The Music Clef
Sound Song | A great way for K-1 students to begin composing their own music - Compose with icons - Students will be thrilled to hear their piece performed by the whole class.
Kindergartners discussed high and low pitches. Jenny over at The Teaching Studio came up with this great idea of having students pick out pictures and deciding if they represent high or low. For example, an ant would be low because they crawl on the ground and an airplane would be high because they fly. The students then went to the piano and played the corresponding high or low pitch. My 4th and 5th graders did centers to reinforce the the treble clef and staff. One was a matching game. I…
Lion King: Arts Enrichment K-4
Lions Sleeps Tonight percussion part arranged to go with boomwhackers, mallets, or ukuleles. Looks like a fun arrangement!
Compose Yourself with Boomwhackers!
Another one for composing with Boomwhackers with the colored dice I mentioned in an earlier post (scroll down to see other uses for these!):
Mrs. Stucki's Music Class
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11 wonderfully creative ways to teach children music theory
free download! Would also be great for solfege, matching Do-Re-Mi's with their scale degree numbers (1-2-3's). The cherries could be the letters A-G, exploring scales starting on different notes, for more advanced students.
Summer Music Activities: 26 Summer Color by Music Notes and Rests
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