We Are the Music Makers: a HUGE Set of Visual Aides and Classroom Systems

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We are the Music Makers! We are the Dreamers of Dreams! And with this set your students will have visual aides that remind them and help them achieve their musical abilities.

This set is huge!! Because the files are so large, there is a link on the TOU document to a Dropbox Zip File from where the purchaser can download the high resolution version of all the files!

This set includes:

** Main Bulletin board with 7 different colored banners and music verbs:

We Sing

We Play

We Read

We Write

We Move

We Dance

We Express

We Work Together

We Listen

We Compose

We Improvise

We Blend Voices

We Create

And More!

** Singing Bulletin board, with 7 different colored banners and singing verbs

"We Stand Tall"

"We Begin Together"

"We Sing on Vowels"

"We Sound All Consonants"

"We Sing With Expression"

"We Listen"

"We Match Pitch"

"We Sing Lightly"

"We Sing with Air Support"

"We Sing With Good Posture"

"We End Together"

"We Sing With Others"

"We Sing Individually"

And more!

** Instruments bulletin board, with 7 different colored banners (two different options for wording), full and quarter sized instrument pictures

** MUSIC behavior signs:

M-Make good choices

U-Use your manners

S- Speak when it’s your turn and listen when it’s not

I-Involve yourself in activities

C- Care for people and property

** Music notation posters- large and small posters of musical notations, dynamics and tempo markings

** Recorder posters:

Finger charts

How to Play the Recorder posters:

Use “warm” air

Use “soft” air

Use “warm” or “soft” air

Left hand on top

Right hand in place (right thumb behind the 4th hole)

Start the sound with “doo”

Start the sound with “too”

Cover the holes eaks=squeaks

Start and end with the group

How to Practice the Recorder posters

Slow it down

Figure out the form of the music. What’s alike? What’s similar? What’s different?

Work on the parts you can NOT play, not just the parts you CAN play

Don’t always start at the beginning

Keep a steady beat

Clap the rhythms

Sing it on solfa

Sing it on letter names

Say the letter names while fingering the notes

** Behavior management forms:

Positive behavior forms

“I hit a few wrong notes in music” in class and send home forms

** Wristbands for positive reinforcement, concert reminder and recorder $ due

** 7 different colored Hand sign posters

** 7 different colored Body Sign posters, with two different body sign systems (one that I know and one that friends that went to Capital University use)

** 7 different colored Objective and Learning target posters

** Levels of classroom work posters

** Levels of understanding posers

** Note value posters

** 7 different colored binder covers, pages and matching side binders for 1 inch binders (includes MANY different subject areas including sub binder, lesson, yearly, curricular plans, grade levels, collaboration, Kodály, Orff, Dalcroze, Workshop notes, meeting notes, Choir, Band, Orchestra and MANY MORE!)

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