Musical Interactions
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Musical Interactions
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“If you cannot teach me to fly, teach me to sing.” ― J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan
 
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This fast-paced, interactive game is sure to keep students' attention while reviewing the instrument families and their specific characteristics. Students will need to collect 4 instrument cards for one family in order to grab a spoon and stay in
$2.50
25 ratings
4.0
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This version of Go Fish is a great reinforcement activity for reading half, quarter, and eighth notes. Players will need to find matches for their cards by reading and performing rhythmic patterns. This game is perfect to use for a music center or
$2.00
13 ratings
4.0
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This music dominos game is a great reinforcement activity for categorizing instruments into families. Players will need to match the instrument name with its family. This game is perfect to use for a music center or substitute activity. This
$2.00
19 ratings
4.0
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This fast-paced, interactive game is sure to keep students' attention while reviewing the rhythms and their beat values. Students will need to collect 4 rhythm cards with the same beat value in order to grab a spoon and stay in the game! For
$2.50
20 ratings
4.0
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Imagine walking down a quiet school hallway. As you pass the music room, laughter and silly singing floats into the hallway. Curious, you peek through the door to find the entire class having fun and super-focused on the singers. Next different
$6.00
7 ratings
4.0
Digital Download PDF (2.70 MB)
Rhythm Dominos is a great reinforcement activity for identifying whole, half, quarter, and eighth notes and whole, half, and quarter rests. Players will need to match rhythmic notation and rhythm names. This game is perfect to use for a music center
$1.50
10 ratings
4.0
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This version of Go Fish is a great reinforcement activity for reading eighth-quarter-eighth note syncopation, half, quarter, and eighth notes. Players will need to find matches for their cards by reading and performing rhythmic patterns. This game
$2.00
6 ratings
4.0
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This fast-paced, interactive game is sure to keep students' attention while reviewing treble clef reading. Students will need to collect 4 treble clef cards to spell the goal word in order to grab a spoon and stay in the game! There is a deck of
$4.00
8 ratings
4.0
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If you are looking for a fun way to review rhythms and beat values, Rhythm Yahtzy is a must! This game requires players to know the beat value 6 rhythms - 4 sixteenth notes, 2 eighth notes, quarter note, half note, dotted half note, and whole note
$1.00
6 ratings
4.0
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Instrument Who Is It? reinforces characteristics of both instrument families and individual instruments. This game is similar to Guess Who. Players will need to ask yes/no questions in order to determine the mystery instrument. As an alternative
$2.50
6 ratings
4.0
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Instrument Family 10 Levels is a card game where players complete different levels of instrument family requirements. Game play is similar to Phase 10. Each level requires the player to collect and organize instrument cards based on different
$4.00
4 ratings
4.0
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This version of dominos is a great reinforcement activity for reading whole, half, quarter, and eighth notes. Players will need to match notation, rhythm name, and beat value using the triangular tiles. This game is perfect to use for a music center
$1.00
9 ratings
4.0
Digital Download PDF (1.03 MB)
Rhythm Land is a great reinforcement activity for reading whole, dotted half, half, and quarter notes and whole, half, and quarter rests. Players will need to identify the beat value for the notes and rests to determine movement on the gameboard.
$3.00
5 ratings
4.0
Digital Download PDF (3.84 MB)
Imagine walking down a quiet school hallway. As you pass the music room, laughter and silly singing floats into the hallway. Curious, you peek through the door to find the entire class having fun and super-focused on the singers. Next different
$6.00
2 ratings
4.0
Digital Download PDF (2.80 MB)
Instrument Capture is a great reinforcement activity for instrument family relationships. This game can be played as a focus on individual families - with larger tiles representing lower instruments and smaller tiles representing higher instruments
$2.00
1 rating
4.0
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Instrument Crazy 8th's is sure to keep students' attention while reviewing the instrument families and their specific characteristics. This game is similar to Crazy 8's card game. Students will use their knowledge of instrument families to play
$4.00
1 rating
4.0
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Notation Crazy 8th's is sure to keep students' attention while reviewing the rhythms and other notation symbols. This game is similar to Crazy 8's card game. Students will identify common symbols and rhythms to play this game! Each card displays
$4.00
3 ratings
4.0
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Meter & Rhythm 10 Levels is a card game where players complete different levels of meter and rhythm requirements. Game play is similar to Phase 10. Each level requires the player to create 1-2 measures in a given meter (3/4, 4/4, or 6/8)
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Imagine walking down a quiet school hallway. As you pass the music room, laughter and silly singing floats into the hallway. Curious, you peek through the door to find the entire class having fun and super-focused on the singers. Next different
$6.00
5 ratings
4.0
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This Thanksgiving-themed activity set focuses on the 5 Orff-Schulwerk rhythmic building blocks. Students will demonstrate knowledge of rhythmic speech patterns and duple meter through composition activities. Rhythmic puzzles are great for centers.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught in both Illinois and Michigan. I have 8 years of experience teaching K-8 general music, 5 years directing a middle school Orff Ensemble, and 2 years directing elementary choir.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I enjoy interactive lessons that touch on multiple perspectives. Music is presented with references to social studies, math, science, and language. My students know that lessons will actively engage them in all aspects of music making from theory and history to composition and performance.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I earned a Master's of Music Education from VanderCook College of Music in Chicago, IL and a Bachelor's of Music History & Literature from Bloomsburg University of PA. I have also completed Orff-Schulwerk Levels I and II teacher training in Ann Arbor, MI.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

It has been said that people become teachers for one of two reasons: 1. they loved school as a child and want to share that joy 2. they hated school as a child and want to change education for the future generations. I firmly fall into the first camp. I knew from a young age that I wanted to teach music. My grandmother was my first music teacher, and I continued to be blessed with wonderful teachers. Throughout college, I met some of my grandmother's former students, who continued to share the passion and joy of her teachings. I also have two siblings who have become classroom teachers.

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