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Composing Music: engage your students in creating - Bloom’s highest level of cognitive learning. This resource is also available in a digital version for use with Google Slides™CLICK HERE This 32 page PDF file contains:♦ TEN music composition worksheets for middle school musicians! ♦ TEN music comp
Write on!!! That's what you're students will be doing in these fun, interactive PDF games. Using the PDFs, the students will use the included worksheets or writing manipulatives of your choise to write the melodies they see. For each of the following concepts are four games: one in stick notatati
Grades:
1st - 5th
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
►This resource is meant to be used with Google Slides™ and can be assigned inside a Music Google Classroom™; perfect for distance learning.Composing Music: engage your students in creating - Bloom’s highest level of cognitive learning.This 32 page PDF file contains:♦ TEN music composition worksheets
This WACKY “Write-the-Room” scavenger hunt BUNDLE will be a favorite of your students! It is a great way to practice MELODIES in the month of March, celebrating Dr. Seuss and Read Across America Day on March 2! Just print, cut, (and laminate, if possible) each of the flashcards. Also copy the st
These are a collection of 6 basic chord progressions in G major, using chords I, IV, V, and I written for any similar treble clef instruments (e.g., recorders, xylophones, marimbas). There is an added percussion line with 3 instruments, e.g., bass drum, snare drum, and triangle. These can be modifie
This is a great blank manuscript paper for beginners to write simple melodies. Four lines for three measures each. Treble clef already on the first line so students can copy on the rest of the lines. Students can add their own time signatures, tempo, dynamics and even their own lyrics.
Possible Uses: introduction to chord-based melody writing and passing note rules simple eighth note passing note expectations builds on melodies created without passing notes to allow students to hear the ‘bare bones’ of chord-based melodies, then with passing notes exercise to hear, then circle pas
A collection of printables to teach writing the classic folk song Hot Cross Buns. The simple me - re - doh song, also a clear example of AABA form. Why not use the song as a performance piece on percussion or recorder? Provide your students with the opportunity to improvise a new B section while the
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Grades:
4th
A collection of printable resources that can be used to teach writing soh - me - doh on the staff. This antique piece of music is still an excellent example of this tone set. Once the students have practised writing the music they could easily play it on tuned percussion. Ask them to experiment with
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Grades:
3rd - 4th
Cards are formatted in the style of the RCM Level 8 Remote Exam melody writing question. Students create a contrasting period by dragging and dropping measures into the question and answer phrases. The deck inlcudes 10 cards.Please note: This is not a printable resource. This download will give you
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Not Grade Specific
Perfect for St. Patrick's Day! This Luck of the Irish MEGA BUNDLE is a set of 13 write-the-room scavenger hunt games. It includes 8 rhythmic and 5 melodic games/levels for March, to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day. They are sure to be a pot of gold for your students. Just print (and laminate, if pos
Cards are formatted in the style of the RCM Level 5 Remote Exam melody writing question. Students create a parallel period by dragging and dropping measures into the answer phrase. The deck inlcudes 10 cards.Please note: This is not a printable resource. This download will give you a PDF that will l
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
This WACKY “Write-the-Room” scavenger hunt game will be a favorite of your students! It is a great way to practice MELODIES in the month of March, celebrating Dr. Seuss and Read Across America Day on March 2! Just print, cut, (and laminate, if possible) each of the flashcards. Also copy the student
This is a step-by-step guide on how to write a good melody. There are 5 pages with new rules and a new set of blank measures to write a melody applying the new concepts. This is intended to spread across 5 lessons. These are written for high school level and above, unless you have a really ambiti
Grades:
7th - 12th, Adult Education
Chapter Five from Music Theory the ibook by Meagan Matthews, edited to PDF for easy printing for classroom use. Covers melody writing up to a four bar response in line with the Irish Junior Cert Curriculum but appropriate for any student of Music Theory. It includes passing notes, auxiliary notes, c
Grades:
7th - 10th
Perfect for Fall Fun - Apple of My Eye!This apple-themed “Write-the-Room” scavenger hunt is sure to be a favorite in your classroom. Just print, cut, (and laminate, if possible) each of the melodic flashcards. Also copy the student pages - one for each student. Scatter and hide the melodic flashc
Are you looking for a fun way to practice reading and writing sol and mi on the staff? This scaffolded SMART Board lesson uses the songs Star Light and See Saw to help students read and notate sol and mi. This file is a SMART Notebook file and requires SMART Notebook software. This file includes: 1.
This Resource is taken from Steps into Leaving Cert Music which is written to include detailed notes and exercises on the Irish Leaving Cert Music Syllabus. Chapter 1 includes detailed examples and practise for Melody Writing. Chapter 1: A 12 bar melodic response to a given 4 bar melody including a
The Melody Task Cards are constructed to make students aware of how to approach understanding the melodic line contour of a musical phrase or line. By writing melodies, students learn how to make choices in music, not being afraid, and exercising creative courage. These cards work well as paired or
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Not Grade Specific
Perfect for Fall Fun - Apple of My Eye!This apple-themed “Write-the-Room” scavenger hunt is sure to be a favorite in your classroom. Just print, cut, (and laminate, if possible) each of the melodic flashcards. Also copy the student pages - one for each student. This level is written on a 3-line st
Perfect for Fall Fun - Apple of My Eye!This apple-themed “Write-the-Room” scavenger hunt is sure to be a favorite in your classroom. Just print, cut, (and laminate, if possible) each of the melodic flashcards. Also copy the student pages - one for each student. This level is written on a 3-line st
Scavenger Hunt—In like a lion, out like a lamb This “March” themed “Write the Room” activity allows your students to practice their melodic reading skills in an active, get up and go scavenger hunt game. A variety of melodic reading cards, featuring adorable March themed images such as lambs and l
Scavenger Hunt—In like a lion, out like a lamb This “March” themed “Write the Room” activity allows your students to practice their melodic reading skills in an active, get up and go scavenger hunt game. A variety of melodic reading cards, featuring adorable March themed images such as lambs and l

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