Looking for a way to incorporate centers or workstations in your music classroom? Try this Mega bundle of activities. It includes elements of music activities, music notation activities, listening logs and instrument listening activities. This range of activities was designed for my elementary music students. The bundle includes 13 different centers you can use in your rotations. See details on there stations below. Buy this as a bundle rather than separately for major savings!
The following centers are included:
ELEMENTS OF MUSIC LISTENING LOGS
It includes graphic organisers, listening glyphs, writing prompts and guided responses. There are 30 different types of varying difficultly.
DYNAMICS COLORING BOOK
Want a way to practice reviewing dynamics? This set includes 24 different dynamic coloring sheets. The set instructs students to color pictures coded with the following symbols: pp, p, mp, mf, f and ff. The sheets are differentiated to include both symbol matching only (purple = p) and matching the Italian term to the symbol (eg. pianissimo= purple = p) Each sheet includes a name of the composer and a fun fact about that composer.
ORCHESTRAL SPLAT WITH LISTENING EXAMPLES
SPLAT is a fast paced game that your students are sure to love again and again! Use this game to assess students understanding of the orchestral family. Students can use the game to practice identifying visually the instruments from the family, or practice identifying them aurally.This is a center for 3 or more students. It can be played as a class, with small groups. Accompanying the pack are 28 listening files composed specifically for this kit.
JENGA NOTATING MUSIC NOTES
his version has 46 cards to help students to review treble clef notes, bass clef notes and ledger line notes.All you need is a Jenga set and off you go. Set up the game as usual with the playing cards face down. Play the game following the normal Jenga rules, except that when a student successfully pulls out a block, he or she must draw the note on the provided stave paper.
ELEMENTS OF MUSIC LISTENING BINGO GAME
This is a bingo game where the students have to listen to short musical sound clips and match them to the pictures of these instruments on their bingo cards. The package 32 different listening opposites bingo cards. Including: High Vs Low, Forte Vs Piano, Major Vs Minor, Staccato Vs Legato, Long notes Vs Short notes, 3/4 - 4/4 - 2/4, Allegro Vs Largo Vs Andante, Strong beat Vs Weak Beat, Thick Vs thin.
ELEMENTS OF MUSIC FLIPBOOK
This flip book is an easy way to review the elements of music with your students. Each of the tabs contains important vocabulary for the elements of music. Now the students have a reference guide right at their fingertips.
JENGA NOTE IDENTIFICATION
This version has 42 cards to help students to review treble clef notes, bass clef notes and ledger line notes. All you need is a Jenga set and off you go. Set up the game as usual with the playing cards face down. Play the game following the normal Jenga rules, except that when a student successfully pulls out a block, he or she must draw a card and correctly identify the note.
KABOOM RHYTHM GAME
Interested in a highly engaging and fun revision game for class? Want a new, exciting way to practice naming notes and rests, clapping rhythms and identifying time signatures? Try Kaboom! This is a fun, addictive, and never-ending game to use in your centers to reinforce and practice rhythms with a variety of note values and rests. The students have so much fun waiting to see who will draw the KABOOM card that they forget they are learning and practicing their music skills!
MONSTER SWIPE LEDGER LINE GAME
An energetic and fun way to review and revise LEDGER LINES for both the TREBLE and BASS clef.
TIME SIGNATURE DETECTIVE
Need a way to practice time signatures and measures of music? In Rime signature detective students race each other to match measures of rhythms and rests to the correct time signature. The game includes beginning level rhythms including quarter notes, eighth notes, and quarter rest and slightly more advanced rhythms that contain half notes, dotted notes and sixteenth notes in 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4 and 6/4.
TREBLE AND BASS CLEF DOMINOES
This Bass/Treble clef note name dominoes game is intended to review and/or reinforce reading notes directly on the Bass/Treble clef staff. The dominoes review both notes on the stave lines and ledger lines.
BATTLESHIP NOTE VALUES
Students can practice names of their notes and their values by playing this fun game based off of the classic battleship. Students will hide their own penguin sailors on their coordinate plane, and then try to find their opponent’s sailors before all of their sailors are captured.
TWISTER TREBLE AND BASS CLEF GAME
Want a fun and active way to review notes? Try Twister! Great for stave mats or alternatively you can make your own!
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