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It's October! Time for Halloween and candy! This chant is a favorite in my classroom. This simple chant is rich with content. Students can practice Steady beat Beat vs. rhythmRhythmic readingCreating/arranging rhythm patternsThis file can be used on an Interactive White Board, but it is NOT interactive in nature. Printables and worksheets are available within this resource.You might also be interested inFall Songs for Little OnesFall Worksheets for the Music Learning Theory Inspired Classroom
I love using children's literature to teach musical concepts and skills. Listen to the Rain is one of my favorite children's books for the music room. It's full of beautiful, imaginative vocabulary and perfect to teach dynamics and mallet technique. This pack contains slides to retell the story and a variety of printables to help students learn and apply dynamics vocabulary. If you enjoyed this product, please check outZin! Zin! Zin! A Violin!The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anythin
There are 200+ images of barred Orff instruments and parts included in this clipart set. It contains high-resolution PNG files with transparent backgrounds and black and white line art for a total of 300+ images!**More Instrument Clip Art!**IncludedBlack and white line artGlockenspiels - soprano, altoMetallophones - soprano, alto, bassXylophones - soprano, alto, tenor-alto, bassFiberglass and Rosewood barsContrabass barBass barChime barResonator bells - 1 octave individual bars9 mallet colors/st
"Ding Dong Diggidiggidong" is a familiar, favorite folk song! Your students will absolutely love learning its simple melody and adding instruments to it. Included is sheet music, lyrics page, 5 rhythmic ostinatos, and 3 melodic borduns/ostinatos. A perfect way to have fun, sing, practice rhythms, and give your students the opportunity to play instruments - all in one activity!Rhythms Include: ta, ti-ti, ta rest, tika-tika (tiri-tiri), ti rest + ti/quarter note, beamed 8th notes, quarter rest
"Great Big House" is a popular folk song for November and Thanksgiving time. It is also one of my favorites. It is great to prepare for singing so, mi and la, and add instruments.I have written and included 5 rhythmic ostinatos and 2 melodic ostinatos. You will also receive the sheet music for this song, along with brief geographical information and dance steps to accompany this song.Song includes:* do-re-mi-so-laRhythms include:* Ta/quarter note* Ti/8th note* Ta rest/quarter restInstruments
These Farmhouse Music Orff visuals and labels will help your students recognize the different barred instruments and remember how to play them! This file includes:★Orff Instrument Reminders:Do not stop over the instruments. Walk around them!Move instruments carefully.Use two hands to remove bars.Hold your mallets like you are holding onto bicycle handlebars.Bounce your mallet in the middle of the bar.Follow the conductor.★C, D, F, G pentatonic setup visuals★Color-coded Orff Instrument Labels:Sop
These Pastel Rainbow Orff visuals and labels will help your students recognize the different barred instruments and remember how to play them! This file includes:★Orff Instrument Reminders:Do not stop over the instruments. Walk around them!Move instruments carefully.Use two hands to remove bars.Hold your mallets like you are holding onto bicycle handlebars.Bounce your mallet in the middle of the bar.Follow the conductor.★C, D, F, G pentatonic setup visuals★Color-coded Orff Instrument Labels:Sopr
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
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3rd - 6th
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For years, I have played games using various voices of music. This is a great back to school or anytime activity that your students will love to use the 5 major voices, as well as many others and added instruments with activities..It includes:• Directions with ideas, and song choice ideas• 5 major voices we use in labels , with variations of hearing music in your head that might be used in Kodaly, Orff, and Gordon (in both boy and girl versions)• 24 other fun voices kids could use• 12 in
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K - 6th
Hot Cross Buns is a guided lesson using Orff Instruments. This interactive presentation guides elementary music students through vocal explorations, speaking rhythms, playing body percussion, singing, mallet warm-ups, and playalongs for the song Hot Cross Buns. This interactive PowerPoint lesson is perfect for teachers who are less confident with teaching instruments or who want an easy step-by-step guide for teaching Hot Cross Buns. This resource is perfect for:✅ elementary music teachersWHAT Y
Rain, Rain is a guided lesson using Orff instruments. This interactive presentation guides elementary music students through vocal explorations, speaking rhythms, playing body percussion, singing, mallet warm-ups, and playalongs for the song Rain, Rain. This interactive PowerPoint lesson is perfect for teachers who are less confident with teaching instruments or who want an easy step-by-step guide for teaching Rain, Rain. This resource is perfect for:✅ elementary music teachersWHAT YOU'LL GET WI
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
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K - 6th
This lesson set is a wonderful resource to add to your music collection. Use it to teach students about pentatonic music with slides showing the solfege, teach compound meter in 6/8 through the melody and percussion accompaniment parts (including 3 Orff xylophone ostinati parts) along with lesson extension ideas, and learn the Japanese language and culture. This lesson set is included in the Japanese Music Lesson Set BundleYou can get a free sample of some of the resources included in the lesson
We all know that kids love to use mnemonic devices to remember information- and the best way to their heart is through their stomach! So here are some posters and handouts to use with your students to help them remember how to set up their Orff instruments in C Pentatonic, F Pentatonic, G Pentatonic, and D Pentatonic.This file includes both .jpg and .pdf files of each poster for your convenience. There are options for each page to print in color with either metal or wood bars and black and white
This lesson set is a wonderful resource to add to your world music collection. Use it to teach students about pentatonic and/or minor music with slides showing the solfege, create an Orff ensemble piece with barred percussion borduns, teach low C, E, and F on recorder, identify same and different musical phrases, and learn the Japanese language and culture. This lesson set is included in the Japanese Music Lesson Set BundleYou can get a free sample of some of the resources included in the lesson
I love bringing Children's Literature into the music classroom, especially when it can help kids get creative! This lesson uses the book Silly Sally (Affiliate Link) to teach kids about solfege notes (do, re, mi, and fa) and choreography or creative movement.This is the extended version of a lesson introduced in Pitch Hill!In this lesson, students learn a song based on the words of "Silly Sally" using the pitches do, re, mi, and fa (GREAT way to introduce Fa!). Students then create their own m
I love bringing Children's Literature into the music classroom, especially when it can help kids get creative! This lesson uses the book Mañana Iguana (Affiliate Link) by Ann Whitford Paul to teach kids about solfege notes (do, re, mi, sol, and la) and experience syncopation (though we don't discuss it as part of the lesson).This is the extended version of a lesson introduced in Pitch Hill!In this lesson, students learn a song to accompany the book using the pitches do, re, mi, fa, and sol. Stu

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