Use fidget spinners in your music classroom to keep students engaged in music assessment! This set of 23 worksheets are designed to be used with fidget spinners. Although these sheets were designed to be used in workstations, they could also work for individual work.
Here’s what you’ll get:
Spin and Spell (4 treble clef pages, 4 bass clef pages)
These activities were designed to be used in a workstation or as individual work. I would laminate these pages and use dry erase markers with them. If you choose to do them on regular paper with pencils, you could have students omit the part where they record their stats. Students identify pitch names.
Put a Spin on Pitches (1 treble clef page, 1 bass clef page)
The fidget spinner works as a timer for these sheets. Lamination is recommended for these activities as well. Students are given pitch names and are asked to draw the notes on the lines or spaces of the staff.
Spin and Count (4 pages)
Using the fidget spinner as a timer, students give it a spin and complete as many musical math problems as they can.
Spinning Instruments (4 pages)
Students spin the fidget spinner to select an instrument family. Find an instrument in that family and color it according to the key.
Spin an Adventure (5 pages)
Spin the fidget spinner to choose a note or rest. Place that symbol in a path that you’ll read and clap when finished.
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