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Elementary Music Jazz Unit, Ragtime-The Blues, Assessment & Activities
This end-of-the unit assessment, teacher's listening guide, and students worksheets on writing their own scat and blues songs supplement my lesson on the unit of jazz found here: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Elementary-Music-Jazz-Unit-Ragtime-The-Blues-Lessons-Smart-Board-Activities T
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Kids & Countries - World-wide/Multi-Cultural Music Borders - Children and Flags
These eye-catching borders (and board runners) will brighten your classroom or studio and create a multi-cultural music theme. 23 pages of children, flags, and geometric designs give you the flexibility to carry this theme throughout your room (and even into the hall) with a variety of related print
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Woodstock, Powerpoint History of a Cultural Event
A powerpoint history of Woodstock, the biggest cultural event in the history of rock and roll. Also of interest: Woody Guthrie A Short Biography for Kids Elvis Presley A Short Biography for Kids Jackson Pollock Abstract Painter The Story of Ray Charles for Kids Andy Warhol A Short Biography for Kids
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Multi-cultural Music Kids and Notes - Cut-outs for Classroom or Studio Decor
Use these delightful cut-outs to brighten your classroom or studio and create a multi-cultural music theme. Full-page, high-resolution graphics are designed to print on standard 8.5 x 11" (one-up) paper, but may be scaled in your printer's settings for larger paper. Post on walls, cabinets, doors, a
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Native Americans Cultural Influence Project
This is an excellent resource to teach how Native Americans culture has, and continues to, influence American art, music, fashion, and more! This packet provides - information on a cultural artifact from each of the six regions of North Americans (Northwest, Northeast, Southwest, Southeast, Plains,
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Junior *MUSIC* Lessons of Music & Culture
This is a great unit on Music and Culture. It is guided by the book "Ada's Violin and the story of the Recycled Orchestra" by Susan Hood. It is amazing see how much students can learn from this true story turned into picture book. Engage your students in music and anthropology! Talk about how music
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Music Cultures Projects & Worksheet
This activity packet screams interdisciplinary action!! Great for any general music classroom, specifically geared towards 5th grade - 8th grade but can be doable in others. This pairs perfectly with the music world culture unit you are doing in your classroom!This three set activity packet includes
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Colorful, Multi-cultural Themed Poster: Music is a World-wide Language
Use this beautiful poster as a classroom or bulletin board theme, or as a springboard for exploring ethnic music. You will find coordinating products here in my store (some coming soon). Easily create a 33 x 11 poster without special paper or printers, using pages 2-5. You can also print a small, o
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*Canadian* Music Coast to Coast Bundle Grades 1-4
This is an AMAZING resource for Canadian music teachers and Social Studies teachers alike. Discover Canadian musicians and music history with a tour around our country. Go through each province to find out the unique and interesting musical contributions made to our collective repertoire. 55 pages
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Where did YOU Come From? World cultures Power Point
Power point highlighting the fact that the United States is a country made-up of many cultures, religions, and people from different backgrounds. Asks students the question "where are you from?" to stimulate classroom and at -home discussion on a student's individual cultural background. Originally
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DICKEN'S "OLIVER TWIST" (Cultural Activities for Both Book and Movie)
Students investigate the social statements based on Charles Dickens classic tale of an orphan in England in the 1830s. His characters abound with color, variety, and life. They are considered to be some of the most famous in English literature. The story has a great understanding of humanity, espe
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Australian Instruments - Make Your Own Bilma (Clapsticks)
Although you can find clapsticks – two sticks used as percussion - in various countries around the world, this version from Australia is a wonderfully creative music craft that can be used as part of any music, geography or world cultures curriculum. Included in this pdf are background of the ins
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Music History: Timeline, Composers, and World Events
Includes Baroque Period-Modern Day. Each era has a time line of World Events, a brief description of what society and culture was like during that time, and a featured composers' biography list with 5-6 highlighted big-picture facts for each composer. This could be used as a quick overview, a r
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Music In Our Schools Month - E-book With 12 Musical Crafts and 8 Coloring Pages
Travel around the globe and explore world cultures through music!These 12 activities and 8 coloring pages introduce students to a world of music-related fun, from Australian clapsticks to Indian ankle bells and Egyptian rattles. From Andean panpipes to rocking rainsticks and soothing ocean drums, th
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History Of Rock-N-Roll:  A Journey Through The Decades
This Smart Notebook lesson takes students (appropriate for grades 4th-9th) on a musical journey through the decades. Students will begin the unit learning about music from the 1950's and will continue up through present day. The main purpose of this unit is to make students aware of how music has
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World Music Research Project (UPDATED)
This was updated on 6 September 2019! New and improved!Perfect for the upper grades, this World Music Project gives students a chance to become experts on a country of their choice! While researching the music of a specific part of the world, students will gain a better understanding of how differen
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Instruments of India (Mini Course)
From the sound of the sitar to the jingle of ankle bells, exploring the instruments of India is a great way to discover the rich history, culture, languages, religions and traditions of this important region of the world. Discover some of the beautiful and diverse musical instruments (manjira handb
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African thumb piano - make your own!
African thumb piano - make your own! Damon Reinagle takes you step by step, in order to create an African thumb piano. Your students will love you for this one! Drumming and drum beats are essential to the sound of traditional African music. Along with the beat of the drum, the plunking and sometime
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Didgeridoo Mini-Lesson Plus MYO Craft
This mini-lesson introduces you to an instrument that is essential to Australian Aboriginal culture and music. Learn about the origin of the didgeridoo, it’s various names throughout diverse Australian Aboriginal communities, plus a MYO didg craft and playing tips for both beginners and advanced pl
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The Romantic Age - Age of Romanticism
Romanticism was a movement in literature, art, and music that emphasized feeling over thought. It was a reaction against the philosophic notion that human actions were guided by the unchangeable forces of economics, sociology, and physics. Romanticism as a movement was characterized by a longing fo
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Teach Kids About Morocco -- Let's Sing "Arsomo Baba" -- All Around This World
“Teach Kids About Morocco – Let's Sing 'Arsomo Baba'” is a world music lesson about Morocco for kids that uses a simple sing-along to introduce them to North African rhythms and culture. “Arsomo Baba” is a fun song from Morocco about children drawing/painting pictures of their parents in multiple co
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Bullroarer Mini-Lesson Plus MYO Craft
This mini-lesson introduces you to an instrument that is most often associated with Australian Aboriginal culture but is actually found all over the planet. Learn about the spinning and whirring bullroarer, it’s names throughout diverse world cultures, plus a MYO bullroarer craft and ideas for creat
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Greek Chelys (Lyre) Poster and Coloring Page
The chelys was the common lyre of the Ancient Greeks. Made from the shell of a tortoise, it is often pictured being played on many Greek artifacts. This zip file includes a full color mini-poster and a coloring page perfect for any unit on Greece, ancient cultures or music and musical instruments.

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Introduction to New Zealand Lesson
This lesson is part of a series diving into learning about the country of New Zealand. In this lesson students will get a basic introduction to the country and will learn about geography, population, a brief history, the Maori language, food and culture. This includes a presentation, worksheet for s

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