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Using their music math skills, students will help Katie Cook and Danny the Detective fix the mess up in the Christmas Cookie Caper. Students will identify notes and their value. They will also place rhythms in the correct time signatures. #musiccrewstressrelief
Included in the bundle:Rhythm Freeze Dance - a perfect brain break to get those wiggles out! andRhythm Freeze Dance Card Game - If your students like to freeze dance, they will love the card game where they will be clapping rhythms, dancing and freezing in place! Students LOVE music and movement!Be
PreK - 5th
We all know how precious time is with our students. And sometimes the instruction that we want to give our students takes up way too much time. This music teacher tip and trick is something I’ve been doing for a couple years now and it has made a HUGE difference in not wasting any of that precious l
Not Grade Specific
Imagine walking down a quiet school hallway. As you pass the music room, laughter and silly singing floats into the hallway. Curious, you peek through the door to find the entire class having fun and super-focused on the singers. Next different students use playdough to sculpt while others guess. An
These are simple coloring worksheets of musical notes, rests, and clefs for early finishers, non-music subs, and centers. The pages are a nice, calming activity for students who need to wind down. I think I enjoy them as much as the kids because you can get pretty creative by coloring them in any c
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Developing music vocabulary is important for all budding musicians! This bundle contains five separate PowerPoint flash card sets that will help teachers present and practice identifying the instruments in each family by name. These digital flash cards are intended for display on a large screen or
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This fast-paced, interactive game is sure to keep students' attention while reviewing the rhythms and their beat values. Students will need to collect 4 rhythm cards with the same beat value in order to grab a spoon and stay in the game! For example, the 4 cards in a winning hand could be a whole

Also included in: Music Spoons Bundle

**Over 1,500 copies downloaded!**Looking for fun mindfulness activities for the music classroom? These worksheets and coloring pages are inspired by the MindUP curriculum and other mindfulness and restorative best practices!In this resource, you will find:* Be a Songwriter! (Write a melody and refle
Who Can Sing My Song? Christmas Edition is a great resource for assessing music memory and ear training. With 10 familiar Christmas carols, your kids will know and love, you can present these songs with lots of fun. This activity can be used in large group or small group. This activity uses reson
This collection of 12 RHYTHM worksheets now contains 13 RHYTHM worksheets!! ♪♪ BONUS ♪♪ Rhythm of 21 U.S. States has been added to the original 12 worksheets!Students are to match the name of the given words to the correct rhythm. The worksheets are for beginners, with the beats of each rhythm addin

Also included in: RHYTHM WORKSHEETS Bundle

Brain breaks are the perfect cards to use when you notice students are no longer engaged. Or maybe you would like to use them as a reward for doing so well! These brain breaks include a variety of quick movement, improvisation, creativity and quick wins! Simply have them take a brain break by choosi
Practice and review music skills and concepts in a fun way with these printable truth or dare cards! The dare cards prompt the player to perform a musical skill, while the truth cards ask the player to answer a question about music. These cards can be used as a stand-alone game in a center or full-c
Music Games: MUSIC THEMED SUDOKU 6 x 6 - using both American and British terminology. Engage your students with these music themed Sudoku puzzles that will help develop deductive reasoning and critical thinking while reinforcing their knowledge of music words and symbols!Included in this pack are T
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 Us
These coloring sheets of musical instruments of the orchestra are perfect for early finishers and sub plans. They are also a great coloring activity for students needing to wind down.I've just added bonus pages, where students label the instruments in each instrument family (see thumbnail above).
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Holiday music and movement activity based on the "Nutcracker" for elementary and preschool Music and P.E. classes. Music, P.E. and Classroom teachers will love using these directional movement cards based on the Nutcracker Ballet. Includes scarf and creative movement activities- a fun brain break or
As we begin another school year, I thought this would be the perfect time to talk about boundary setting. While boundaries may come across as a negative thing, it is actually a very positive and healthy thing to establish. Establishing clear boundaries means you are establishing clear communication.
No Prep Activities for Music Sampler is a free collection of six video links with three accompanying worksheets. It's perfect for those days when you need a quick and easy no-prep lesson plan for elementary or middle school music students. These activities are ideal for non-music and musically-train
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This is the perfect game for a sub, the end of the year, summer camp, assessment time, or anytime you need something fun! The simple game of "Don't Eat Pete" has been around for many years. I have added a learning twist to it. Just print, and you can be playing it in minutes. Great for centers or a
PreK - 12th
Help your young students learn to listen and move to music without total chaos.It includes:• Directions on how to help children make bubble spots to learn to how to move to music. • 4 bubble visuals for helping kids visualize what it looks like to be in a bubble spot. *****************************
PreK - 2nd
Check out these adorable Fall themed coloring pages. Each page features a color by code image for students to fill in. Within each space in the image is a rhythm addition problem. Students must solve the math problem to figure out what color to use in that space. Rhythms are all in standard notation
2nd - 5th
The Rhythm Chairs Game Bundle is a physically active and engaging way to teach students beat versus rhythm in the elementary or middle school music classroom. Students sit in the chairs to show how many sounds are on each beat, with each chair representing one beat. With all six sets of Rhythm Chair
K - 6th
No Prep Activities for Elementary Music is a collection of over 50 video links with accompanying worksheets. It's perfect for those days when you need a quick and easy no-prep lesson plan for elementary music students. These activities are ideal for non-music and musically-trained substitute teacher
A little Leprechaun told me that a lot of us are unexpectedly spending some time at home away from our students right now, so I thought I'd share a sample from my Spring Music + Math Coloring pages with you. While this sample only includes one coloring image, the larger packs each include six differ
3rd - 6th

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