This is a super fun activity for upper elementary students! It uses a cootie catcher (fortune teller) to help students write their own rhythm composition! This is a GREAT rhythm review activity. Included in the packet are instructions for the
This is a super fun game for upper elementary/middle school students. If using this game with third or fourth graders, I would probably put this at the end of a John Williams lesson so that they are already familiar with the music. If not, just a
This product is intended to reinforce sol and mi with 1st and 2nd grade students. Your students will need to understand the line/space relationship of sol and mi before you do this. This is a quick and easy game to play around Halloween time!Updated
Teaching your little ones quarter rest? These flash cards are perfect to use for centers, review games, and more!
This is a set of eight flash cards using quarter, eighth notes, and quarter rest.
This product is meant as an extension to my quarter
The center chart I'm using in my classroom this year! Comes with:
- Space themed center chart
- Space themed center signs
Once we get into the swing of the school year, I will be updating this product to include a photo of it up on the wall, along
Even your youngest learners can be composers, too! Celebrate fall with this adorable fall song. Included in this download:- Fall rhythms presentation (where students can practice identifying the number of sounds in a variety of fall words, as well
This game is intended to reinforce sol and mi with your students. A fun, fall themed way to review or assess during a lesson about sol and mi! Students will look at a measure of pitches on the staff and determine whether or not those pitches could