A collection of music appreciation student response pages♫ Listening journals are an extremely flexible class room activity i.e. they can be used any time of the day; the beginning of a lesson to calm and focus students or to fill in the last 10-20 minutes of a lesson. ♫ The questions on the respons
This activity is a great way to practice writing a rhythmic composition in rondo form with a partner! Both students work together to create an "A" section, using any rhythms/time signatures as specified by the teacher. Then, one partner creates the "B" section individually and the other partner crea
Halloween Recorder - Recorder Sheet Music
This song is transcribed in the key of C major. The notes used are E, G, A, B and C.
Listen/ download the preview-mp3. It's the melody.
It's mostly in quarter notes with just a few half notes, so it makes a great note review. There's a pickup measure and o
Mystery Message games are fun and engaging word search activities, with an added bonus - the letters remaining after all words have been found spell a secret message that students can fill in at the bottom! Great for introducing new topics, learning new words, developing vocab lists, or leaving for
Whether it's in a general music appreciation class or an ensemble classroom, this is a great guide to help students learn about some basic music theory. Including both simple rhythms and pitches, there is a lot of musical terminology that students should be able to describe when it's seen in a song.