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Using Songs and Props in Pre-K

Rhythm sticks chant- "Come play the stick game. use your ears. Then repeat just what you hear. Listen,listen all of you. Listen first then do it too!" Lots of great prop ideas

I got this idea from a fellow elementary music teacher in my district. Cut pool noodles into 4 and use as rhythm sticks for the little ones. It's safe and not nearly as loud! I just got finished cutting up this set (super fast and easy with a serrated knife) from noodles I bought online. Can't wait to try them!

Pool Noodles - Idea from a fellow elementary music teacher. Cut pool noodles into 4 and use as rhythm sticks for the little ones. It's safe and not nearly as loud!

Making Music with Kids ~ Learn Play Imagine

Great ideas for parents, classroom teachers, or music teachers to teach music to small children (mostly preschool/early elementary).

Rhythm Game: "Busted!" Pull a stick from the jar, clap its rhythm. Pull another stick, clap both rhythms. Continue cumulatively. If you pull the "busted" stick, you have to put all yours back. Kid with most at the end wins.

DIY music game "Busted" Students take turn pulling sticks out and clapping the rhythm. Whenever a busted stick is drawn that player has to replace all of their sticks.

DIY Rhythm Sticks!  Finish the project by painting them with whatever color you want & using a sealant so the paint doesn't chip off.

Rhythm sticks are a must-have for a preschool program! As long as you have enough dexterity to get your two hands to come together in the same general area (a fantastic feat for very young ones) y…

4 Music Games for Toddlers & Preschoolers {Music Activities for Kids} | And Next Comes L

4 Music Games for Toddlers & Preschoolers {Music Activities for Kids}

Candy Rhythms- SMARTBoard  Sweet Lesson Plans!

Elementary Music Resources: Halloween Hangover: Rhythm Candies - I think this would work for Middle School as well.

Rhythm Sticks Chant - Clatter, clatter, clackity clack. I'll play a rhythm and you play it back.

Clatter Clatter Clackity Clack

Fun way to incorporate rhythm sticks into a lesson. Clatter Clatter Clackity Clack is a fun song that teaches rhythm, pattern, and listening skills for young children!

Took plain dice and put different rhythmic values on.  Kids rolled the 4 dice, arranged the dice and then played the rhythm on rhythm sticks.

Took plain dice and put different rhythmic values on. Kids rolled the 4 dice, arranged the dice and then played the rhythm on rhythm sticks. Great sub tub idea.

Obwisana, Dr. Nicola Mason This version uses rhythm sticks instead of passing rocks.

Nicola Mason This version uses rhythm sticks instead of passing rocks. It would be interesting to try with sticks!

Using painted craft sticks for handbell composition. -- great for composition! Use with boomwackers too

Using painted craft sticks for handbell composition. -- great for composition! Use with boomwackers too Dye Sticks like clothespins!

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