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89 Choir and Music Class ‘Do Nows’, ‘Bell Ringers’, ‘Daily Board Work’ – call them what you want but these beginning of class activities will keep your students busy. One for every other day of the year or a full semester class, these ‘Do Nows’
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If you go to the good old, familiar warm ups every single chorus practice, your students are probably bored. Shake things up (and get those voices going) by using these 52 Choir Warm Ups Deck of Cards to freshen your practice up! These cards
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Never ask “What to do?” again on a sick day for your secondary choirs. This Secondary Choir Substitute Pack has 8 different activities but enough for 18 potential absences. That will cover you for the year: sick days, personal days, professional
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This project is like speed dating for a career! Students will research about a career in the music industry and share their findings in a Career Jump Activity. Included are lesson suggestions and the worksheets to complete. The worksheets are two
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Combined for savings are my two best selling projects! The Music Career Jump project is like speed dating for a career! Students will research about a career in the music industry and share their findings in a Career Jump Activity. Included are
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This project involves groups of students selecting a commercial from YouTube and using musical elements to support their opinion about why or how the music impacts what they see. Then, take it a step farther and they need to select music to go with
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Whether it's the end of your semester class or the end of a year long class, this project will keep kids excited about being in music. This Was My Year! is a great music project and opportunity for students to show off what their year has been like,
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Raise the stakes and get ready for a world premiere music performance of a composition by one of your students! This music project will have students using basic music theory, rhythms, and note writing skills. Students will write lyrics, form the
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Here are three levels of I Declare Music, a music game, ready to test your student's knowledge of note values. All of your students can be challenged based on their knowledge and no one will be bored. This is great to leave for a substitute or even
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Choir and Music Class ‘Do Nows’, ‘Bell Ringers’, ‘Daily Board Work’ Volume 2 – call them what you want but these beginning of class activities will keep your students busy. One for every other day of the year or a full semester class, these ‘Do
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In this file, you will find two different ways to give a quiz covering the same information. The one you choose to give your students kind of depends on how you want to challenge students. If you just want to know if they can identify basic items
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Here is the perfect set of melody bells to keep your students occupied while some are playing and others are not. Let them practice on paper bells! This paper has both note names and color coding. Choose whichever is easier for your students to use.
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This simple sign is just a small reminder to students to write "In Your Own Words" or IYOW as I say in my classroom. Students need to learn how to write without copying word for word from the source. Assignments, such as the Music Career Jump
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Use this simple paper to keep track of Daily Board Work/Bell Ringer work and class participation. Students can fill in each day with their answer. You can grade each day and then total up the week and put just that one grade into the gradebook.
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What the heck is a rampart? The Star-Spangled Banner (SSB) is one of those songs students should know a little bit about before they leave school. They will be hearing it at a ton of events throughout their life and knowing a few things will make
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"Old Music" Game is a fun twist on the traditional Old Maid card game. This is an opportunity for students to practice recognizing common music symbols and the appropriate name. Similar to Old Maid, it takes some luck. Symbols include notes, rests,
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching music for over 15 years to grades K-12. What I have found, especially with the middle school level and up, is that projects are one of the best ways to sneak in music learning!

MY TEACHING STYLE

Does frugal for a teaching style sound odd? Well, with budget cutbacks everywhere, I've learned to cram as much on a piece of paper, teach students how to care for things so they last, and borrow technology from other classes. Just because where you work might lack finances, doesn't mean your students are going to lack in their education!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

When a student, who didn't always participate, said to me, "I really liked this project".

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received my Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ. I earned a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus on technology from Grand Canyon University.

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