This review game for elementary music classrooms lets students swat out some that extra energy.
The game can be played in teams, but I've also used the game as a quick formative assessment, or to aid in passing out instruments (such as recorders)
This game is a fun way to get your kids up and moving to review note names. This free version is for B, A, and G. It's perfect to review notes before "Hot Cross Buns" on Recorder! I will upload full treble clef (c4-g5) soon.
Many games are possible with these Instrument Family Spinners. I print double sided and laminated a class set and used them to review instrument identification with my fourth and fifth grade classes.
My favorite game:
Students are divided into
Giving goals aligned to music standards is easier when students understand the vocabulary used inside of the stated goals.
These posters help to explain to students what Connecting, Performing, Responding, and Creating mean in a music classroom
Each line corresponds to one of three solfege hand signs. I asked students to write on the "Do" line with red, "Mi" line with black, and the "Sol" line with teal. The colors corresponded to boomwhacker colors, except black for "Mi," even though we
This paid version of the file is an editable version. Want to use three different solfege pitches? Want to change the number of beats on each page? Want to use note names or written solfege names? Customize this editable template to match the
My students have reacted very positively to being recognized as leaders. It is pretty exciting to see enthusiasm in serving as a helpful hand around the class.
In my room I have a system for students that serve as leaders. Sometimes being a leader
My band classes are much easier when my kids understand transposition. Beginning band is no exception. My students are smart and can do the simple calculation starting with their first five notes. This resource is a word document that can be chopped
As a beginning band teacher, I am constantly trying to avoid students learning by wrote when we are learning new exercises or reviewing rhythm concepts with method book exercises.The clip chart is similar to a behavior clip chart. In my classroom,