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Place these posters around your room for reference when teaching the different elements of music. Place them at the top of a word wall and divide words using the elements as headers. These posters can also be used as posters for bulletin boards, handouts, reference for group and individual work, or placed in binders and notebooks. Includes portrait and landscape versions. Includes color and ink friendly versions. #musiccrewsecondaryIncludes the following terms:Elements of MusicRhythm (North
This bundle of Interactive PowerPoints will take you and your students through music and music history activities that cover early jazz and blues from the 1910's through the 1920's. It includes all of the individual products listed below:Louis Armstrong New Orleans Jazz PowerPointBessie Smith & the Classic Blues PowerPointThe Big Apple Dance Craze 1937 - PowerPointExit Tickets for the Music ClassroomClick on the individual product links for a full description of each component. Save $$$ by
This musical theater project worksheet details the various jobs involved both on and off the stage. It is helpful for general music or musical theater classes, both at the middle and high school age. There are several project descriptions provided so that students can have a choice based on their interest.You will receive a pdf version of this with suggested projects, as well as an editable copy for you to change as needed.#musiccrewsecondary....................................................
Grades:
5th - 9th
Use these Safari themed music posters to create an exciting bulletin board display in your classroom. Place these posters for reference when teaching the different elements of music. These posters can be used at the top of a word wall then divide words using the elements as headers. These posters can be used as handouts, reference for group and individual work, or placed in binders and notebooks. Includes portrait versions and color versions only. #musiccrewsecondaryIncludes the following terms:
Use these Safari themed music posters to create an exciting bulletin board display in your classroom. Place these posters for reference when teaching the different elements of music. These posters can also be used at the top of a word wall then divide words using the elements as headers. These posters can also be used as handouts, reference for group and individual work, or placed in binders and notebooks. Includes portrait versions and color versions only. #musiccrewsecondaryIncludes the follow
This is a bundle of 10 spoons games designed to fully engage students while reinforcing clef reading, dynamics, ensemble vocab, instrument families, music history, rhythm, symbol notation, and tempos. These games work well for music centers and as easy sub tub activities. Spoons is a fast-paced game perfect for sneaking in educational content while students have fun!To buy these games individually, each would cost between $3.00-$4. To purchase each game individually, they would cost $40.00. This
Grades:
4th - 7th
Conducting is fundamental to any ensemble! Start helping your students understand and follow conducting with this all-inclusive resource. This bundle has a great introduction to conducting for elementary students, including assessment pieces, technology, writing, movement, snacks and more! Use just one activity or the whole unit - you decide. Additional resources and extensions are also provided. Table of Contents:**All About Conducting**Patterns**Instrumental**Vocal**Famous Conductors**Review &
**End of the Year Reflections for Band, Orchestra, and Choir**Want a great way to boost recruitment and retention in your band, orchestra, or choir programs? Give students the opportunity to celebrate their successes and make plans for next year with these reflections and goal-setting sheets for individuals and whole-class. Collect data from the student surveys and create a recruitment poster for outside your room! The results are just as exciting for parents and administrators!In this resource,
Jazzers have a language all of their own! Whether you are deep into a serious study of jazz and jazz musicians, or just want to lend a little light hearted fun to your music class, these 45 jazz terms will help you! Each 11X8.5 sheet displays one term and the definition. Post them on your walls as is, or cut the terms and definitions apart for an interactive board or music center. **2021 Update**Now includes 5 Write-the-Room Worksheets + Answer KeysJazz Terms AxAxeBack BeatBig BandBreakBridg
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
This is a partner parody project with "My Favorite Things" from The Sound of Music.It can be a great end of the year project for General Music, Choir, or Band students. It is also great for distance learning. It comes in a PDF version as well as Google Slides. Students learn definitions of terms like parody, rhythm, meter, rhyme, and syllable as they apply in a song. After brainstorming their favorite things, students will write their own stanzas as a personal parody to the song, "My Favorite T
Grades:
4th - 8th
This is a fun music activity to help reinforce note identification and increase reading fluency for notes in the concert Bb scale. It's great for elementary/beginning band students and contains 46-pages of speed trials (similar to Mad Minute) where students can compete against the clock, each other, or themselves! Check out the preview to see what's included. Answer keys are also in the set in case you need them for sub plans or you'd like students to check their work.I also have a set of the f
Upcoming Updates: I've found a few typos that will be fixed shortly. Estimated update by 8/31/22.**64 Choir Warm Up Cards, 16 Rounds, and Elementary Vocal Ranges**Great for elementary, middle school, or high school choirs, these choir warm up cards are a fantastic way to mix up your warm up routine! Use them to plan your rehearsal or let your singers pick the warm ups for the day. The cards come in color and black & white and are categorized by posture, breath, vocal relaxation, vowels, and
This bulletin board set focuses on how students can major in music. It's a great set that can be left up all year long in the high school band, choir, or orchestra room.Includes:So you want to major in music? (across 2 sheets)What can I major in? with 8 majorsHow do I apply to college? with 4 tips on applyingHow can I prepare for an audition? with 8 tips for audition preparationWhere have alumni gone? with blank circles to fill in with alumni names and collegesPlus 5 blank pages to add your ownY
Your music students will love this TV Tunes Boom deck as they identify solfege patterns using notes of the C major scale. Boom is perfect for centers and web-based, distance learning because they can be played on any device (smartboards, computers, tablets, & phones). Boom can even integrate with your Google Classroom and keep track of student responses.PREVIEW the game here - select "Full-Sized Preview!"Students receive immediate feedback when choosing a response. Great for practicing sight
This movie music unit is a great way to engage upper elementary and middle school students and get them composing, listening, analyzing, and thinking about music! Students will learn about the importance of music and sound in film, different music jobs within the film industry (especially focusing on foley artists and score composers), and add their own sound effects and soundtrack to a short film! This project can be done in a variety of ways to suit your classroom needs, including individual a
This set of worksheets will guide your students through the process of creating a soundtrack to their life, intended for upper middle school or high school students. The end product will be either a poster or PowerPoint presentation. Includes a ready to print rubric as well as an editable PowerPoint rubric.Included:4 Brainstorming worksheets for songs that represent a student's personality, important events, and people who mean the most to them3 song brain storming worksheets2 putting it altoget
This interactive music notebook is a great tool for assessing middle school (5th and 6th grade) music students while encouraging creativity and student-centered learning. This file can be used in a variety of ways, including as traditional interactive notebook pages, worksheets, assessments, differentiated activities, evidence of learning, and more. Also included is an editable version, so that you can customize student directions and/or adjust music terminology to fit your needs!⚠️ Click HERE t
As a struggling clarinet player myself, I remember wanting to quit band in sixth grade because I just couldn't get those darned high notes! I didn't get the relationship between the low notes and high notes, and I couldn't produce the sound when I added the register key. This fingering chart for clarinets is designed to break down those barriers and help your new-ish clarinet players make it past the dreaded "break!" It is provided as a .jpg file and as a .pdf file for ease in printing. Please m
Grades:
5th - 8th
The Music History Quick Guide Bundle is a set of music samples, videos, fun facts, vocabulary, and major composers from each period in western art music history. The interactive slideshows allow you to introduce middle school or junior high students to music from each period in western music history.**Compatible with both Google™ Slides and PowerPoint**This resource is perfect for:★general music teachers★middle school music teachers★junior high school music teachers★homeschoolersWHAT YOU'LL GET
Grades:
5th - 8th
When a student encounters a musical symbol that they don't recognize, how do they know the music term to look up? This visual glossary for band, orchestra, or middle school general music is the perfect answer! Just keep a copy in your music folder, and fill in definitions as new symbols are introduced throughout the year. This is also a handy reference sheet for students to use at home and for distance learning.This worksheet is a great way to get started for back to school. It is a quick and ea
Engage your middle and high school students in a fast paced and challenging digital classroom escape. Set up is easy - no locks, no printing, no hiding clues, and no rushed clean up between classes! All you need is a device that can connect to the internet.Students must help a music time traveler who forgot to take their key unlock their time machine before it's too late and they're stuck in the past. In order to do so, students will decode messages, answer questions about the Baroque Era, find
Grades:
7th - 12th
Looking for something low prep, digital, and engaging? Digital escapes immerse your middle and high school students in a fast paced and challenging way. Set up is easy - no locks, no printing, no hiding clues, and no rushed clean up between classes! All you need is a device that can connect to the internet.In this digital escape, students must help locate the beloved Mayor of Theorytowne, who mysteriously went missing. In order to do so, students will decode messages, answer questions about note
Grades:
7th - 12th
This is a complete curriculum resource for Sixth Grade general music. It is designed to be adapted to a variety of teaching needs, so the material is organized by concept within each month rather than scripted lessons (a sample lesson sequence is included for your reference)- you can design your own specific lesson plans based on the standards you need to address, the amount of class time you have, and the students and resources you have in your classes. Everything you need to teach the lessons

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