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Help build your students movement vocabulary with this movement word wall. Post vocabulary once your students have learned a new movement or folk dance step! Movement is broken down into different sections: Locomotor, Directional, Folk Dance, Laban, Movement Verbs. Clip art of specific movements for some words are included!You might also be interested inMusic Room Word Wall#musiccrewmovement***************************************************************************Customer Tips:Did you know
*Get your students dancing, moving, and shaking with these Glue Dancing Cue Cards!*If your students love Freeze Dance activities, they will LOVE Glue Dancing!*Turn on your favorite tunes or a song you are studying and get to work! *Great for students who are hesitant about dancing!*18 cue cards included!*Cards may be printed or displayed on a screen.*Like this? Check out:Rhythm & Shake {Rhythm Clapping with Brain Breaks}: Ta, Ti Ti, RestClass Cooperation Freeze Dance {Brain Break}#musiccre
Grades:
PreK - 5th
Peter and the Wolf is classic musical tale. Give your students an active listening experience with these posters! Have the students move their prop correctly for each character. Add it into a performance of the story or use as a quick visual/aural assessment, too! They can be printed or projected in color and black/white. Recommended for use with ribbons, scarves, and other movement props. No music is included.#musiccrewmovement
Grades:
K - 2nd
These body percussion charts are perfect for working with small groups to create a body percussion ensemble. I have also included a Google Slides version that you could use with distance learning. There are 10 different charts/arrangements in several options: stick or staff notation and color or black and white.Body percussion elements include: stomp, pat, clap, and snapBody percussion rhythms include: ta, ti-ti, ta rest (quarter, 8th notes, quarter rest)#musiccrewmovement……………………………………
Your little ones love to move - why not get them moving purposefully? Dance & Freeze is an interactive game that helps students use imagery to experience a variety of Laban Efforts. Using flow, weight, space, and time, students learn how to coordinate their bodies through movement and music. This file contains versions in both PDF and PowerPoint.Please note - due to copyright, there is no recorded music provided with this resource. Musical suggestions for use are listed within the resource.
Grades:
PreK - 2nd
This document includes 12 folk dance formation cue cards to use in the classroom. These are very helpful in teaching students the various formation of each dance. They serve as a wonderful visual for students, helping them make smooth transitions to a new position.This poster set includes: * Longways set * Circle - No Partners * Circle - With Partners * Double Circle - With Partners * Circle - with "It" in Middle * Circle - with "It" on Outside * Circle - with 2 "It
Grades:
1st - 7th
Celebrate AAPI Heritage month with Look Up!, a Korean book that has been translated into English. Written and illustrated by Jung Jin-Ho, Look Up! is the story of a girl who looks down at the world from a high balcony. She uses a wheelchair and wants someone, anyone, to notice her because she can't come down. This book is full of surprises and has forever changed my perspective on read-alouds in the music room. I've turned the first half of the book into a sound story, and the second half into a
*This is a great movement activity or brain break to help your students work together! Great for physical education, music, and classroom teachers to inspire students to cooperate (classroom teachers may need to move desks for this challenging set).*There are 30 cards in this set, 22 of which require cooperation with classmates to complete.*I recommend it for upper elementary, but it could also be used for lower elementary and middle school. *A great end of the year music class activity. *Use
Grades:
K - 8th
This is a PowerPoint file with embedded audio of the famous Scottish and camp song favorite, "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean." It's also a fun way to teach triple meter. The slides show students how to sing and count in 3. There are audio files included on the slides. You may use them or have students sing unaccompanied, but the song goes to a high E, so some teachers might appreciate giving their voices a rest. :) This is in the key of C Major, so it would be easy for students to play along
Moving with Florence Price is a presentation that guides students through the feelings and sounds of the high and low pitches in The Goblin and the Mosquito. Students will practice moving to the steady beat, identifying high and low pitches, learn about Florence Price, and play the Goblin Game.⚠️ Download comes with Google Slides Link & PowerPoint ⚠️This resource is perfect for:★elementary music teachers★substitute teachers★student teachers★homeschoolersWHAT YOU'LL GET WITH THIS PRESENTATION
Grades:
K - 1st
Movements cards to get the imagination flowing while using specific Laban efforts. Great for brain breaks and focused movement. Opposites like high/low, bound/loose, smooth/bumpy can be used for stationary or locomotor movements, seated or standing. 24 color cards, 24 low-ink B&W cards with no background. Suggestions for Use:Put on your favorite freeze dance music and ask students to freeze in the animal shape represented on the displayed card.Display a card and ask students to dance/mov
Mindful Movement Cards are great for developing focus and creating a calm environment in your classroom! Great for opening warm-ups or brain breaks during rehearsals. 14 color cards, 14 low ink B&W cards, suggestions for use, mindful breathing & mindful listening scripts.Suggestions for UseSelect 2-4 cards to sequence as a warm-up activity to stretch muscles and prepare breathing for singing activities.Guide students in a brain break activity between lesson activities. Encourage studen
These movement cards will appeal to all ages! The set comes with 30 different cards with movement prompts to get kids moving, including current popular dances, simple body percussion, animals, sports, and everyday objects. All of them are designed to be performed as a motion with a steady beat. The graphics will appeal to all ages. The possibilities are endless for using these cards- you can find a description of the "Disco Duel" I use them for in this blog post.For distance learning: print out
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Not Grade Specific
The air is crisp, and the leaves are starting to change- the perfect to et into the autumn mood with this falling leaves rhythm activity. This resource gives you the perfect opportunity to engage the entire student while still practicing important rhythmic skills. Lesson plans are included for four different variations of the activity in order to meet the needs of the following learning objectives:Students will be able to read out loud rhythms including half note, quarter note, quarter rest, an
Grades:
2nd - 5th
When kids have spent a long time sitting at desks working, we all know that they need occasional breaks to do their best learning. This brain break freeze dance is an easy to use and ready to go file to get the kids up and moving while having fun. No pre-knowledge is required, they just move to the music or beat and then freeze to match the pose of the wooden figure shown on the screen. This download includes two options for your convenience. Video Option: There are three video files that are ab
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Not Grade Specific
Everyone's Irish on St. Patrick's Day, so why not have a little leprechaun fun in music class? This product gives you the perfect opportunity to engage the entire student while still practicing important rhythmic skills. Lesson plans are included for four different variations of the activity in order to meet the needs of the following learning objectives:Students will be able to read out loud rhythms including half note, quarter note, quarter rest, and paired eighth notesStudents will be able to
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Grades:
2nd - 5th
The song Sarasponda is a fun and catchy tune that your students will love to sing! This resource will teach about the origins of the song, explain a little bit about what a Spinning Wheel is and how it works, and then provides instructions to experience the song Sarasponda in the following ways:Sing the song: One slide provides the notation, and another slide simply displays the lyrics.Sing and Play: After learning to sing the song, students will add rhythm sticks while they sing.Sing and Play A
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Grades:
2nd - 5th
Get your early childhood students moving with this fun song and game. Besides getting your kids moving, you can work on simple rhythm, sol, mi, and la, and work on literacy. This is great for any situation from in-class learning, to social distancing, to virtual learning. A hidden gem that your students will love. We are Dancing in the Forest Song and Literacy Pack Includes: • Directions• Music for “We Are Dancing in the Forest”• Solfa for doing hand signs of “We are Dancing in the Forest”• Beha
Grades:
PreK - 2nd
In these colder months, it is more important than ever to get kids up and moving while they're learning! This product gives you the perfect opportunity to engage the entire student while still practicing important rhythmic skills. Lesson plans are included for four different variations of the activity in order to meet the needs of the following learning objectives:Students will be able to read out loud rhythms including half note, quarter note, quarter rest, and paired eighth notesStudents will
Grades:
2nd - 5th
Your students will love to sing, move, and play recorder with the folk song "Hop Old Squirrel!" This slide show presentation will guide your students through singing the song, adding their own creative movement, and then adding recorder to the mix. Once they have all of that mastered, a B Section poem is included for them to chant and move to. This also provides the opportunity to practice AB Form and to give your students the chance to take turns between playing and singing/moving. This present
Grades:
2nd - 5th
This bundle includes all three sets in the "Moving with Beethoven" series. You can find descriptions of each resource below. This bundle is appropriate for students at various levels, including those practicing steady beat, quarter notes, barred eighth notes, quarter rests, and triplets.⚠️You'll need your own recording of each Beethoven piece to use this resource. ⚠️This resource is perfect for:★ elementary music teachers★ homeschool teachersWHAT YOU'LL GET WITH YOUR DOWNLOADBeethoven's "Moonlig
Grades:
K - 5th
Have you ever wanted to do maypole dancing with your class? Wondered why people even do maypole dancing in the first place? Look no further! Marvelous Maypole is for you! This is a great way to get kids doing choreography around May Day. The kids also love doing things like this on field day!This is an amazing unit all about maypole dancing! This lesson and accompanying PowerPoints with dance animation will provide you all you need to teach a fun, engaging unit on maypole dancing, K-5 (or o

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