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Emmi Wallen
 I love that kids can practice reading icons for music, compose their own body percussion songs Music Lessons For Kids, Music Lesson Plans, Music For Kids, Elementary Music Lessons, Elementary Schools, Preschool Music, Music Activities, Teaching Music, Movement Activities

Body Percussion

This body percussion activity is perfect for your youngest learners. This download comes as a PowerPoint so that you may project the slides and lead students through learning to snap, clap, pat and stomp together. This download also comes as a PDF which is handy for printing the pages to use in a ...

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Bingo, sanajahti & sudoku pdf

Nuottibingo, sanajahti, musiikki-, kirjain- ja numerosudoku tulostettavaksi PDF

Body Percussion Composing by The Bulletin Board Lady-Tracy King Preschool Music Activities, Multicultural Activities, Kindergarten Music, Teaching Music, Online Music Lessons, Music Lessons For Kids, Music For Kids, Body Percussion, Music Theory Worksheets

Body Percussion Composing

Looking for a composing activity for your youngest learners? This set is perfect for early readers or pre-readers. In this activity students take body percussion cards and place them in a music grid to compose a body percussion song. Included in this 25 page kit: -Music Grid -Body Percussion card...

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Rytmiikkaa, musiikkia (ja matikkaa)

Varga-Neményi-menetelmään, toiminnallisuuteen ja Liikkuva Koulu-ideologiaan hurahtaneen opettajan opetuskokeiluja.

Using popsicle sticks to make ta and ti-ti! Introduction to rhythmic dictation. V's Crazy Music Classroom: Ta Ti-ti kind of day. Kindergarten Music, Teaching Music, Student Teaching, Teaching Ideas, Rhythm Ta, Music Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Music And Movement, Elementary Music

Ta Ti-ti kind of day

Today was the day I introduced my 1st graders to ta and ti-ti. I used the terms in Kindergarten, but just said the terms, never discussed them. We're learning a song game called "Here We Sit" and we've already talked about melodic direction. The song only uses so and mi patterns and we found out which words we sing high and which words we sing low. Today we started rhythmic dictation. I love using the popsicle sticks, because a) I always have a huge resource of them from Kdg. teachers and b)…