I used this when I needed a substitute lesson or gave a musical lesson. The worksheet is in order of the movie for students to follow along. It helped with accountability to keep their attention and guide them through the movie. This version goes
I used this test as my sixth grade pre-test for the school year. It is worth 80 points (you can adjust how needed) and there are two portions to this assessment: Written & Performance/Listening. The written section has 20 multiple choice
This is a 40 point test with three parts. The first part is a 22 point matching section. The second part is 8 points asking students to draw simple note values and label how many beats each note receives in 4/4 time signature. The third part is 10
I use this chart, especially for beginning percussionists, for students to identify which timpani drum the student should tune the notes on. Please keep in mind, there may be slight variations with different age instruments, but this is a
This written music/band test has three parts. The first part has 15 multiple choice questions about music symbols, style, note & rest identification, tempo, dynamics, key signature, and time signature. The second part is 10 matching questions on
This is a short key signature quiz that has students identify the key signature (examples in both treble and bass clef to include most instrumentalists) and also asks students to list the flats in the key signatures. This quiz covers 1,2,3, and 4
This is a short performance rubric I use when I need to quickly record an in-class playing assessment on instruments. It is a half sheet (two per page) for quick printing and easy to grade fast in a large-group setting.
This assessment has four parts and is all multiple choice and can be used with bubble sheets to easily scan to grade (if your district has this machine). The four parts are music terminology, key signatures, rhythms, and beginning intervals (very
These are handouts I give out to students/parents at the beginning band meeting once they choose an instrument. All six typical starting instruments are included: flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone, and percussion. You may have to
This is used for our middle school as an icebreaker during the first days of school for students to get to know each other and learn about the group. Students have to find the musician who has done certain things and get them to sign their paper.