Free for a limited time! After investing 100's of hours creating this comprehensive math resource, my greatest desire is to see it well used! Over the next year, this resource will be redesigned and expanded into multiple smaller lesson units and reposted. This is a great opportunity to get the complete package deal for free!
Energize and excite your students with this highly interactive comprehensive power point on math and music integration, based on the new Common Core Essential Standards for Math and Music. Although designed for the music professional, this would be a valuable resource for any classroom teacher. This would also be useful as a leadership tool for a professional development seminar for teachers on math and music. This 345 page power point is a multi-faceted instructional tool designed to guide students in exploration of the deep relationship between math and music. Pacing within this resource is non linear-teachers can move easily from one activity to another with hyperlinks. Rich with additional links, animations, resources, and student hand outs, the following is an outline of volume one of the program:
1. Music and Math Quotes.
2. Music and Math Advocacy and Music Education video clip links
3. Math Common Core Curriculum Maps and Pacing Guides K-5
4. Music Activities for teaching math in the regular class room.
a. Rhythm Hops active excercise motion music and math
b. Music in Our World: Research and Data Processing using Decibel Level and Dynamics
c. Counting Using Beats
5. Math Songs: Links to Web Sites with math songs.
6. Rhythm, Beat, and Meter
a. Overview and Vocabulary
b. Steady Beat Activities
c. Counting Beats
d. Note and Rest Names, Name flash Cards
e. The Alligator Motion Game for Beat Duration and Motion
f. How the Beats Got Their Names: Fractions and Pizza
g. More Counting Beats using Hearts, multiplication of 4, 8, 16, 32, grouping concepts.
h. Meter using hearts/strong and weak beats
i. Time Signature Flash Cards
j. Compound Meter 6 /8, 9/8 12/8 time
k. Beat Values
l. Dotted Rhythms
m. Complete Chart of How to Make 1 beat.
n. 7 Steps to Good Rhythmic Sight Reading
o. Rhythmic Reading Flash Cards in 4 4 Time: Quarter Notes and Quarter Rests
p. Complimentary Rhythms for boom whackers or Orff, using quarters or rests.
q. Rhythm Flashcards using math combinations and permutation formula
8. Pitch, Frequency, and Scale Degrees, ratio
9. Tempo, time, speed
10. Melodic Patterning
Through Music, Math is Made Alive! Thanks for looking at this resource, Rachael Lewis
Math is Music Alive Vol 1: Common Core Math in the Music Classroom by Rachael Lewis is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.