
Color by note coloring pages featuring Valentine's Day items! Notes include half note, quarter note, and quarter rest. Great for sub plans, fun classwork/homework, or featuring student work on a bulletin board!This set features:hearts with patternsheart hot air balloonheart tulipheart butterflybear with hearts (includes fourth note: eighth notes)You May Also LikeColor by Note Deck the HallsColor by Note HalloweenColor by Note Holiday (Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa)Color by Note St. Patrick's
1st - 5th
January and February is National Skating Month!Lace up your skates and try out this fun winter music activity!Your students are sure to enjoy this interactive rhythmic game celebrating ice skating! Start by selecting one of the many icy pictures, which reveals a short rhythm. The class then speaks or plays the corresponding rhythm for it. This game even works well for a substitute lesson! Seven different rhythmic levels make it great to use many grades/classes.This BUNDLE includes the following
K - 5th
27 Winter music worksheets and activities for elementary music classes that are great for Sub Plans or Centers because they are no prep, and come with answer keys. Even a non-music sub can implement activities like the Vivaldi listening glyph. Many pages have a coloring element for early finishers and will look fabulous on your bulletin board. Includes a spinner games for centers, rhythm activities, pitch activities, Vivaldi's "Winter" listening glyph, and more!This set is included in my yearly
Color by note coloring pages featuring winter images! Notes include quarter note, half rest, half notes, and eighth notes. Great for sub plans, fun homework, or featuring student work on a bulletin board! Includes pre-made PDF for print & go seen in the preview and editable PowerPoint so you can write your own wording. The editable version will specifically allow you to edit the wording next to the notes, which includes the color and the note name.Included:MooseKnitted HatsDog in scarf/hatMi
1st - 5th
This file is a great way for your young musicians to practice reading and writing rhythms while also learning about Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement. This is super easy to use, even for a non-music sub! Your principal and social studies teachers will love the cross-curricular aspect of the activity, and it gets the kids up, out of their seats, and working independently. There are 10 cards included, which can be printed in color or black and white. Each card shows an identific
3rd - 6th
This is a great lesson plan for rhythm and dynamics composition for kindergarten or first grade. Students will learn a simple ostinato using quarter notes, eighth notes, and rest to accompany the Snowball Fight (Affiliate Link)Snowball Fight by Jimmy Fallon. Then students will explore adding dynamics to the ostinato. Finally, students will compose their own rhythm pattern complete with dynamics! Versions with traditional and stick notation are included!Though this composition lesson plan was
Learn about Martin Luther King, Jr. and the civil rights movement for Black history month by getting out your bucket drums, rhythm instruments, or body percussion! This set could work in a classroom as a whole group, or in small groups, centers, or even a concert as a performance or an audience participation piece. This has an added writing project.This drumming set uses a quarter note, quarter rest, 2 eighth notes, 1 eighth note as a pickup note, and a half note.This includes:File #1• Facts fo
This set comes with a list of concepts and skills to cover, lesson ideas to teach each concept or skill, and accompanying materials (links to free recordings and directions, printable worksheets, powerpoints and visuals, assessment rubrics etc) for the entire month of January for every grade, K-6. This resource is designed to be adapted to a variety of teaching needs, so the lesson activities are listed by concept rather than laid out sequentially (although a sample sequence is included for your
K - 6th, Staff
Learn about Black History in the United States, Martin Luther King, Jr. and the civil rights movement by getting out your bucket drums, other small percussion, or body percussion! This set could work in a classroom as a whole group, or in small groups, centers, or even a concert as a performance or an audience participation piece. This 2 drumming pack set has the added bonus of having more phrases for composing your own rhythms. Perfect for Black History month, this is a bundle of both my Mart
1st - 6th, Adult Education

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