MUSIC: Note Drills Game - Monsters Edition [PIANO/BOOMWHACKERS]
Welcome to Monsters Music Academy! Teaching students how to read music can be tedious. It doesn't have to be, these 104 slides will teach students how to identify the notes [C,D,E,F,G,A,B] in an engaging way. Each monster represents a
This is the perfect pair of monstrous rhythmic reading activities for 2nd grade and higher.
First, use the Monster Rhythms-Level 1 to practice reading and playing the rhythms. Once students are proficient, they will be ready for an exciting game of Monster Rhythms-Poisoned Rhythms.
Students will love honing their rhythmic reading skills as they play a game and seek to outwit the silly monsters! They must avoid playing the poisoned rhythm, or else they will lose their instrument.
No worries, though! Set up 3-4 levels of instrument groups, and students simply move to the next
Go paperless with these no print Boom Task Card sets of So-Mi Bottle Cap Staff. Students listen to the pattern (recording of vibraphone) then slide the bottle caps (a.k.a. chips) into the correct places on the staff. Once done building they check their answer by clicking on "submit." If the answer i
Go paperless with these no print Boom Task Card sets of Treble Clef Bottle Cap Staff. Students read the line/space number, letter or word needed then slide the bottle caps (a.k.a. chips) into the correct places on the staff. Once done building they check their answer by clicking on "submit." If the
Go paperless with these no print Boom Task Card regarding fingerings on the soprano recorder. These sets will help your students in recognizing and differentiating between the notes and commonly confused fingerings. Students read the note/pitch (either in letter form or on the staff) then slide the