This is great name game to use at the beginning of the year to have your students learn each others names AND so that you can learn their names!!!
The students will work on musical concepts such as: steady beat, accelerando, and more!
Do you ever get a substitute that doesn't know anything about music? Here is a great game to leave your substitute!!! Music Instrument Memory!
54 colorful instruments for your students to match!!! Brass instruments, string instruments,
This game adds a slight twist to Memory! It challenges the students, for they now have to match the music symbol with its definition!!!
It's a great game to leave for a substitute who knows nothing about music and its way better than plopping
After many years of teaching, I have always wanted a grade sheet at a glance. This is a class list and grade sheet that I use for all my upper and primary classes. Please feel free to 'tweek' so that it works best for you!!!
This is a lesson plan grid that I created because the one the school system provided did not fit what I needed.
This grid can be used for teachers who teach grades K through 5. You have an area to write your objectives for each grade, opening
SPLAT!!! Your children will have lots of fun aurally and visually identifying rhythms when they get to 'swat' a fly!!! The object: to listen to a rhythm pattern, visually find which fly is carrying that rhythm pattern, and then be the first to
These note-heads can be used to aid singers in reading music. I printed each page on a different colored card-stock and then laminated. I have been using them as a whole class visual. The note-heads can be scaled to different sizes. I intend to
Do you ever have a substitute that doesn't know anything about music? Here is a perfect game to leave the substitute! Music Symbol Memory!!
42 music symbols for the students to match! Rhythm notes, treble clef, bass clef, dynamic markings and
For those music teachers who teach ta's and ti-ti's, this beat board is a great tool to use!!!
You can type in the words to the song and the students write the rhythm above it! You can teach language art skills, such as: writing, syllables, and