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Rock/Pop band pieces

Rock/Pop band pieces

Here are a selection of pieces for rock and pop bands. They includes parts for Guitar (riff and chords), Bass Guitar, Drums, Keyboard/Piano and Vocals (lyrics). Some of the keys have been changed to suit children’s voices/make them easier to play (child friendly keys) Enjoy :)
iamsomewhere
Understanding Western notation

Understanding Western notation

A great resource pack containing: a Powerpoint presentation, workbook and workbook answers. The focus is to develop the pupils understabdibg of Western notaion and the theory behind it.
hindlebank
Read A Book

Read A Book

This is a song about reading books for Early Years and Key Stage 1 (although Key Stage 2 really like it too!). It has sound effects and a very catchy tune. Perfect for World Book Day. Contains vocal track, instrumental track, piano and vocal sheet music and a PowerPoint of the lyrics.
dguerrard
Musical Futures | 7  Pop Songs

Musical Futures | 7 Pop Songs

Made suitable for Ukulele, Bass, Keyboard and singers. For guitarists, see the instrument chord book I’ve added in. (1) 7 Pop Songs is the Powerpoint in PDF format to ensure all fonts and imagas stay as they were intended. All 7 songs have been shortened slightly, keys changed and everything is labelled the same for Ukulele, Bass and Keyboard. (2) These are the sheets to go with the Powerpoints, easier to print out for in class, concerts… (3) Chord Book - Ukulele, Guitar, Bass and Keyboard with loads of different chords, all labelled to match so pupils can get straight to making music together!
tbrads90
Write a class song!

Write a class song!

This is a 6 week topic that aims to give the children an understanding of the song writing process. This topic is designed to give the children the opportunity to write a song, from scratch, as a class over a six week process. It will help them to develop a good understanding of the process of writing a song, the “musical ingredients” (elements) that are needed and an appreciation of the time and skill that goes into writing a song. The children will develop an understanding of how to structure a song, creating verses, a chorus and the opportunity to compose a bridge/middle 8 as well. You do not necessarily have to be musical to do this but obviously some knowledge would help. It’s a great project for you to use for children who currently play an instrument as well, especially if you have been learning one via the wider opps/first access projects. Instruments can be easily incorporated into the topic. The topic also included opportunities for children to rap and beat box if they are not too keen on singing! The first 1-3 lessons will be spent on writing some verses and a chorus. This will be followed by adding simple accompaniment using class percussion (tuned and untuned) and other instruments your class/children may have been learning how to play. The songs will be kept in C Major/A Minor (Using the common chords C, F, G & Am). This is perfect for their vocal range and for accompanying instruments. Instrumental parts could also be added in between the verses and choruses. By the end of the topic the class with have a complete song that they can record and perform to other years and their parents. Links to curriculum/Possible assessment opportunities: Use the voice expressively and creatively by singing songs and speaking chants and rhymes Play tuned and untuned instruments musically Listen with concentration and understanding to a range of high-quality live and recorded music Experiment with, create, select and combine sounds using the inter-related dimensions of music Please note: I have used the font AR CHRISTY so you may have to edit some of the slides/fonts.
iamsomewhere
The Elements

The Elements

This is a 6 week topic that aims to teach the main elements of music: Pitch, Tempo, Timbre, Dynamic, Duration, Texture and Rhythm. This is done through listening to music (from Queen to Beethoven), composing songs, moving to sounds and music and creating music compositions using tuned and untuned instruments. Every lesson will focus on an element and explore its importance in music. Tuned and untuned percussion will be used in every lesson to help with this. The children will be given opportunities to improvise and create their own music and sounds. Standard notation will be used to help children develop an understanding of music/rhythm reading. Songs/chants will also be sung to accompany the lessons, developing their singing voices every week. An opportunity for the children to write their own class song will also be used to develop their singing and compositional skills. As well as plenty of compositional and improvisation opportunities, lessons are also inspired by Kodaly/Dalcroze/Orff ideas and methods, allowing children to explore music through sound and movement. Links to curriculum/Possible assessment opportunities: Use the voice expressively and creatively by singing songs and speaking chants and rhymes Play tuned and untuned instruments musically Listen with concentration and understanding to a range of high-quality live and recorded music Experiment with, create, select and combine sounds using the inter-related dimensions of music Please note: I have used the font AR CHRISTY for a lot of the slides so it may look slightly different!
iamsomewhere
Incidental Music, Drones and Ostinato

Incidental Music, Drones and Ostinato

A lesson that can introduce what incidental music is, how it effects movies/television, what ostinato and drones are and then leads to the children using a free app in order to make their own incidental music. Links to videos included on the PowerPoint.
mrbiggins123
Storybook Series -{ BUNDLE 1} Mary Had a Little Lamb, Jack & Jill, Humpty Dumpty

Storybook Series -{ BUNDLE 1} Mary Had a Little Lamb, Jack & Jill, Humpty Dumpty

Need a way to introduce “Mary Had a Little Lamb,” “Jack and Jill,” and “Humpty Dumpty” to your students? Look no further! This is the perfect resource to engage your students in singing these amazing songs! This is a money saving bundle of the following products: • Storybook Series: Mary Had a Little Lamb • Storybook Series: Jack and Jill • Storybook Series: Humpty Dumpty Like many of you, I am doing tons of activities with folk songs in my room, but need to reach my visual learners! I created these story books to increase engagement in my classroom. My kids LOVE them and I know yours will too! This is a storybook (story book) PowerPoint presentation that can be read/sung to students like a book. Have students read or sing aloud, or present the story to them! This activity also makes great visuals for a favorite folk song or folk song of month activity. Nursery rhymes are so important to bring in your music classroom - this is a great way to do so! Teach Preschool? Teach ELL/ESL learners? This is a GREAT way for kids to visualize the words to the nursery rhyme! Each resource includes: • PDF and PowerPoint version of the presentation. • Interesting facts about the song. • History of the song. • Map of where the song comes from. • Song presented in story format. • Sheet music. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
pitchpublications
Storybook Series - Jack and Jill - Nursery Rhyme / Folk Song

Storybook Series - Jack and Jill - Nursery Rhyme / Folk Song

Need a way to introduce the nursery rhyme/ folk song Jack and Jill to your students? Look no further! This is the perfect resource to engage your students in singing this amazing song in 6/8 time! • This is available in a money saving BUNDLE! This is a storybook (story book) PowerPoint presentation that can be read/sung to students like a book. Have students read or sing aloud, or present the story to them! This activity also makes great visuals for a favorite folk song or folk song of month activity. Nursery rhymes are so important to bring in your music classroom - this is a great way to do so!This is a PowerPoint presentation that can be read/sung to students like a book. Have students read or sing aloud, or present the story to them! Like many of you, I am doing tons of activities with folk songs in my room, but need to reach my visual learners! I created this story book to increase engagement in my classroom. My kids LOVED it and I know yours will too! Teach Preschool? Teach ELL/ESL learners? This is a GREAT way for kids to visualize the words to the nursery rhyme! This resource includes: • PDF and PowerPoint version of the presentation. • Interesting facts about the song. • History of the song. • Map of where the song comes from. • Song presented in story format with multiple verses. • Sheet music. =======================================
pitchpublications
Storybook Series - Mary Had a Little Lamb (2 versions of Mary) Folk Song

Storybook Series - Mary Had a Little Lamb (2 versions of Mary) Folk Song

Need a way to introduce Mary Had a Little Lamb to your students? Look no further! This is the perfect resource to engage your students in singing this amazing song! • This is available in a money saving BUNDLE! This is a storybook (story book) PowerPoint presentation that can be read/sung to students like a book. Have students read or sing aloud, or present the story to them! This activity also makes great visuals for a favorite folk song or folk song of month activity. Nursery rhymes are so important to bring in your music classroom - this is a great way to do so! Like many of you, I am doing tons of activities with folk songs in my room, but need to reach my visual learners! I created this story book to increase engagement in my classroom. My kids LOVED it and I know yours will too! Teach Preschool? Teach ELL/ESL learners? This is a GREAT way for kids to visualize the words to the nursery rhyme! This resource includes: • PDF and PowerPoint version of the presentation. • Interesting facts about the song. • History of the song. • Map of where the song comes from. • Song presented in story format with multiple verses. • Sheet music. • All of the above with two versions of Mary (see preview to both versions) =============================================== Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
pitchpublications
World Music

World Music

This is a 6 week topic aimed at KS1 and KS2 to teach them about different music traditions from around the world. Throughout this topic, pupils will be given the opportunity to explore music from different countries and cultures around the globe, including: West Africa, Australia, Poland, Ireland, Jamaica and Native America. Each week will focus on a different country. The focus of each lesson will be to learn where the country is on the map, listen to an example of traditional music from that that country and learn a song/game/dance that is culturally relevant. Pupils will be given the opportunity to develop their listening and singing skills (Links to curriculum can be found at the bottom). By the end of the topic pupils should have a better understanding of different styles and genres of music and where they came from as well as developing their understanding of the role of music in different cultures and societies. Perfect for linking to Geogrpahy and History! Links to curriculum/Possible assessment opportunities: Use the voice expressively and creatively by singing songs and speaking chants and rhymes Play tuned and untuned instruments musically Listen with concentration and understanding to a range of high-quality live and recorded music Experiment with, create, select and combine sounds using the inter-related dimensions of music Please note: I have used the Font AR CHRISTY so it may look different when downloaded!
iamsomewhere
Animal Songs

Animal Songs

A collection of songs about animals: What’s On The Menu, Mr Fox? A Sad Little Hedgehog. Daddy Long Legs.
jjoates
Story-based cross-curricular resource.

Story-based cross-curricular resource.

A multi-purpose, cross-curricular set of resources based around an exciting and original story, illustrated by a Disney artist. Read the story of ‘How Lion Became King of Tinga Tinga Land’ to your class, watch the PPT and then let your pupils design their own booklets based on the story. Differentiated for Reception - Year 2 and with a number of further cross-curricular activites, ‘How Lion Became King of Tinga Tinga Land’ will inspire your pupils in many ways. Copies of the book are available for £6.99, with a discount on bulk orders. Email me at matthoworth@me.com for further details or orders.
Thatmatt
KS3 Music Scheme of Work x7

KS3 Music Scheme of Work x7

A selection of 7 schemes of work for KS3, as well as a KS3 Basic Music Exam. Schemes of Work include: Songwriting/Pop Songs African Music Film Music Instruments of the Orchestra Theme and Variations Musicals Christmas Scheme
lulu_c
KS3 Instruments of the Orchestra Scheme of Work

KS3 Instruments of the Orchestra Scheme of Work

A selection of resources covering the instruments of the Orchestra. Works well as a Scheme of Work Across 6 weeks, using week 6 to play a class piece together on various instruments available.
lulu_c
Music Posters

Music Posters

A collection of posters for display in Music Department to support learning. Musical scaffolding.
lulu_c
Teachers Rock! - The Album

Teachers Rock! - The Album

Teachers Rock! There are a lot of talented teachers out there who rock these days! Here are 10 teachers who live, or have lived, a double life as both teacher and musician. They are all active members of the teaching community on Twitter and have produced some awesome music which we have compiled for your listening pleasure. Patersani (Ofelia) Love Ends Disaster! (Suzanne) Apollo Junction (Paris) Dystopian Future Movies (Inertia) Shortwave Fade (Ghost) One for The Road (Fields of Athenry) Under a Banner (Inseparable) Duke and the Darlings (Days of Wonder) Mosaic (Song Here) Disco Mister (Feed the Rich) Check out the original blog post with biographies from each band and a list of 10 famous musicians who were teachers. The blog can be found .
mracdpresent
SAMBA | Teaching & Learning [BOOK ONLY]

SAMBA | Teaching & Learning [BOOK ONLY]

This Samba book includes 35 pages of lessons, pieces, teaching samba, leading samba, music games, rhythm exercises and more. The full version includes audio tracks, powerpoint lessons, print-outs and more.
tbrads90
KS3 Music Teacher Resource Pack

KS3 Music Teacher Resource Pack

Perfect for NQT students or experienced teachers. This should cover a good part of your year! If you’re big in to musical futures or want to teach a few different instruments to your class this pack includes lessons for keyboard, guitar, ukulele, drums, singing, the lot… Includes; Blues, Music In Advertising, Classical/Baroque, Film Music, Pop Music and Rock Music 7 Self-Made Games: Note Rush, Count Down Chords & Uke Hero and more… 20 Resources worth £50 for HALF the price!
tbrads90
TUNED / BOOMWHACKER | 5 Rock Songs

TUNED / BOOMWHACKER | 5 Rock Songs

Includes 2 introduction lessons and then 5 songs to play. Intended for half/full term. Clear colour coding, instructions and design. Aimed at usage with KS2-3 pupils. Keep in mind, these are not the full songs, however, if you change the lyrics for each verse you can repeat what you need to play it. Bon Jovi - Living On A Prayer Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit Queen - We Are The Champion The Ramones - Blitzkreig Bop Journey - Don’t Stop Believing This is also part of a bundle with 10 other Pop and Film songs. FONT: If using the PowerPoint Presentation and not the PDF then you may need to install the fonts inside the .zip file provided
tbrads90
UKULELE PACK

UKULELE PACK

Everything you should need for the whole year! 1. Getting Started 2. Uke Hero [GAME] 3. Chord Book 4. 6 Pop Songs 5. Jazz & Blues 6. Disney Songs 7. Count Down Chords [GAME] Reduction of £5.25!
tbrads90
BOOMWHACKER | Getting Started

BOOMWHACKER | Getting Started

I use this to introduce the boomwhackers to primary and secondary pupils. There is 2+ lessons worth of material covering scale, chords, melody and rhythm. 3 songs are used throughout the lessons and everything is colour-coded to match the Boomwhackers. Songs are from The Sound of Music, The Ramones and Journey. If you are using the Powerpoints you will need to install font font included inside the .zip file. If you are having issues then contact me through the Sticks, Keys & Frets: Teaching Resources Facebook page.
tbrads90
Superheroes! Assembly

Superheroes! Assembly

‘Superheroes!’ is one of a series of outstanding assemblies created for primary school children, which includes full script songs and prayers with a part for every child. This assembly is ready to go! ‘Superheroes’ links with many areas of the National Curriculum, including the: English, Music, Drama, History and PSHE spheres, with a theme that is rooted in upstanding values and is relevant to the children’s everyday lives and interests - including a healthy ‘self-esteem’ injection for all! This assembly is all about recognising the ‘superhero’ in you, giving each child the chance to shine by stating their own unique ‘superhero’ power - from amazing reading skill or artistic genius to the sports star or reliable friend. This assembly also teaches to spot the ‘superhero’ in others and to be thankful for those who support and save us in a hundred little ways every day. There is a part for every child - whether acting, singing, dancing or leading a prayer! Plans created by an Ofsted Good - Outstanding primary school teacher - History and Drama coordinator with over ten years of experience. These outstanding assemblies have consistently engage and excited all 30 performers in class… and have even got the adults in the audience up on their feet!
MissAndrews1983
SAMBA | 5 Samba Topics

SAMBA | 5 Samba Topics

Topics Include: 1. Amazon Samba 2. Dinosaur Samba 3. Caribbean Samba 4. Reggae Samba 5. Solar System Samba Each idea can be easily expanded to last a few weeks or a half-term. All 5 topics come with 3-5 sections, including; Break section, Groove section and Call & Response section At keystage 3-4 it is possible to complete in one lesson but you are more than likely going to want to expand the topic over a full half-term, in which case, some pieces you will also find songs to go with them, games you can play and - obviously - you can swap pupils round 5 times until they have been on each instrument [5 weeks]. The full book includes Audio files, how to learn, teach and lead Samba, more call & response and break patterns, alternate rhythms and exercises, songs for Samba, etc. Note: Any issues, contact me through the Sticks, Keys & Frets: Teaching Resources page on Facebook.
tbrads90
SAMBA | Teaching & Leading Samba [Pack]

SAMBA | Teaching & Leading Samba [Pack]

This 35 page Samba book covers how to teach, learn and lead Samba. From reading music notation (rhythm) to piecing together your first performance. Each piece has a different theme and gives you the freedom to make your own version. 10 Samba Pieces 10 Songs for Samba 10 Warm-up Ideas 10 Call & Responses 10 Breaks 5 Audio Examples 5 Ready-Made Lessons [PDF] 5 Music Games 4 Pages of alternative rhythms 3 Pages of Grid Method rhythms 3 Templates for making your own 1 Print-out Poster [rhythm circle] NOTE: Make sure you install all the fonts after unzipping the fonts.zip folder to ensure that all Powerpoints look as intended/created. If you have any issues with any files (or would like the PowerPoint versions) then please contact me through Sticks, Keys & Frets: Teaching Resources on Facebook.
tbrads90
General Music Lesson Plans Bundle!

General Music Lesson Plans Bundle!

A complete bundle of musical games, songs and activities perfect for the Preschool classroom through First Grade. Age adjustments are listed for each song/lesson. All music is public domain and recordings are easily attainable for free online. Please note these lessons do not include recordings. These plans are formatted for printing and sending home - please note that purchasing this bundle allows printing for one classroom only. It is not permissible to distribute to multiple classrooms or schools. If you work in more than one school building you must purchase enough bundles for each school. Thank you for adhering to copyright laws!
GracieRae
3 part Tuned and Hand Percussion performance exercise/project

3 part Tuned and Hand Percussion performance exercise/project

Use these slides to develop your classes ability to play in a small ensemble using small classroom percussion instruments. You could use this as a ongoing project building upon skills each class or as a one off performance project. Easily tailored for all ability levels, links to time signatures and rhythm. Year1-6
pjralls91
TUNED / KEYBOARD  | 4 Film Pieces for KS2

TUNED / KEYBOARD | 4 Film Pieces for KS2

Print and get pupils to fill in the notes or add them before photocopying. Four simplified tunes for KS2 pupils including: 1. Harry Potter * 2. The Lion King 3. How To Train Your Dragon 4. Star Wars *missing first note on purpose due to missing the lower note on most primary school glockenspiels / tuned percussion.
tbrads90
A-Z Musical Instruments Poster Pack Bundle

A-Z Musical Instruments Poster Pack Bundle

This super bundle of musical instruments contains 36 posters and four PowerPoint presentations from the popular A-Z Musical instruments Poster Pack. Along with the original 26 A-Z posters are ten more brass instruments from the expansion pack. A perfect way to spruce up the music room, use for classification and aural lessons or for visual identification of unusual instruments.
OzFlynx
Music display pack- instruments, orchestra, notes

Music display pack- instruments, orchestra, notes

This Music pack is great for KS1 and KS2. It contains lots of ideas and display materials which would look great in a music room or in a music area in your classroom. The pictures and ideas would also be great for music lessons and discussions. The pack includes: A display title 'Music' which is decorated with music notes, Black and white drawings of lots of different musical instruments used in an orchestra- these have the instrument name on as well, A4 sized pictures of the instruments- these are great for displays and also for the children to colour in, Black and white and colour drawings of classroom percussion instruments, Two different music themed display borders- one with music and the other with small drawings of instruments- these can be printed as many times as you need for a display board of any size, Pictures of music notes and their names, Some simple rhymes to get you started, and a blank bordered page for you to write your own rhymes- these would look good made up in a book, Some idea lesson cards for teaching rhythm etc, Information cards about the different types of instruments, lots of question cards with questions to think about when listening to music- these would be good as prompt cards when listening to music in class or for display in a listening area in the classroom, Lots of cards with music themed words- these are all decorated with music.
robbyn
Winter Editable Interactive Game for Google Slides Create Your Own-Bundles #1 and 2

Winter Editable Interactive Game for Google Slides Create Your Own-Bundles #1 and 2

Free up your time with these ready made interactive games. Just plug in what you want to review and you are ready to go! Students will love playing these Winter-themed interactive games that you create for them on these Google Slides game templates. They are perfect for creating games for all subject areas. This bundle includes: Winter Work- Create Your Own Game Snow Much Fun-Create Your Own Game Snow Day- Create Your Own Game Let it Snow-Create Your Own Game Downhill Dash-Create Your Own Game Winter Wonderland- Create Your Own Game Skate On- Create Your Own Game Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow-Create Your Own Game Create Your Own Games are editable, self-correcting, interactive winter themed games designed for Google Slides. It allows students go on a virtual adventure visiting outdoor winter scenes to help the children with practicing their skills and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. This is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom and differentiate instruction. Simply type your questions and answers (or pictures and answers) in to the game template on Google Slides in “edit” mode and play in “present” mode! Create games on the level of what your class needs to practice. You can edit and make several games using the four included versions of the game (and change the questions to make more games!) You decide what words or problems to put in the game. All of the questions are multiple choice. The hidden objects are moved in each of the four versions in each game to make it more exciting for the kids. The editable part of these games is the spaces that say “type here” only. Everything else in the game cannot be changed. *PLEASE NOTE: You must have Google Slides on your computer to use this product. This product is for personal use only and may not be resold commercially. The finished game can be played as a whole group, small group or individually as it is self-correcting. What’s included: Google Slides links to four versions of each game. Directions for editing a “Create a Game” template using words Directions for editing a “Create a Game” template using pictures and words Suggestions for Gameplay Scoring Sheets Score cards
cathyscoolcreations
Winter Editable Interactive Game for Google Slides Create Your Own-Bundle #2

Winter Editable Interactive Game for Google Slides Create Your Own-Bundle #2

Free up your time with these ready made interactive games. Just plug in what you want to review and you are ready to go! Students will love playing these Winter-themed interactive games that you create for them on these Google Slides game templates. They are perfect for creating games for all subject areas. This bundle includes: Downhill Dash-Create Your Own Game Winter Wonderland- Create Your Own Game Skate On- Create Your Own Game Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow-Create Your Own Game Create Your Own Games are editable, self-correcting, interactive winter themed games designed for Google Slides. It allows students go on a virtual adventure visiting outdoor winter scenes to help the children with practicing their skills and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. This is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom and differentiate instruction. Simply type your questions and answers (or pictures and answers) in to the game template on Google Slides in “edit” mode and play in “present” mode! Create games on the level of what your class needs to practice. You can edit and make several games using the four included versions of the game (and change the questions to make more games!) You decide what words or problems to put in the game. All of the questions are multiple choice. The hidden objects are moved in each of the four versions in each game to make it more exciting for the kids. The editable part of these games is the spaces that say “type here” only. Everything else in the game cannot be changed. *PLEASE NOTE: You must have Google Slides on your computer to use this product. This product is for personal use only and may not be resold commercially. The finished game can be played as a whole group, small group or individually as it is self-correcting. What’s included: Google Slides links to four versions of each game. Directions for editing a “Create a Game” template using words Directions for editing a “Create a Game” template using pictures and words Suggestions for Gameplay Scoring Sheets Score cards
cathyscoolcreations
Winter Editable Interactive Game for Google Slides Create Your Own-Bundle #1

Winter Editable Interactive Game for Google Slides Create Your Own-Bundle #1

Free up your time with these ready made interactive games. Just plug in what you want to review and you are ready to go! Students will love playing these Winter-themed interactive games that you create for them on these Google Slides game templates. They are perfect for creating games for all subject areas. This bundle includes: Winter Work- Create Your Own Game Snow Much Fun-Create Your Own Game Snow Day- Create Your Own Game Let it Snow-Create Your Own Game Create Your Own Games are editable, self-correcting, interactive winter themed games designed for Google Slides. It allows students go on a virtual adventure visiting outdoor winter scenes to help the children with practicing their skills and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. This is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom and differentiate instruction. Simply type your questions and answers (or pictures and answers) in to the game template on Google Slides in “edit” mode and play in “present” mode! Create games on the level of what your class needs to practice. You can edit and make several games using the four included versions of the game (and change the questions to make more games!) You decide what words or problems to put in the game. All of the questions are multiple choice. The hidden objects are moved in each of the four versions in each game to make it more exciting for the kids. The editable part of these games is the spaces that say “type here” only. Everything else in the game cannot be changed. *PLEASE NOTE: You must have Google Slides on your computer to use this product. This product is for personal use only and may not be resold commercially. The finished game can be played as a whole group, small group or individually as it is self-correcting. What’s included: Google Slides links to four versions of each game. Directions for editing a “Create a Game” template using words Directions for editing a “Create a Game” template using pictures and words Suggestions for Gameplay Scoring Sheets Score cards
cathyscoolcreations
Editable Interactive Game for Google Slides- Winter Wonderland Create a Game

Editable Interactive Game for Google Slides- Winter Wonderland Create a Game

Free up your time with these ready made interactive games. Just plug in what you want to review and you are ready to go! Students will love playing Winter Wonderland, a Winter-themed interactive game that you create for them on these Google Slides game templates. They are perfect for creating games for all subject areas. Winter Wonderland-Create Your Own Game is an editable, self-correcting, interactive winter themed game designed for Google Slides. It allows students go on a virtual adventure visiting an outdoor winter scene to help the children with practicing their skills and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. This is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom and differentiate instruction. Simply type your questions and answers (or pictures and answers) in to the game template on Google Slides in “edit” mode and play in “present” mode! Create games on the level of what your class needs to practice. You can edit and make several games using the four included versions of the game (and change the questions to make more games!) You decide what words or problems to put in the game. All of the questions are multiple choice. The hidden objects are moved in each of the four versions to make it more exciting for the kids. The editable part of these games is the spaces that say “type here” only. Everything else in the game cannot be changed. *PLEASE NOTE: You must have Google Slides on your computer to use this product. This product is for personal use only and may not be resold commercially. The finished game can be played as a whole group, small group or individually as it is self-correcting. What’s included: Google Slides links to four versions of this game. Directions for editing a “Create a Game” template using words Directions for editing a “Create a Game” template using pictures and words Suggestions for Gameplay Scoring Sheets Score cards
cathyscoolcreations
Editable Interactive Game for Google Slides- Snow Day Create a Game

Editable Interactive Game for Google Slides- Snow Day Create a Game

Free up your time with these ready made interactive games. Just plug in what you want to review and you are ready to go! Students will love playing Snow Day, a Winter-themed interactive game that you create for them on these Google Slides game templates. They are perfect for creating games for all subject areas. Snow Day-Create Your Own Game is an editable, self-correcting, interactive winter themed game designed for Google Slides. It allows students go on a virtual adventure visiting an outdoor winter scene to help the children with practicing their skills and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. This is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom and differentiate instruction. Simply type your questions and answers (or pictures and answers) in to the game template on Google Slides in “edit” mode and play in “present” mode! Create games on the level of what your class needs to practice. You can edit and make several games using the four included versions of the game (and change the questions to make more games!) You decide what words or problems to put in the game. All of the questions are multiple choice. The hidden objects are moved in each of the four versions to make it more exciting for the kids. The editable part of these games is the spaces that say “type here” only. Everything else in the game cannot be changed. *PLEASE NOTE: You must have Google Slides on your computer to use this product. This product is for personal use only and may not be resold commercially. The finished game can be played as a whole group, small group or individually as it is self-correcting. What’s included: Google Slides links to four versions of this game. Directions for editing a “Create a Game” template using words Directions for editing a “Create a Game” template using pictures and words Suggestions for Gameplay Scoring Sheets Score cards
cathyscoolcreations
Editable Interactive Game for Google Slides- Winter Work Create a Game

Editable Interactive Game for Google Slides- Winter Work Create a Game

Free up your time with these ready made interactive games. Just plug in what you want to review and you are ready to go! Students will love playing Winter Work, a Winter-themed interactive game that you create for them on these Google Slides game templates. They are perfect for creating games for all subject areas. Winter Work-Create Your Own Game is an editable, self-correcting, interactive winter themed game designed for Google Slides. It allows students go on a virtual adventure visiting an outdoor winter scene to help the children with practicing their skills and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. This is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom and differentiate instruction. Simply type your questions and answers (or pictures and answers) in to the game template on Google Slides in “edit” mode and play in “present” mode! Create games on the level of what your class needs to practice. You can edit and make several games using the four included versions of the game (and change the questions to make more games!) You decide what words or problems to put in the game. All of the questions are multiple choice. The hidden objects are moved in each of the four versions to make it more exciting for the kids. The editable part of these games is the spaces that say “type here” only. Everything else in the game cannot be changed. *PLEASE NOTE: You must have Google Slides on your computer to use this product. This product is for personal use only and may not be resold commercially. The finished game can be played as a whole group, small group or individually as it is self-correcting. What’s included: Google Slides links to four versions of this game. Directions for editing a “Create a Game” template using words Directions for editing a “Create a Game” template using pictures and words Suggestions for Gameplay Scoring Sheets Score cards
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