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Make music class a galactic adventure! Includes music composition lesson plan and worksheet. Grades 2-4
Boom Chicka Boom Music Lesson Plan is a zany, fun-filled lesson plan for the music classroom that teaches students about two dynamic levels: piano (p) and forte (f).
Let the 'Battle of the Bands' begin! Students work in cooperative groups (bands) to perform the rhythms of a rhyme/speech piece on non-pitched percussion instruments. The winning band is awarded a 'Battle of the Bands' certificate.
High & Low Mix-and-Match features three activity worksheets to help K-2 students with beginning level pitch discrimination.
Students will compare and contrast rhythm/pitch sets in this musical twist on the classic hangman game.
Build essential music theory skills with our CodeMaker! note name worksheets. Complete this worksheet individually, or pair your music classroom students up for a fun cooperative learning activity.
Each musical phrase is a phrase from a popular children's song. Identify each note, and then see if you can guess the song. This activity is great fun for the music classroom, as kids work together in pairs (each pair has an Orff xylophone) racing to be the first to complete the worksheet.
The Wee Little Scare is a colorful and fully-illustrated sing-along counting book designed for the music classroom. Students learn to keep a steady beat by playing instruments and participating in a fun-filled jump rope activity/contest.
Designed for the music classroom, our printable listening maps and listening glyphs turn listening to music into a visual learning experience.
Messiah/Hallelujah Chorus (Handel) | Music Listening Map
In the Hall of the Mountain King (Grieg) | Music Listening Map
Surprise Symphony (Haydn) | Music Listening Map
St. Patrick's Day | Music Listening Glyph
The irresistible rhymes and energetic color illustrations for the award winning Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin, make learning about the instruments of the orchestra even more exciting than ever! Read Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin to your students and then play the Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin | Musical Instrument Identification Game to see how many instruments they can name.
Play Suck It Up!, a fast-paced game that drills the facts of previous music lessons. Students carry answer squares with straws to a game board across the music classroom in a race to answer 10 questions.
Make learning note names fun with this set of five color-by-note worksheets. Pick a space to color, match the alphabet letter to a note, and grab the crayons!