Did you know that the Entire Stomp 2009 Performance is available on youtube.com for streaming?
What a wonderful and accessible way to bring an awareness, education and appreciation of live theater with this realistic performance experience. The
Simple warm ups for your band: B flat scale (optionally in 3 parts by high/middle and low voices)
A gentle arrangement of America the Beautiful, and a scale warm up with chorale ending.
Some basic performance reminders adorn the bottom of this
Get kids moving around the room and chatting with each other in this general music scavenger hunt.
Intended for students grades 4-9, this mini activity will spark conversation among peers and build a classroom culture for listening and sharing.
Decorate and Decode!
This Bulletin Board lessons reinFORCEs form (song structure)
Suitable for K-12
May the Form Be with you!
A B A
A A B B
A B A C A B A
The form is displayed with the following images:
A: Flute Skywalker
In this easy 3-part project, students will synthesize information from thier own lives and apply it to lyrics in popular music. The goal of the project is for students to examine the human experience by connecting with artists (whom they know or
Other (Arts), Music, Other (Music)
5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Lesson Plans (Bundled), Minilessons, Cultural Activities
This is something that I started in my school for my 7th and 8th graders. They LOVE it. It's a magazine for kids by kids (I call it 19NineteenMagazine because my room # is 19, so, all submission are due to the student editors on the 19th of the
Spice up your Star Wars Decor with these funky "Sitar Wars" images and let the cultural conversation commence. Oh, and may the Force be with you!
The Legendary Julie Andrews stars in a new educational mini-series on Netflix for kids called "Julie's Greenroom"
It's great for your K-5 music classroom! My students love it, and as I share each episode with them, I will provide a few mini-lessons
This is something that I started in my school for my 7th and 8th graders. They LOVE it. A magazine for teens by teens- and administrators love it too because it promotes literacy and critique in the music classroom.
Here's a free template to begin
Whenever possible, find a professional recording of the musical you will work on with your kids. Host a movie premier party!
The small revenue made by popcorn and candy is small, but if the turn out is large- you've got a big pool of interest!
Ever need kids to pair up, but are tired of the usual "pick a pop sickle stick" or "the person next to you" etc.
Here's a fun game which incorporates familiar and unfamiliar names from musical history. Famous pairs in Music.
Hand each student one