This is just a cute version of my seven elements of music. I tried to word everything as kid-friendly as I could.
Here are a few ideas for use of this product:
1. You could cut out and then you can mount them on colorful construction paper/card
This is a musical listening guide that I use with my 4th Grade Students and a substitute. It's relatively simple: I have grayed out boxes that students aren't supposed to write in. They write and color in the white boxes.Students write one or two
This is a quarter note and eighth note cut and glue activity. I use it with my second graders at the beginning of the year; however, it is also a great activity to use with a substitute. I wrote "rhythm syllables" instead of specifying a specific
This worksheet is "Conversational Solfege" (Feierabend) style: students read rhythms in 4/4 and copy them into the space below the example.
Then, I have added a checklist underneath that students can check off after they complete it. (They give
It's just a sheet I made for my recorder students to use as a reference. I won't let them write the note names in on their recorder books (which makes them pretty angry) but, we've gone over note naming so often that most of them are pretty solid on