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"Shalom Chaverim" is a traditional Hebrew folk song sung especially around December for Hanukkah. The sheet music and lyrics are included for this piece. Also you will receive Orff accompaniment to go with the song. The rhythms are simple enough for students to read, but are a wonderful addition to the song.Rhythm instruments include:* Hand drum* Tambourine* Triangle* Sand blocksMelodic instruments include:* Bass Xylophone* Alto XylophoneHanukkah, Hannukah, Hannukkah#musiccrewworldmusic………………
Looking for some Irish music activities for your classroom? Check this out!"Oh, Danny Boy" is a beautiful Irish folk song. It is perfect for St. Patrick’s Day and all throughout March. You will receive the sheet music for the song, lyrics sheets, 4 rhythmic ostinatos, 2 melodic ostinatos, and several video links. A perfect way to have fun, sing, practice rhythms, and give your students the opportunity to play instruments - all in one activity!Simple rhythmic ostinatos work well with Kindergar
Do you teach music from around the world? This resource is a must have supplement! I'm sharing the musical passport I use with my students as well as the teacher pages that go with it. There are over 70 countries to select from to build your custom musical passport! Help your students build their appreciation of global music!Please note: There are no songs or lesson plans included in this resource. What is included in this resource:An introduction with material suggestionsDirections on how
A glyph is a representation of data in picture form. In these worksheets, students are asked to color different parts of the picture depending on what they are hearing from the music. These glyphs are designed with specific world music pieces in mind. They work well alone or as part of a unit. There are a variety of levels included, each with 3-4 things to listen for, including fast/slow, loud/soft, staccato/legato, various instruments, etc. Unfortunately, due to copyright laws, the music is not
Grades:
1st - 5th
Use these resources to introduce students to musical instruments from six different countries! This is a great unit to tie into other world music studies, instruments of the orchestra, or the science of sound. Students see pictures of instruments from one of the countries, and use their knowledge of instruments to describe the instrument and predict what it will sound like. After listening to the instrument, they describe the actual sound and compare it to other instruments, seeing if their pred
*Recent major revision, including music clips of me singing the songs, plus cupcake toppers and numbers to have a cupcake walk for a cinco de Mayo party. Add to your music around the World activities by celebrating Cinco de Mayo or just learn some Spanish Language songs and activities with your students by learning the facts about Cinco de Mayo, singing songs, dancing a fun and easy folk dance for all ages, and doing a fun activity that you could associate with tortillas or nachos if you wanted
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PreK - 12th
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Nabiya is a charming Korean Children's Song that you can use for your around the world elementary music lessons! Boom Cards allow repeated listenings of the song while students play "find the butterfly" in 10 different locations in South Korea. You can play as a class or assign it individually with a link that works in Google Classroom. It's a great song for spring and/or AAPI month!PREVIEW the game here - select "Full-sized Preview!The song is in the Key of E and 2/4. It features the first 5 no
Wee Falorie Man is a fun Irish folk song that you can use for your St. Patrick's Day music lessons or for music around the world! Project it and have students take turns looking for clovers, or have them direct you where to move the flashlight. You can even assign it digitally as an internet activity.A singer-songwriter from Dublin, Ireland created the track specifically for use in this game. This tune will be stuck in your students' heads all day! Great for Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st-grade, and 2
This bundle is for a World Music theme with at least one song and a little information about each country, around the world bulletin boards, a behavior reward system, and passports for keeping track.***This is an overview- information for a trip around the world. If you are interested in single more comprehensive packs with much more information about each country, see them HERE.It includes the following items:• 17 country posters in 8 1/2 x 11 size     - Australia, Canada, China, Egypt,    - En
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K - 6th
This bundle includes all of the Japanese song lesson sets from my store. Each song comes with a full set of resources to use them in performances with instrumental accompaniment or in the classroom setting with teaching resources on a variety of skills and concepts. You and your students will fall in love with these beautiful songs!**Save 20% when you purchase this bundle!**Each of the song lesson sets are available separately as well. Click on the title of each to go to that product and see a m

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