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Leaves: a song and xylophone activity to teach high and low
This file is a resource to accompany Arvida Steen's "Leaves". Students will participate in movement activities as they learn to differentiate high and low pitches using their bodies, their voices, and xylophones!***Sound file and sheet music are NOT included in this resource. This song (with recordi
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Sakura: Japanese song lesson set with recordings, orff arrangement, more
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 mu
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Listen to the Rain: A Dynamics lesson for young children
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 a
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Learning with Literature: Manana Iguana - Lesson plan - Solfege practice!
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 discus
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"Winter's Here" Winter Song Recorder Voice Orff MP3 Printables BAG B-A-G Song
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 standa

Also included in: Beginning Recorder Bundle- Handouts, Bulletin Board, Orff Song, Sticker Chart

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Ame Ame: Japanese song lesson set to teach pentatonic, 6/8, orff ostinati
This lesson set is a wonderful resource to add to your world 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 les
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One, Two, Three, Four
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 1) Steady beat 2) Beat vs. rhythm 3) Rhythmic reading 4) Creating/arranging rhythm patterns This file can be used on an Interactive White Board, bu
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Learning with Literature in Music: Silly Sally - Solfege / Movement 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
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Pentatonic Scale Posters and Handouts for Orff Instruments
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
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Rain, Rain: a guided lesson for Orff instruments
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
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