I'm starting to ease into Halloween themed lessons now, and I had a lot of success with this Rhythm Monsters activity today. My first graders have been preparing half notes for a few weeks and this was the first time they saw it and had practice writing it down. For the rhythm monsters lesson, I created this page with 20 different rhythm examples. I'll be honest: the rhythm content really had NOTHING to do with monsters. All I did was put a picture of a monster above each rhythm example and…
Boomwhackers | Muziek In School
Boomwhackers introductie. Wat zijn boomwhackers, hoe speel je er mee? Video's van coole boomwhacker acts.
The Best Rhythm Bingo Game Ever – Perfect for a Substitute
This bingo game is a perfect lesson plan to leave for a substitute teacher. The teacher does not need to perform the rhythms, just touch an icon on the smart board and the example will play itself. To identify the rhythm, once again no musical knowledge is required, simply touch the rectangle next...
I've Taught this Folk Song, Now What?! - Make Moments Matter
If you’ve read any of my blog so far you know that I love teaching folk songs. Folk songs are great songs with catchy tunes, are excellent for cultural and historical references, and usually have some sort of movement or dance component. What an exciting way to expand vocabulary! What an […]
MEET THE ORCHESTRA
Students match these musical instruments to their pictures. It can also be used for an extra speaking activity if students say the name of the player for each instrument or they divide them into the types, that is, woodwinds, brass, percussion or string. Key provided. - ESL worksheets