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**DIGITAL AND PAPER INCLUDED**Around the World Music - Great for Distance Learning Featured in the TpT Newsletter!Music Around the World Unit - Common Core Aligned!Include music and multicultural fun in your classroom! Great Activities for 3rd-7th Grade and Around the World Units! **Update: Now includes GOOGLE CLASSROOM Version for Distance Learning! Please download the new file. Students will learn over 30 different musical instruments from Japan, France, India, Spain, Brazil, Mali (West Africa
Grab this huge set of no prep, no frills, print-and-go music theory worksheets and activities, and you'll have plenty of resources to teach rhythms, music math, notes on the staff, piano keys, music symbols, music vocabulary, time signatures, scales, chords, and a variety of other topics, to budding musicians of any age! Students can now complete these worksheets digitally! In addition to the original PDF download, the worksheets also have an interactive digital layer. Assign the pages in Google
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PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This bulletin board set is a collection of vocabulary posters for your music room designed to guide students as they listen to and discuss music. The set includes 15 musical term posters with additional vocabulary cards for each term and 2 different decorative ribbon titles, all printable in your choice of color or black & white. Each term poster gives a definition as well as questions to get your students thinking about the music and sample vocabulary cards to get the conversation started
This is a collection of over 30 worksheest for guided music listening for grades K-12. They are generic worksheets with writing prompts to prompt students as they listen to whatever piece of music you choose. Each set of worksheets range in difficulty, and are perfect for differentiation! Save $4.00 when you buy this bundled set. This set is a bundle of the following products, please read the full description and see more preview images here: Music Listening Worksheets, Level One Music Listen
Most teachers would agree taking a sick or person day is harder than actually being at work. Writing sub plans and preparing sub tubs and sub binders are so hard, especially in music and other specials! This will be a great activity for your music substitute plans!This is a great sub plan for the non-musical sub! No musical skills required!This is a great print and go plan for K-2. Students will read a book about an orchestra that grows from a solo to a dectet. Students will read a book, lea
Close reading with music is a way to engage your students so they enjoy close reading! Digital version using Google Slides ™ now included for all sets. Music is a way of letting our emotions out and allowing ourselves to express our feelings. Music speaks to people, it inspires people, and it allows people to express themselves…why not teach with music in our classrooms?Close reading with music has so many benefits!• Your students will ENJOY close reading!• Engaging for all students• Deepens com
Close reading with music is a way to engage your students so they enjoy close reading! Save the most money on the TWO VOLUME BUNDLE!The entire resource includes Volume 1 and 2 which includes 72 weeks, 72 songs, 72 question sets with answer keys. Digital version using Google Slides ™ now included on all sets! Music is a way of letting our emotions out and allowing ourselves to express our feelings. Music speaks to people, it inspires people, and it allows people to express themselves…why not te
This Music Escape Room is a twist on the "Escape Room Mania" that has hit the teen (and adult) world in the last few years. Students work as teams to solve mystery codes based using their knowledge of music theory.Students use:Note values (whole, half, quarter, eighth notes & rests)Musical symbols (such as time signature, natural, measure, accent, staff - see preview for details.)Note names (lines, spaces & ledger lines - shows in both treble clef & bass clef)Within the clues, studen
This video game music unit is a great way to engage upper elementary and middle school students and get them composing, listening, analyzing, and thinking about music! Students will learn about videogame composers by watching videos of interviews, analyze music from video games and discuss various aspects of music and sound in video games, and then create their own video game and the music to go with it!Included in this unit:PowerPoint slides, which can be projected on a screen, used on a SmartB
Do you need Elementary music sub plans for your music classroom? These Elementary music sub plans have ready-to-use lesson plans that can be taught by ANY substitute teacher--no musical experience needed! With enough plans for up to 2 weeks, these Elementary music sub plans give you the peace of mind to take a sick day without scrambling to create lesson plans.Lessen your stress and anxiety when you or your family member is sick, and take the day knowing you have Elementary music sub plans that
These coloring sheets of musical instruments of the orchestra are perfect for early finishers and sub plans. They are also a great coloring activity for students needing to wind down.I've just added bonus pages, where students label the instruments in each instrument family (see thumbnail above). April 2, 2018 I've added drum kit by request as well as a recorder, bugle, and flugelhorn. Oct. 20, 2020.These are great worksheets/activities to use and reuse in your substitute plans because you can
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Soundtrack of my Life Elements of Music Analysis Project for Middle School - Printable PDF Packet and Google Slides™ product for Distance LearningThis musical assignment will be sure to engage your students! This resource includes both a ready-to-print package AND a Google slides version of the project. Students will be asked to:Create a playlist of songs that represent themselvesChoose 1 song from their playlist to conduct an in-depth analysis of the elements of musicComplete a written componen
This product contains 120 music lesson plans, 120 “lessons at a glance,” 62 original songs (with sound files), and 1,536 pages of additional resources for kindergarten-5th grade music students. The lessons meet the National Core Arts Music Standards and were designed for both public school teachers and homeschool parents. Each grade level comes with 20 lessons (about 50-60 minutes long) or 40 lessons (for 30-minute classes. Just split each lesson in half).________________________________________
Elementary Music Planning (year long/ K-5) Every music teacher wants to get their year started off on the right track, reviewing where they left off with each grade level and getting new students caught up to speed. From there we hope to stay on track progressing through the musical concepts we have planned for that grade level. During my first semester, I am also planning around a fall or Christmas program for my 3-5th grades. After Christmas Break, the year seems to fly by. I do an all scho
Close reading with music is a way to engage your students so they enjoy close reading! Save Money and Buy the Bundle! Click here.Music is a way of letting our emotions out and allowing ourselves to express our feelings. Music speaks to people, it inspires people, and it allows people to express themselves…why not teach with music in our classrooms?Close reading with music has so many benefits!• Your students will ENJOY close reading!• Engaging for all students• Deepens comprehension• Promotes st
This “Print and Post” bulletin board pack is intended to highlight significant black musicians from around the world and their contributions to the development of music and is great for Black History Month. This poster set highlights one or two artists from jazz, R&B, Rock and Roll, opera, blues, gospel, funk, and calypso because if I made a set to highlight all the significant names it would be never-ending! It was ridiculously difficult to limit this poster set to 25 musicians since the
Follow me on Facebook for the latest news, freebies, and more! >>>> Music With Sara Bibee -------------------------------------------------------------------- Try the Black and White (with handouts) Version or the $$$ Saving Bundle! >>>>> Elements of Music - Anchor Charts - {B/W and Handouts Version} >>>>> Elements of Music - Anchor Charts - {Color and B/W BUNDLED SET} -------------------------------------------------------------------- Open the p
Music Tracing Worksheets Empower your students with these notes, rests and clefs tracing worksheets. These worksheets were designed for your youngest learners and encourage students to draw 12 different music symbols. These worksheets are great for workstations, individual work or your sub tub of lesson plans. These worksheets also work really well if you laminate them! Laminate them and have students use a dry erase marker to practice drawing the symbols. Notes, rests and clefs included:
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Follow me on Facebook for the latest news, freebies, and more! >>>> Music With Sara Bibee------------------Looking for more music worksheet sets? >>> http://bit.ly/2ude7YkBrowse all 'No Prep' resources >>> http://bit.ly/38Dw58c ------------------This is a downloadable PDF file of 30 worksheets to supplement learning in the treble and bass clefs, lines and spaces, and high vs. low. This resource offers a gradual learning process that takes the student step by step
Looking for fun and memorable classroom rules that will stick with your kids all year long? These are perfect! I used 5 songs to use as classroom rules this school year! The rules: "RESPECT" yourself, teachers, classmates, & materials. (Aretha Franklin) "Stop! Collaborate & Listen" when your teachers and classmates are talking.(Vanilla Ice) "Don't Stop Believing" (Never give up!) Journey "Are You Ready for It?" (Come prepared for class!) Taylor Swift "We're All in this Together" (Work
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2nd - 12th
This set of 28 worksheets is designed to help your students practice identifying and notating lines and spaces in treble and bass clefs.It includes all of the worksheets from these files (click on individual file to see more info about each one):Lines and SpacesTreble Note Names Worksheet PackBass Note Names Worksheet PackYour feedback brightens my day! Please let me know what you think by leaving a comment below!
Follow me on Facebook for the latest news, freebies, and more! >>>>> Music With Sara Bibee---------------------------------------------------------------Click Here for Other Halloween ResourcesClick Here for More Guided Listening Units---------------------------------------------------------------This activity is great for the days leading up to Halloween or anytime you want to discuss the power of music over frightening moods!Check out the preview file to see all presentation sli
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2nd - 12th, Higher Education
Use this two-day poetry lesson to help your students connect modern music/song lyrics to classic poetry. On the first day, students will compare and contrast the song, “Stereo Hearts,” by Gym Class Heroes, to Robert Burns’ classic poem, “A Red, Red Rose.” Both poems use simile and metaphor to describe the feeling of falling in love. On the second day, students will compare and contrast The Script’s song, “Breakeven,” with Edmund Spenser’s “Sonnet 30,” as both works discuss the paradox of emotion
Most teachers would agree taking a sick or person day is harder than actually being at work. Writing sub plans and preparing sub tubs and sub binders are so hard, especially in music and other specials!This is a great sub plan for the non-musical sub! No musical skills required!This is a great print and go plan for K-2. Students will read a book about a little boy who performs on instruments and then destroys them till he realizes he wants be a conductor. Students will listen to a recording o

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