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These hands-on activities for Boomwhackers®, voices, recorders, ukuleles, and mallets will engage your students in learning the following skills and concepts: Key and chord relationships in C & G Blues lyric form and composing original blues lyrics Singing and improvising blues melodies Playin
Have your students compose and perform their own 12 Bar Blues Songs! UPDATED! There are two versions of the 12 bar blues songwriting worksheets and included two versions of the 12 Bar Blues Visual. This worksheet is color coded for Boomwackers and accompanies the 12 Bar Blues Form Visual/Workshe
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There is no certainty of exactly how early in history music began. What we do know is that music has been used for hundreds and even thousands of years. Just as math has patterns and forms, so does music. Throughout this Web Quest, students will learn about the 12-bar blues. What does it involve
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Recorder Sheet Music: 12 Bar Blues (Recorder) The 12-bar blues or blues changes is one of the most popular chord progressions in popular music. The blues progression has a distinctive form in lyrics and phrase and chord structure and duration. It is, at its most basic, based on the I-IV-V chords of
Here is an Orff Arrangement of the 12 bar blues in C Major. You can use this with the 12 Bar Blues Songwriting Worksheet that is color coded for boomwackers to accompany your students' original blues compositions. For the drum part, I used buckets and duct taped tambourines to the top to mimic a h
Use Orff instruments to teach the Blues? Absolutely! From classroom setup to helpful implementation, this is do-able. In just one lesson, the entire class will be successfully performing the Easy 12 Bar Blues. Includes a video of MrMusicMan performing "The Homework Blues."
2 sided document that walks students through a basic scale, as well as the the building of a basic chord. The second page informs students about the 12 bar blues (twelve bar blues), and the chords that would be assigned to the blues progression based on a C scale.
Guitar Sheet Music: 12-Bar Blues The 12 Bar Blues is a I - IV - V a chord progression used in many Blue's and Rock music. Keywords: acoustic guitar, electric guitar, blues, black history month, african american music, rock, tablature, sheet music Download today and start rockin' out with your ki
No guitars? No keyboards? No worry! This unit teaches students how to play 12-bar Blues on the iPad using the Garageband app. Students should already be familiar with the form, chord progression, and scale used in the 12-bar blues, as well as the history, cultural context, music and musicians of the
Use this form to write a song, story or even draw pictures consistent with the standard 12 bar blues form.
This Orff instrument activity works great for both social distancing and traditional classroom arrangements. Elementary music students will love this fun, new take on "Baa Baa Black Sheep"! (Think Stevie Ray Vaughan's "Mary Had a Little Lamb".) This song package accommodates a wide range of ages and
This is a two page exercise outlining the basic 12 bar blues form in C for melodic instruments. Students build each chord gradually, beginning with simple root-per-measure, and progress to include all four chord tones in root position. The notes of the C blues scale are included for reference and so
Printable color-coded charts to use as visuals when students are learning the 12-bar blues. Organized by measures with articulation marks for each beat. Includes 7 different keys, 1 roman numeral chart, and 1 blank chart.
WHAT IS INCLUDED:PowerPoint Presentation of 12 Bar Blues in the Key of E Major*E7, A7, B7 Chord Tutorial*E Major Blues Scale Tutorial*Rhythm for Strumming Practice*If you are interested in your students learning a 12 bar blues in the key of E Major & maybe some Blues Scale Improvising Skills the
This Orff instrument activity works great for both social distancing and traditional classroom arrangements. Students will explore 12-bar blues, the blues scale in G and improvisation with this fun, original song. Simply remove the bars that don't work and away you go! The recording provides instrum
A fun and rocking course that includes high-quality audio tracks, scores (including guitar and bass tab) and an accompanying power point presentation. This course is aimed at students between grades 5 – 9 but is likely to be useful for higher ages as well as instrumental tutors. It works through
NEW SLIDES & WORKSHEET BUNDLE AVAILABLE!Get this set of classroom slides, PLUS a guided 2-page worksheet for your students to structure their work during this fun lyric-writing lesson. Buy the bundle here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/How-To-Write-A-Blues-Song-SLIDES-WORKSHEET-BUN
This Orff instrument activity works great for both social distancing and traditional classroom arrangements. Students will explore 12-bar blues, the blues scale in G and improvisation with this fun song! The recording provides instrumental breaks between verses to allow for lots of experimentation w
Twenty four 12 bar blues exercises (beginner level). These exercises can be combined with any 12 bar blues progression (key of C). Look for our accompanying tracks on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWJKw8yAl0y64ataXpKbvIg/videos
This Orff instrument activity works great for both social distancing and traditional classroom arrangements. The curriculum materials in this package appeal to a wide range of ages! It's a fun take on "Eeenie, Meenie Miney Moe" with many repetitions on the recording to facilitate multiple improvisat
Students will love this fun, new take on "Baa Baa Black Sheep"! (Think Stevie Ray Vaughan's "Mary Had a Little Lamb".)This song accommodates a wide range of ages and ability levels. Arrange your Orff instruments with the blues scale and invite your young students to sing along and improvise freely d
Twelve Bar Blues Project! This is a great project to pair with your jazz or blues lesson. Your students will be writing four verses of their very own blues song.While this doesn't take too many classes, students will have a blues song ready to sing in no time!This lesson is great to talk about music
This fun take on "Eeenie, Meenie Miney Moe" will get have your students improvising the 12-bar blues in no time! The recording has many repetitions to facilitate multiple turns. Set up your Orff instruments so that only notes of the G-Blues scale remain (g, bflat, c, d and f), and invite them to imp
Wondering how you can incorporate more technology and composition into your classroom? Or maybe it is one of your goals for the new year?I found myself thinking, "I need a project for my upper elementary students" during our Blues unit. We workshopped this project and it has been a hit! My students

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