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A twist on the classic line game!Players take turns making squares by connecting the dots.....when you've made a square, put the solfa in your composition area. Extra composition sheets included.Six different levels of difficulty using la, so and mi. A great activity for your sub tub or stations!#musiccrewpitch#musiccrewcomposition-------------------------------------------------Follow me on Facebook!For more Composition Squares games, click here and here
K - 3rd
*Join in on what the students already love!*Visuals are perfect for pre-k and kindergarten.*Activities are included for a name game, creating your own shark, composing, and more!*Students will love naming and creating their own shark and song. *Upper elementary students can compose and play Baby Shark on their recorder. #musiccrewcomposition
Get out those classroom instruments and get ready to compose! This set has so many options! It is a great group or student-centered activity, but also works well for assessment. Students create their own classroom instrument composition with rhythms, tempo and dynamic markings. An additional version includes spots for form. Pictures are included for little learners or those needing adaptations. What's included:*2 example pages*basic composition page (no rhythms)*16 pages for name/picture or cut/
1st - 4th
Looking for something exciting for Twos Day, 2/22/22? This chant will be double the fun!"Double Double This That" is an exciting, face-paced chant, tongue twister, and hand game (perfect when students are unable to sing in music class). Your students may already know the traditional chant, but this PDF adds several different lyrics, instruments, and the opportunity to write new lyrics. Your students will love it!You will receive the lyrics page with suggested body percussion motions to accompany
This composition activity will be a favorite with your Kindergarten through 2nd graders. Perfect for reviewing rhythms containing quarter notes, 8th notes, and quarter rests/ta, ti-ti, ta rest. You will need to print out the food pages you want, included in both color and black and white, and 2 options for the plates.2 Game Options:You can use this activity at stations/centers by cutting and laminating the pieces before using. Have students use the food pieces to make their own "plate" rhythms.
This activity is designed to be used either with the full class or for individuals and small groups in centers or stations. Students will identify different food items, then create, write, chant, and play the rhythm of the words. This will work with any counting system you use. The example uses standard notation.Included are lesson plans for using the activity with the full class or as a center/station, 40 food items in full page and quarter-page sizes for printing and/or projecting, a worksheet
2nd - 5th
If you want solfa flashcards done your way, try this set of Build Your Own Melodic Flashcards! Create the patterns that you need easily with movable pieces. Just copy, paste, and print. They WILL work in Google Slides and come in a variety of staves and clefs, making them great for general music, band, orchestra, choir, and piano lessons.These are PowerPoint files, but you can upload them to Google Drive and use them in Google Slides the same way. *Update* The background image is now locked in
This is a perfect project for upper elementary and middle school students to demonstrate their understanding of chords, practice composing and notating, and work towards and final performance. Please see the preview to see some examples of the visuals, worksheets, and rubrics included.This project will take students through the process of writing a chord progression, notating it, composing a melody to fit the chords, assigning parts, practicing it, determining and rehearsing a message to communi
Use these worksheets to get your students composing their own melodies, accompaniments, and rhythm patterns! These worksheets are designed to help guide students, from lower elementary through middle and even high school, through the process of composing. Rhythm and pitch banks, clear, big staves and notation, simple directions, and clearly defined parameters make composition more accessible for students of all ages. The set includes blank templates in PDF and PowerPoint format to customize for
Falling Rhythms composition worksheets give young musicians a form to practice their dictation skills, creativity and create an awesome interactive bulletin board display. Includes 4 meters, 2 bulletin board heading options, and 2 sizes leaves. Worksheets are included for four different meters. Choose the option that will best fit the level of your students. Use the dictation worksheets to allow each student to listen and decode rhythms that you chant. Then, students may create 2 additional rh
This set of music note clip art is great for teachers creating digital resources with standard music notation. They do not have to be secured or flattened which makes them perfect for digital resources for students such as Google Slides. The clips are accurately sized in order to use for notating music with ease. Use them for rhythmic and melodic notation! The resolution of the transparent PNGs is 150 ppi, even though a 72 ppi resolution is considered the standard for digital. I bumped it up a n
Just Right Rhythms-Read and Write 6/8 Triple Meter Digital Edition for Paperless Classrooms and Distance Learning is perfect for the classroom using Google Classroom, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive. #DistanceLearningTpT. #musiccrewdistancelearning #musiccrewdistancePRIMARYThis is a Google Slide resource. Download the PDF first for instructions and the link to copy to your own Google Drive. Students use any rhythm system to practice reading 4-beat patterns composed of various combinations
2nd - 5th
Composing with Movement is a beginner's guide to body percussion. Students start by making the sound of a thunderstorm with their bodies. Then, they play the Body Percussion Game, where they practice clapping, snapping, patting, and tapping to a steady beat. Finally, they use printable body percussion cards to compose their own body percussion composition.⚠️You'll need a recording of a piece of music with a clearly defined beat. You'll use this during the Body Percussion Game. ⚠️WHAT YOU'LL GET
This guided composition activity is designed for students who've studied the pentatonic scale (d,r,m,s,l). Students are guided through vocal explorations as a warm-up. Then, they sing Solfége Syllable patterns using the pentatonic scale. Finally, they use four-beat patterns to arrange their own pentatonic composition.WHAT YOU'LL GET:⚠️ The presentation in available in Google Slides & PDF versions ⚠️► Table of Contents ► Vocal Exploration Warmupsnine warmups with a variety of melodic contours
This is two sets of cooties catchers- one for Halloween and one for Thanksgiving. Everyone loves a Cootie Catcher, also known as a Fortune Teller. Use these in a group or as a center. Would work for a sub too! It is super fun to play with. It is even more fun to use one as you are learning about rhythms! They'll use the cootie catcher wth a partner, write down the words and rhythms, then clap and read them.They can find another group and layer their rhythms together for even more fun!It includes
2nd - 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
Getting buy-in from upper elementary and middle school students can be a challenge! This parodies and piggyback songs unit is NO PREP and includes everything you need to engage those reluctant musicians in composing their own lyrics. This unit works perfectly in music or ELA classes, and includes both printable and Google Slides(TM) versions.This is designed as a cross-curricular activity that could be implemented easily by a music teacher OR an English teacher. I’ve supplied you with an example
Looking for an exciting way for your students to practice beat vs. rhythm? Would you like your students to get excited about decoding quarter notes, eighth notes, sixteenth notes, whole notes, half notes, and quarter rests? Look no further! Pizza! Pizza! is for you!In this rhythm composition lesson, students will use pizza rhythms to make their own song. Making a music pizza is a great way to start working music and fractions. Your kids are going to have so much fun doing rhythm composing!In

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