I made this for my masters project. It's a 14 day Beat Boxing unit complete with quizzes, daily lessons, pretest, study guide, oral exam and more! There are tons of videos in the day to day lessons that will teach both you and your students how to
There are 8 posters for recorder technique.
This can be posted in the room.The techniques include straight posture, pressing the holes tight, breathing, left hand on top, embouchure, beautiful tone and one that says to practice. The other poster is
The first slide has the words and bees, so that the students can sing while pointing to the bee's for the steady beat. You can print a copy for each kid, or just take turns having students point on the board.When you click "enter", the rhythms show
This is a PP slide that you can print out.
The kids pair up in groups of 2-4. They roll a dice, and have to play the rhythm on the die. There are two that are blank which are for students to create their own rhythms in. The other kids who aren't
This is a full piano accompaniment for El Capotin by Lois Fiftal & Greg Gilpin - Shawnee Press. This was made for the Three Part score- but I'm pretty sure it can be used for the 2 part. I've used this accompaniment track for rehearsals and
Rhythm vs. Beat for Hop Old Squirrel.One page is the animation for them to figure out the rhythm. The squirrels fly in to show the correct answer.The second slide is for students to take turns going to the board (or printing a copy for each student)
When you're in "present mode", it will only show you the steady beats, but when you click the "space bar" button, the correct rhythms will come flying in. This was you can work on just steady beat, and then when they're ready, you bring this back
These three have games in them. They all work on the steady beat and come with blank ones for students to point to. They also are interactive PowerPoints when you click the spacebar the rhythms come flying in one by one so that students can guess