How to Teach the Difference between the Rhythm and the Beat
A fun and simple musical theory and rhythm game to teach the difference between finding the beat and the rhythm of a song to kids.
Bucket Drumming 101
So, I've seen bucket drumming videos all over YouTube. It got me really excited so I decided to do a bucket drumming unit in 6th grade to end the year. The only thing....where to start??? My middle school students are difficult to say the least so I knew this might be a challenge; however, they are the most capable for this kind of activity. I was hoping that they would catch a bit of success early and run with it. We started this unit in April. I wanted to write a post about what has worked…
Free Resources - Free Sheet Music and Theory Printables - Let's Play Music
Free sheet music of traditional nursery rhymes and children's songs and free fun and easy music theory printable worksheets for kids.
Music Teacher Font
I have hand drawn this Music Teacher Font for teachers to use to make music projects for the classroom, such as flashcards and song sheets. Standard music notation is included, as well as Kodaly Stick Notation. This font is for personal use only. A key is available for this font is you purchase the ...
Rhythm Instruments: Cutting Down on the Chaos
Mrs. King's Music Room: Rhythm Instruments: Cutting Down on the Chaos Great tips for using instruments in regular and music classrooms.
Eight Useful Tips for Starting a Ukulele Program in Your School - NAfME
By NAfME Member Philip Tamberino So you want to start a school ukulele program? First of all, congratulations on making this momentous decision that will change your music program…
Songs for Teaching Rhythm vs Beat — Victoria Boler
Teaching Rhythm vs Beat? This song collection is AWESOME for teaching, and kids love it! Click through for the free music!