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Teaching music without any experience or training? YOU CAN DO THIS.Anyone can teach music effectively even if:You don't have any music experienceYou don't have any instruments, textbooks or fancy equipmentYou don't have time to plan elaborate lessonsMusic-By-Month is a low-frills-but-high-quality mu
Both in person and virtual musicians will have a blast with these spring ostinatos. With simple rhythm patterns using quarter notes, quarter rests, and eighth notes, even the earliest of musicians will have fun. For slightly more experienced musicians, add pitched percussion instruments such as xy
Both in person and virtual musicians will have a blast with these SUMMER ostinatos. With simple rhythm patterns using quarter notes, quarter rests, and eighth notes, even the earliest of musicians will have fun. For slightly more experienced musicians, add pitched percussion instruments such as xylo
This will be a perfect activity for the last week of school with your students! It includes 5 sets of ostinatos with text, rhythm, rhythmic instrument, and melody with matching melodic instrument. The melodic parts can also be used for practicing singing and signing pentatonic melodies. These can
This Valentine's Day-themed activity set focuses on pitch reading and performing. Students will demonstrate knowledge of reading a pitch staff and/or treble clef through vocal and instrument activities. All activities in this product are based on the song "I Got a Letter This Morning" using la pen
In this Google Slide game, your students will practice melodic part work in this fun and interactive game. Students will need to work together to assemble the hearts. One half will have a melody to perform while the other half will have an ostinato. Put the two parts together to create the perfect V
Grades:
1st - 8th
Are you looking for a Kodály music reading song to teach and practice Do Re Mi? Hot Cross Buns with rhythmic Orff ostinato provides the perfect performance activities engaging your students in singing, reading ICONIC and STANDARD notation, solfege, and treble clef note names. Differentiation options
"Easter Surprise!" is an adorable Easter poem (author unknown) set to 4 different original melodies. It can be great practice for so-mi, la, do, and re. You will receive each of the following: * Stick notation and solfege for the song for each of the 4 melodic levels: so-mi, la, do, and pentatonic
This original arrangement of a folk song encompasses a wide variety of instrumentation based on a simple Sol La Sol Rest melodic phrase. The composition allows you to use whatever instruments are available to you to give students practice performing simple melodies and layered ostinati. Vocals, bell
Grades:
K - 3rd
Composition Cards - Melodic composition seamlessly linked to its rhythmic counterpart! Have students compose with melodic cards, beat by beat. Use the cards for dictation as well! Level I set includes the following - CONTENTS: Time Signatures 2/4 4/4 Melodic & Rhythmic Mi, So, La (G,
Grades:
1st - 2nd
Need a fun way to practice melodic and rhythmic concepts, as well as review with your second graders what they've learned over the course of the year? This set includes five games to help practice concepts at the end of the second grade year!SUMMER FUN REVIEW {SECOND GRADE}Includes interactive PDF a
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2nd - 4th
Need a fun way to practice melodic and rhythmic concepts, as well as review with your third graders what they've learned over the course of the year? This set includes five games to help practice concepts at the end of the third grade year!SUMMER FUN REVIEW {THIRD GRADE}Includes interactive PDF and
Grades:
3rd - 5th
Need a fun way to practice melodic and rhythmic concepts, as well as review with your third graders what they've learned over the course of the year? This set includes five games to help practice concepts at the end of the third grade year!SUMMER FUN REVIEW {FOURTH GRADE}Includes interactive PDF and
Grades:
4th - 6th
Looking for fun ways to practice rhythmic and melodic concepts with your first graders? With four songs, two chants, and lots of fun, colorful visuals, this product includes: *"Lemonade": song, game directions, sol-mi writing worksheet specifically for the song, and interactive powerpoint labeling
Teach a variety of content, including 6/8 meter, ostinato, form, rondo, pitched and non-pitched percussion, and composition in this “chilly” rhythm rap. Includes suggestions for a variety of flexible lesson options including melodic and instrument applications, science connections, using with specia
This word wall includes the following categories and words: Harmony: Drone, Ostinato, Chord, Round, Canon, Partner Songs Melody: High, Low, Melodic Contour, Step, Skip, leap, Pitch, Solfege, Pentatonic, Scale, Major, Minor Form: Phrase, AB, ABA, Rondo (ABACADA), Introduction, Coda, Interlude, Theme
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PreK - 8th
Offer unlimited possibilities by inviting students to compose an 8-beat rhythmic ostinato. This flexible worksheet allows for multiple types of rhythms to be used. You may provide cards for students to choose from to scaffold the creation of a composition, or have them create their own cards or rhyt
Grades:
1st - 12th
A musical way to teach expectations in the Music Room! Use rhythmic and melodic ostinatos to reinforce the expectations of Make Good Choices, Use Kind Words, Show Respect, Involve Yourself and Care for our Room and our Instruments.
This unit is designed to help Grade 3 students learn to compose/improvise melodic ostinati using an arrangement based on Dennis Lee's poem "Mississauga Rattlesnakes."
A bluesy, modern sounding swing tune with lots of room to explore the melodic minor sound. These charts are written from the perspective of a working jazz musician, initially intended for a jazz quartet or quintet with saxophones and/or trumpet with rhythm section. All efforts have been made to pre
Grades:
8th - 12th
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EVERYONE is invited to play in these reindeer games!!! These games will work perfectly for practicing melodic and rhythmic elements while you’re in the holiday season. They’re guaranteed to keep children engaged and learning while spirits are high! Not only can you use these for practice you and a
Possible Uses: • introduction to pentatonic melody writing • add more complex rhythms with practice • introduction/reinforcement of rhythmic and melodic patterning • exploring intervals, e.g., melodies with intervals no larger than a third • play melodies on keyboard, recorders, xylophones • add ost
I put a new spin on this beloved song and gave it a Valentine's day look. Although the melodic content is accessible for younger students (it uses only the pitches mi, so, and la) older students will enjoy playing this song on the recorder and adding a simple orff accompaniment. Rhythms in the son
Grades:
2nd - 5th
These anchor charts feature three basic types of rhythms that we talk about in our music classes:Steady BeatOstinatoMelodic RhythmUse these charts to help students learn the characteristics of each rhythm type.

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