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Bubble Gum Themed BAGE Recorder Stations and Worksheets

Bubble Gum Themed BAGE Recorder Stations and Worksheets
Bubble Gum Themed BAGE Recorder Stations and Worksheets
Bubble Gum Themed BAGE Recorder Stations and Worksheets
Bubble Gum Themed BAGE Recorder Stations and Worksheets
Bubble Gum Themed BAGE Recorder Stations and Worksheets
Bubble Gum Themed BAGE Recorder Stations and Worksheets
Bubble Gum Themed BAGE Recorder Stations and Worksheets
Bubble Gum Themed BAGE Recorder Stations and Worksheets
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This kit contains four different BAGE recorder activities for your students. I use them as part of my Recorder Karate Stations, while I am testing other students. This is the first set I use when some students begin to reach the green belt. These activities could also be used for whole class learning.

Included is:
Color By Note: A Bubble Gum Dispenser worksheet, for your students to color. Each piece of the picture has a B, A, G, or E on it. Students are given directions to color each pitch a specific color. This activity focuses on the notes we are isolating in our recorder playing.
Bubble Gum Fill in the Blank Composition: Students are given the framework for a simple BAGE melody. The repetitive part is already composed for them. They must complete a melody for the missing measures, using BAGE. They must use the given rhythm. They notate their melody with some guidance and practice performing it.
Partner Evaluation: Students have a checklist and provide each other 1 or 2 positive comments and 1 or 2 constructive comments on the song they are working on, letting them know what blows them away about their partner's playing, and feedback that is not intended to "burst their bubble."
Triple Memory Match Up: In this station, students play a memory type game. However, this game requires students to match three cards to have a winning match. The three matching cards must be the pitch notated, the letter name, and the recorder fingering. There are 12 cards for the game, with a set for B, A, G, and E.

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