Music Resources (MEGA-BUNDLE) Set #2

Music Resources (MEGA-BUNDLE) Set #2
Music Resources (MEGA-BUNDLE) Set #2
Music Resources (MEGA-BUNDLE) Set #2
Music Resources (MEGA-BUNDLE) Set #2
Music Resources (MEGA-BUNDLE) Set #2
Music Resources (MEGA-BUNDLE) Set #2
Music Resources (MEGA-BUNDLE) Set #2
Music Resources (MEGA-BUNDLE) Set #2
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This product contains 1,392 pages of resources for K-5th grade music students! The resources include PowerPoint presentations, worksheets, posters, word wall cards (that rhyme!), interactive rhythm flash cards, 62 original songs (with notation and sound files), and much more! Click on the preview to view over 60 pages from this set.


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Music Resources (MEGA-BUNDLE)

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Music Lesson Plans (Grades K-5)

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★Each grade comes with several original songs and warm-ups. Notation (including piano accompaniment) for the songs as well as MP3 sound files are included in this product! The piano accompaniment for each song requires beginner to moderate skill level. The sound files include both full score and accompaniment only. They were recorded using music notation software and do not include human voices singing the melody (the pitches of the melody are played by various instruments such as clarinet and flute).

Extra Materials Needed:
✓A projector is required to use the PowerPoint presentations.
✓A Smart Board is not required but is helpful when utilizing portions of this resource. If you do not have a Smart Board in your classroom, simply allow students to click the mouse at your computer to view interactive features throughout the resource (some pages include clickable objects).
✓Several of the grades contain PowerPoint presentations that introduce students to common classroom instruments. These instruments include: rhythm sticks, maracas, guiros, sand blocks, hand drums, cabasas, conga drums, djembes, tambourines, triangles, cow bells, castanets, finger cymbals, and bongo drums. If you do not have these instruments in your classroom, these pages are a great way to introduce students to instruments they would otherwise have no exposure to
✓ For Rhythm Judo (5th Grade), students can use rhythm or drum sticks to play the rhythms on buckets or drums. If you do not have these materials, students can use their hands and play on chairs or the floor!
✓ 3 of the songs and corresponding PowerPoint presentations were designed to be used with xylophones or other similar instruments. If you do not own xylophones, metallophones, or other similar instruments, you will have to omit these songs or allow students to play them on other pitched instruments.
✓ Other materials needed to implement these lessons include: recorders (for 4th grade), colored pencils, plastic sandwich bags, file folders, non-pitched percussion instruments of your choice, paper clips or clothespins, scissors, dice, a brown bag, two small different colored balls, popsicle sticks, pennies, a button, and one stringed instrument of your choice (examples include a guitar, ukulele, or violin)

★PowerPoint files come in both PDF and PowerPoint formats. All printables come in PDF. This product is not editable.



INCLUDED IN THE KINDERGARTEN RESOURCES:
★195 Pages of Kindergarten Resources (PowerPoint presentations, original song notation, posters, worksheets, word wall cards, and more!)
★Examples of resources included:
--6 original songs and 2 original warm-ups (Any songs that were designed to go with a circle game include instructions for how to play the game)
--Music word wall cards that rhyme
--PowerPoint presentations introducing concepts such as rhythm vs. beat, the four voices, musical opposites, symbols such as quarter notes and eighth notes, and instruments such as rhythm sticks, maracas, sand blocks, and hand drums
--PowerPoint presentation and listening glyphs to help students learn about music from the 1920’s
--Two music freeze dance games
--Worksheets to help students identify and draw quarter notes, eighth notes, and quarter rests
And much more!
-Instructions Page
Concepts these resources could help you teach or reinforce include (but are not limited to):
Sing with accurate pitch
Play classroom instruments with appropriate technique
Identify and perform beat vs. no beat
Identify and perform beat vs. rhythm of the words
Identify and perform the four types of voices (speak, whisper, sing, shout)
Identify and perform musical opposites: Fast/Slow, Loud/Soft, High/Low, Long/Short
Introduction to Musical Symbols such as the note
Identify quarter note/rest, two eighth notes, and one eighth note
Compose rhythms using icons
Listen and describe music from the 1920’s
Perform appropriately for an audience and respond to feedback



INCLUDED IN THE 1ST GRADE RESOURCES:
★233 Pages of first grade resources (PowerPoint presentations, original song notation, posters, worksheets, word wall cards, and more!)
★Examples of resources included:
--6 original songs and 2 original warm-ups (Any songs that were designed to go with a circle game include instructions for how to play the game)
--Music word wall cards that rhyme
--PowerPoint presentations introducing concepts such as tempo, dynamics, pitch, instrument families, the life and music of Duke Ellington, interactive rhythm cards, and more!
--PowerPoint presentation and listening glyphs to help students learn about music from the 1930’s
--Printable rhythm flash cards along with pictures and instructions for how to put them together
--Other printables including worksheets to practice drawing quarter notes/rests and eighth notes, rhythm icon composition activity, listening glyphs, writing prompts, and lyric sheets
--And much more!

Concepts these resources could help you teach or reinforce include (but are not limited to):
Sing with accurate pitch
Play classroom instruments with appropriate technique
Perform rhythms using iconic notation
Identify incorrect rhythms using iconic notation
Draw quarter notes, quarter rests, and eighth notes
Perform rhythms consisting of quarter notes, quarter rests, and eighth notes
Listen and describe music from the 1930’s
Perform rhythms in standard notation using rhythm syllables
Demonstrate piano and forte dynamics
Demonstrate presto and largo tempos
Identify and describe a famous African American composer (Duke Ellington)
Demonstrate high and low pitches
Listen and identify a melody
Identify members of the string, woodwind, brass, and percussion instrument families



INCLUDED IN THE 2ND GRADE RESOURCES
★230 pages of 3rd grade resources (PowerPoint presentations, original song notation, posters, worksheets, word wall cards, and more!)
★Examples of resources included:
--6 original songs and 2 original warm-ups
All of the original songs include piano accompaniment. The piano accompaniment for each song requires beginner to moderate skill level. Sound files are included for each song and are in MP3 format. Recordings include both full score and accompaniment only. They were recorded using music notation software and do not include human voices singing the melody (the pitches of the melody are played by various instruments such as clarinet and flute).
--Music word wall cards that rhyme
--PowerPoint presentations introducing concepts such as how to perform half notes and half rests, understanding bar lines and measures, 4/4 time signature, identifying the lines and spaces on the staff, strong versus weak beats, melodic direction (steps, skips, and leaps), the life and music of Billie Holiday, interactive rhythm cards, and more!
--PowerPoint presentations and listening glyphs to help students learn about music from the 1940’s
--Printable rhythm flash cards along with pictures and instructions for how to put them together
--Other printables including worksheets to practice drawing half notes/rest and whole notes/rests, rhythm composition activity, lines and spaces game board, and writing prompts
--And much more!

Concepts these resources could help you teach or reinforce include (but are not limited to):
Sing with accurate pitch
Play classroom instruments with appropriate technique
Read music in standard notation containing bar lines, double bar lines, and repeat signs
Read music in 4/4 time signature
Identify measures containing and incorrect number of beats
Perform music using strong and weak beats
Tell the difference between line and space notes
Identify the names of the lines and spaces on the staff
Identify steps, skips, and leaps in a melody
Analyze the contour of a melody
Compose a two-measure rhythm in 4/4 time
Compose a melody consisting of two pitches
Identify and perform half notes/rests and whole notes/rests
Listen and describe music from the 1940’s
Identify and describe a famous African American composer (Billie Holiday)



INCLUDED IN THE 3RD GRADE RESOURCES:
★250 pages of 3rd grade resources (PowerPoint presentations, original song notation, posters, worksheets, word wall cards, and more!)
★Examples of resources included:
--10 original songs and 2 original warm-ups
--Music word wall cards that rhyme
--PowerPoint presentations introducing concepts such as the how to perform Ti-Tika, identifying high and low on a xylophone, 3/4 time signature, interactive rhythm cards, the life and music of Charlie Parker, and more!
--PowerPoint presentations and listening glyphs to help students learn about music from the 1950’s
--Printable rhythm flash cards along with pictures and instructions for how to put them together
--Other printables including ostinato worksheets, file folder games, listening glyphs, music baseball game board and scorecard, printable music storybook, and writing prompts
--And much more!
Concepts these resources could help you teach or reinforce include (but are not limited to):
Sing partner songs with accurate pitch
Play classroom Orff instruments with appropriate technique
Identify and perform Ti-ka Ti-ka
Identify and respond to binary and ternary form
Add note values together
Read music containing systems, braces, and brackets
Compose an ostinato in 4/4 time using standard notation
Listen and describe music from the 1950’s
Identify and describe a famous African American composer (Charlie Parker)
Perform appropriately for an audience and respond to teacher feedback



INCLUDED IN THE 4TH GRADE RESOURCES:
★227 pages of 4th grade resources (PowerPoint presentations, original song notation, posters, worksheets, word wall cards, and more!)
★Examples of resources included:
--8 original songs and 1 original warm-up
--1 original cup routine to accompany one of the songs
--Music word wall cards that rhyme
--PowerPoint presentations introducing concepts such as how to play the recorder, syncopation, 6/8 time signature, harmony vs. melody, interactive rhythm cards, and more!
--PowerPoint presentations and listening glyphs to help students learn about music from the 1960’s
--Printable rhythm flash cards along with pictures and instructions for how to put them together
--1 file folder game
--Composition worksheets, writing prompts, and a rhythm cootie catcher!
--And much more!
Concepts these resources could help you teach or reinforce include (but are not limited to):
Sing with accurate pitch
Sing with accurate pitch in 2-part harmony
Play the recorder with appropriate technique
Identify and perform dynamics: pianissimo, piano, mezzo-piano, mezzo-forte, forte, and fortissimo
Identify and perform dotted quarter notes and syncopa
Read music containing 1st and 2nd Endings
Compose a melody in 3/4 and 4/4 time using standard notation
Listen and describe music from the 1960’s
Identify and describe a famous African American composer
Perform appropriately for an audience and respond to peer feedback



INCLUDED IN THE 5TH GRADE RESOURCES:
★235 pages of 5th grade resources (PowerPoint presentations, original song notation, posters, worksheets, word wall cards, and more!)
★Examples of resources included:
--15 original songs and 2 original warm-ups
--9 original rhythm pieces and piano accompaniments for a program called Rhythm Judo. Rhythm Judo is a program in which students attempt to learn and master nine short rhythm pieces or “belts.” New rhythms are added in each piece, and the difficulty increases as students progress through the program. Students can play these pieces during bucket drumming units, on chairs, drums, or even the floor! This is also comes with progress and class list charts, a poster on how to learn a song independently, and a student award sheet.
--Music word wall cards that rhyme
--PowerPoint presentations introducing concepts such as the elements of music, triplets, ti-tika, cut time signature, interactive rhythm cards, how to find math in music, and more!
--PowerPoint presentations and listening glyphs to help students learn about music from the 1970’s
--Printable rhythm flash cards along with pictures and instructions for how to put them together
--Pinterest profile, research page, and writing prompts to help students learn about a famous African American composer (Bobby McFerrin)
--Goofy sentence composing worksheets, instrument family posters,
--And much more!
Concepts these resources could help you teach or reinforce include (but are not limited to):
Sing with accurate pitch
Sing with accurate pitch in two-part harmony
Perform music with expression using good diction
Play classroom instruments with appropriate technique
Identify and perform triplets and ti-tika
Learn rhythms independently without help from the teacher
Create an equation out of a rhythm
Read music containing D.S. al coda
Identify the elements of music and how they are used to create variations
Compose a melody and lyrics in 4/4 time using standard notation
Listen and describe music from the 1970’s
Identify and describe a famous African American composer (Bobby McFerrin)
Perform appropriately for an audience and respond to peer feedback



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