Music Careers Bulletin Board
This bulletin board has 24 music careers with short descriptions. I will likely use this during Music in Our Schools Month this year!
Put Your Old Wii to Work in Your Music Classroom
Helpful post! Have an old Wii? Use it in your class through the game Wii Music! The lessons option can help you to introduce how Wii Music works to your students.
COMPOSER ACTIVITIES George Frideric Handel
***$5.00*** This is an easy way to share Handel with your students through Song (fun original words to "The Hallelujah Chorus",) Orff, Puzzle, and Writing Prompts!Overview: This product is a curriculum integration tool incorporating music, history, math and writing for 2-5th. The lesson is built ar...
CHRISTMAS HYMNS - 3 Easy Chimes & Bells Arrangements BUNDLE #3
*** CHRISTMAS SPECIAL $5.00 ***The following songs are included:• Silent Night• Sing We Now of Christmas• The First NoelThis product includes the following materials:• Overview and playing instructions• Musical arrangements used for each piece• Individual printable sheets for each assigned chime or ...
Musical Opposites: Videos and Singing Games
Starting out lessons with a quick video is a great way to get students hooked on the day’s lesson. Here are a few short videos to go along with singing games on musical opposites.
Rhythm Bingo Game ~ 2 Sixteenths/1 Eighth 1 Eighth/2 Sixteenths Music Game
Fun music game! Your elementary music students will love this rhythm bingo game. Easy music activity to add to lesson plan!
Color by Note Holiday (Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa)
This color by note activity was a lifesaver during those busy post-concert days right before break! I like that it included worksheets on all three December holidays. I even hung a few of the best colored sheets on my bulletin board!
"Rhythm Band!" - THREE Active Rhythm Instrument Games
Love RHYTHM INSTRUMENTS, but not the chaos? Play THREE ACTIVE GROUP GAMES that your kids will love! 1. "WE'RE IN THE RHYTHM BAND!" -- Marching game with great ideas for trading instruments easily and reducing 'confusion'! 2. "MY SONG IN THE AIR!" -- Vary the volume ('dynamics') when your inst...
"We Are Sailing!" -- Tell a Story with a Rhythm Stick Group Game, Song and Craft
TELL a STORY with RHYTHM STICKS! Play a group game based on that great song, "We Are Sailing!", with new kid-friendly lyrics. Make a Sailing Ship Craft to top a rhythm stick! Easy active game for a rainy day. Humor, repetitive lyrics, and whole-body learning! (15 pages) From Joyful Noises Express TpT $
Color by Note Summer
Color by note coloring pages featuring summer items! I sent these home with my students for the summer but they are also great for sub plans, fun homework, or featuring student work on a bulletin board! My elementary music students absolutely love these p
Composer Social Media Profiles
Such a fun way to engage students in composer units! I added this worksheet to my composer of the month study and students have gone crazy for them. I've also left these in my sub tub as a review.
Gamify Classroom Management in Upper Grades General Music using ClassCraft
Classcraft is a free online educational role-playing game that teachers and students play together in the classroom. Acting as a gamification layer around any existing curriculum, the game transforms the way a class is experienced throughout the school year.
Turkey, Turkey, Turkey!
November is a time for post-Halloween candy, blustery days, and, of course, Thanksgiving! This week, my students are playing a fun Thanksgiving (assessment) game to get them in the spirit of the holiday. This song/game is called Turkey, Turkey, Turkey!
Music Time Period Social Media Feed
My students LOVE Instagram. This is a way I can finally put something relevant in my music history lessons. Students need to think critically about what composers, concert goers, and others might have posted about if Instagram existed back then. Super fun