Want to help your students learn about form in music? This simple and easy music listening lesson will get your students listening and mapping the form and structure used in the music chosen to study and analyse. This lesson requires very little resources and will be sure to engage your music students in the lesson. Click through to read the blog post to find out more.
Musical Monsters Bundle: This bundle includes both Musical Monsters Loud & Soft and also Musical Monsters High & Low. This packet is designed to reinforce these musical elements with younger students k5-2nd.In this bundle you will receive:**30 slides high and low**8 worksheets**2 suggestions for discovering vibrations in the music classroom**30 slides loud and soft**3 worksheets**3 activities for listening and movementPlease comment below after you purchase a product so that I can co...
Jazzy Science Projects with Sound and Music (Fantastic Physical Science Experiments) by Robert Gardner. $23.93. Publisher: Enslow Elementary (February 1, 2006). Series - Fantastic Physical Science Experiments. Author: Robert Gardner. Publication: February 1, 2006. Reading level: Ages 7 and up
Whether you’re in need of ready to go literacy centers, word work stations, fun spelling practice or homeschool activities, this pack has you covered. These 28 word work activities require almost no prep and, as a huge bonus, they’re editable so you can use it with any word list under the sun: sight words, word families, themed words, …
Are you looking for a bundle of engaging music activities to use with your younger students to reinforce high/low, up/down, fast/slow, loud/soft or loud/quiet, forte/piano and crescendo/decrescendo? Your music classes will love the dancing frog in these interactive music games!
Learn a West African welcome song with “Fanga Alafia” which means “Welcome, peace, good will to you!” Also included in this lesson pak is a student article on Liberia, a recorded pronunciation guide for the Yoruba lyrics, and guided instructions on how to improvise a percussion accompaniment. Use this welcome song for the beginning of the school year, or to welcome guests to your classroom or school.