These 9 anchor charts highlight some key fundamentals and elements of music. Anchor charts are a great resource to present key information in a concise manner: Texture, Timbre, Beat Vs. Rhythm, Tempo, Dynamics, Rhythm, Pitch, Form and Staff Symbols.
This template has all of the categories necessary to reflect your curriculum: essential questions, differentiation, assessment, closing activity, etc.
This template can be used for any subject, but was initially designed for music.
These student-friendly descriptors allows students to understand what is expected of them during an activity. The terminology is positive and utilizes sports terminology to make the ideas understandable and approachable. There are 4 levels that
Print out these snowmen for your students to match properly. Each snowman hat has a time signature and two body pieces that match.
Use in a relay race: copy a set for each team and hang the time signature heads across the room. Students choose a
This manipulative allows students to compare the visual of blocks to the value of a note or rest. Simply cut out and laminate these blocks so they can be used for any student who needs some visual assistance.
These are 5 basic signs associated with Power Teaching: Class? Yes!, Mirror, Teach! Okay!, Switch, and Hands and Eyes. They each have a colored polka dot background and can be printed on card stock as needed.
My own game designed to help students read rhythms, follow cues, maintain a steady beat and make their own arrangements!
This packet includes directions with 5 different levels of play. I suggest this game for 1st-3rd grade. You have the