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.
Back to School MEGA MUSIC BUNDLE
***LIMITED TIME $20.00***Individual prices would total: $39.00 I have put together five of my most popular products plus two new products to make up this Back to School MEGA MUSIC BUNDLE. It includes Original Songs, Tone Chimes & Bells pieces, Fall/Autumn themed BAG Recorder songs, Patriotic pi...
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.
Pitch Exit Tickets/Slips
Assess your students on pitch in 5 minutes or less! Love that this set comes with 20 different exit tickets/exit slips. It's an easy way to take grades and show progress with my elementary music students.
Stress Relief Tips for Music Teachers
Helpful post! Being a music teacher can bring a lot of stress. Check out these tips for relieving stress and keeping calm.
Music Bulletin Board: So Much To TACO 'Bout in Music
Music Bulletin Board: Adorable TACO themed Bulletin Board for the music classroom! A super fun bulletin board to get your students excited about music class. Also great for Music Advocacy and Music in our Schools Month. MIOSMDisplay on bulletin boards, a door, or anywhere around or even outside...
Job Search and Interview Tips for Music Teachers
Job searching can be a daunting task. After going through the process recently, here are a few things I’ve learned.
5 Things to Do at the End of the Year: Music Teacher Edition
You made it through another year! Time to celebrate! Woo! Here are a few tips to get you through these last couple of weeks/days.
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 and something I can use in class or leave in my sub tub.
Distance Learning MUSIC SUB PLANS for ORCHESTRAL STORIES Synopses and Puzzles
*** $5.00 ***This product is great for DISTANCE LEARNING as well as the elementary Music classroom!Overview: This product includes FOUR easy Music Sub Plans for 2nd - 7th. Each lesson is built around students learning about a famous ORCHESTRAL STORY. A Synopsis is given. Two WORD SEARCH PUZZLES ar...
Fall is in the Air! Singing Game and Assessment
Fall is certainly in the air here in North Carolina. While the days are still hot and sunny, mornings are crisp and cool. With this in mind, I thought it would be fun to sing about the change in seasons with my kindergartners!
4 Free Online Professional Development Resources for Music Teachers
Who said professional development had to be expensive? Check out these free online resources!
Music with Miss W is Turning 3!
Music with Miss W is turning 3! In addition to a fun birthday giveaway, there are a few exciting changes that you can take advantage of:
The Music Teacher Emergency Kit You Need in Your Desk ASAP
This post was a life saver over and over. Here’s what you need to fill up your own kit…
Soundtrack of My Life Poster or PowerPoint Project
Such a fun project to do with high school students! Would probably work well for upper middle school general music as well.