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Music Decor - AQUA AND GRAY - Ensemble and Participants Posters

Music Decor - AQUA AND GRAY - Ensemble and Participants Posters

Looking for a way to spruce up your room this year? Look no further! The Aqua and Gray collection is for you! When you add a music teacher decoration set your room will shine! This set provides you with posters for your room for Ensembles and Participants! I needed a way for my students to visually understand the difference between musician, composer, etc. and this was the perfect solution! Now this set also includes two version with a greater variety in ethnicities in the clipart kids. Mix and match to meet your needs! In addition they come in 1 and 4 per page sizes :) This is included in the Aqua and Gray Music Decor Bundle Included in this File (Download the preview for a closer look at each!): • Ensemble Posters - solo, duet, trio, quarter, quintet, sextet, septet, octet, etc. • Participants Posters - musician, composer, conductor, arranger, sound engineer, etc. • Blank versions for you to edit to your needs. • All in portrait and landscape. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Music Decor - AQUA AND GRAY - Instrument Posters - Orchestra, Orff, and World!

Music Decor - AQUA AND GRAY - Instrument Posters - Orchestra, Orff, and World!

Looking for a way to spruce up your room this year? Look no further! The Aqua and Gray collection is for you! When you add a music teacher decoration set your room will shine! This instrument poster set provides you with posters for instruments in the woodwind, brass, percussion, and string families as well as Orff, African, Chinese, and Indonesian. Each poster comes in landscape and portrait for your convenience. Blank slides and links to matching fonts included! This is included in the Aqua and Gray Music Decor Bundle Included in this File (Download the preview for a closer look at each!): • Woodwind Family Instrument Posters. • Brass Family Instrument Posters. • String Family Instrument Posters. • Percussion Family Instrument Posters • Orff Instrument Posters • African Instrument Posters • Indonesian Instrument Posters • Chinese Instrument Posters • Blank versions for you to edit to your needs. • All in portrait and landscape. (Note - page count is for one version.) • All in 1 per page, 4 per page, 6 per page, 9 per page, and 16 per page - use as instrument labels! Note You are purchasing a document that links to a file in the cloud because of file size restrictions. Please email me at shelley@pitchpublications.com with any problems. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Music Decor - AQUA AND GRAY - Music Rules Posters, Tattling, and more!

Music Decor - AQUA AND GRAY - Music Rules Posters, Tattling, and more!

Looking for a way to spruce up your room this year? Look no further! The Aqua and Gray collection is for you! When you add a music teacher decoration set your room will shine! This set provides you with posters for your rules based on the word MUSIC, a Tattling Guide for students, Before you Speak, THINK, and more! Each poster comes in a variety of styles and in landscape and portrait for your convenience. Blank slides and links to matching font links included! Now this set also includes two version with a greater variety in ethnicities in the clipart kids. Mix and match to meet your needs! This is included in the Aqua and Gray Music Decor Bundle Included in this File (Download the preview for a closer look at each!): • Rules based on the word MUSIC. • Marzano-like scale for understanding (i.e. 1 - need help up to 5 - I could teach it). (Also going the other way - 5 to 1) • Give Me Five - quick reminder to students for eyes up, ears listening, mouth closed, hands still, feet quiet. • A poster for “First thing, write your name!” • A series of posters for what to do if a student says “I Don’t Know.” • Posters for “Before you speak, THINK!” • Posters for guidelines for a “No-Tattling” Zone (no tattling posters) • Blank versions for you to edit to your needs. • All in portrait and landscape. • All in 4 to a page as well if you have a small space.
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Music Decor - AQUA AND GRAY - Dynamics Posters (Elements of Music)

Music Decor - AQUA AND GRAY - Dynamics Posters (Elements of Music)

Looking for a way to spruce up your room this year? Look no further! The Aqua and Gray collection is for you! When you add a music teacher decoration set your room will shine! This music decor set provides you with posters for your room for Dynamics! I have included a set with and without definitions. I also included them in 1/4 page size as well! This is included in the Aqua and Gray Music Decor Bundle Included in this File (Download the preview for a closer look at each!): • Dynamics posters. • Dynamics posters with definitions. (with both quiet and soft) • Blank versions for you to edit to your needs. • All in portrait and landscape and 4 per page. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Music Decor - AQUA AND GRAY - Curwen Solfege Hand Signs, Diatonic & Chromatic

Music Decor - AQUA AND GRAY - Curwen Solfege Hand Signs, Diatonic & Chromatic

Looking for a way to spruce up your room this year? Look no further! The Aqua and Gray collection is for you! When you add a music teacher decoration set your room will shine! This set provides you with solfege posters for your room with the Curwen solfege hand signs! I have included diatonic and chromatic signs in both landscape and portrait versions. The set also includes 4 different skin tones - mix and match as you please! This is included in the Aqua and Gray Music Decor Bundle Included in this File (Download the preview for a closer look at each!): • Solfege hand sign posters in portrait (4 skin tones). • Solfege hand sign posters in landscape (4 skin tones) • Blank versions for you to edit to your needs. • Chromatics with several variations (download preview for more details and list of pitches). • All in 4 per page versions too.
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Orchestra Instruments Posters

Orchestra Instruments Posters

A set of posters showing a various instruments found in an orchestra. See also ‘Orchestra Instruments PowerPoint’. Visit www.knightowleducation.com for more EYFS and KS1 resources.
jbrigg
Orchestra Instruments

Orchestra Instruments

A PowerPoint giving information about the different sections of the orchestra. See also Orchestra Instruments Posters. Visit www.knightowleducation.com for more EYFS and KS1 resources.
jbrigg
The Greatest Showman 10 minute medley

The Greatest Showman 10 minute medley

This is a 10 minute medley that I have edited and produced. It would be great for a school performance or an assembly activity. The songs included (in order) are: The greatest show, Million Dreams, This is Me and Come Alive. There are 3 files to this resource: The Song Sheet the lyrics are in two colours, Black for solo singing parts that can be split to suit your group and Blue for the ensemble parts. The Medley MP3 This is a medley arranged by myself, it is a backing track but the original singers remain for the ensemble parts just to give the kids a bit of help. The Medley with singing MP3 I have recorded the song with vocals to show where the solo parts come in. I performed this medley with KS1 and Lower KS2 children. I split the solo parts into 3-4 lines each child, either alone or in little groups. They had no trouble learning their parts and the added ensemble vocals gave the volume needed for the big chorus parts. Please leave a review and happy singing!
rosie_m
There Was A Princess Long Ago

There Was A Princess Long Ago

A PowerPoint for the song ‘There was a princess long ago’. Can be used to support Phase 1 Phonics or as a circle game with actions. Visit www.knightowl.education for more EYFS and KS1 resources.
jbrigg
PROCESSIONS Women’s Suffrage, democracy and gender equality exploration

PROCESSIONS Women’s Suffrage, democracy and gender equality exploration

Inspired by the ideas, themes and history behind PROCESSIONS https://www.processions.co.uk/, our aim is for this resource to be a starting point for your pupils/students to explore and learn about the history of Women’s Suffrage, democracy and gender equality. We have created some simple and easy to follow activities to include in your teaching plans, which will encourage your pupils/students to develop historical knowledge and awareness of Women’s Suffrage as well as offering an opportunity to discuss gender equality within today’s context. Activities encourage responses through discussion, movement, debate, music and visual art. The resources are primarily designed for Years 5-8 in England and Wales, Years 6-9 in Northern Ireland and P6-S2 in Scotland, but they’re easily accessible for lower and upper age ranges. We want to encourage your pupils/students to explore their own views and opinions on gender equality today, as well as gaining an understanding about the importance of democracy and using your vote. Only 57% of 18-19-year olds voted in the last election (source YouGov website) and we want this project to encourage young people to vote in the future and inspire them to have their voice heard. This resource pack provides creative ideas as to how to work with your pupils/students. It is modular so it can be followed through from beginning to end or activities can be picked out and used individually. At times you might work with the class as a whole and at other times you may task smaller groups with the different activities provided. We have suggested subject links as part of each activity to help make useful connections with your teaching plans. These activities when paired with our banner-making toolkits will give your students/pupils stimuli and inspiration for the content of their banners. We would love schools to take part in the PROCESSIONS on the 10th of June, but acknowledge that this may not be possible for all, so we want to stress that this pack can be used before or after the event and used to inspire pupils, students and teachers using the themes and ideas behind PROCESSIONS. Produced by Artichoke and commissioned by 14-18 NOW, the UK’s arts programme for the First World War centenary, PROCESSIONS will commemorate 100 years since the first women in the UK won the vote. On Sunday 10th June 2018, thousands of women and girls, those who identify as women and non- binary individuals, will form four epic processions in the four political capitals of the UK – Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh and London. Given green, white or violet to wear, the colours of the suffrage movement whose initials stood for “Give Women Votes”, they will together create waves of colour as they celebrate the centenary of women’s suffrage.
louise_dennison1
Report Card Comments: Music

Report Card Comments: Music

These are the report card comments that I use when teaching Music to Grade 1 through 4 in Ontario, Canada. They are based on the Ontario Curriculum and cover the music strand of The Arts Curriculum document. They are 7 pages of comments, broken into high, medium and low skill level. This package includes a PDF (font protected) and a word doc (for you to edit - font and formatting may shift slightly).
mrstshoneybees
Alternative Music Theory Method: Note Values

Alternative Music Theory Method: Note Values

Use this resources if you need an interesting and interactive way to teach Music Theory. Ruth shares some imaginative tips and tricks to bring the exploration of note values to life and makes it accessible to all age groups and abilities. **Old Dog New Sticks 2. Note Values: ** Objective - to explore and become familiar with note values.
Rumax
A  'feel good' Song for KS1-KS2 Spring Assemblies

A 'feel good' Song for KS1-KS2 Spring Assemblies

This easy to learn song is perfect for rounding off a Class Assembly or just to sing in it’s own right. It comes with lyric sheet, backing track and vocal track. There is also a basic piano score for you to play if you prefer. The song is very catchy and you will have all the children wanting more. They could even add their own verses: What do we see? What can we do?
myrabarretto
Eurovision Final 2018 with Widgit Symbols

Eurovision Final 2018 with Widgit Symbols

Enjoy Eurovision with this symbol supported pack containing: Flashcards Key Words to support what you see during Eurovision. Bingo Listen out for the words on your card during each song. Get them all? Call BINGO! Match Countries Can you match the flags with the country shapes? Scorecard Score all the acts from the final - give points out of ten for each song and performance. Work out the total and give 12 points to your top scorer, then 10, then 8-1. How do your scores compare to the official ones? This resource was created in InPrint 3 Widgit Symbols supports vocabulary development across the primary curriculum for all students, as well as helping individuals with special needs, autism or speech and language difficulties.
Widgit_Software
Instruments of the orchestra (22 slides including information, images and interactive activities)

Instruments of the orchestra (22 slides including information, images and interactive activities)

A Power Point presentation (22 slides) containing information about the different instrument families of the orchestra, images of the main instruments in each family, and videos showing solo performances of each instrument. Highly informative and effective. I have used this resource with Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4. Pupils have been engaged throughout as they are able to see and hear the instruments being played.
joelle_t_94
Music Colouring Pages: Instrument Families of the Orchestra | Music Colouring Sheets

Music Colouring Pages: Instrument Families of the Orchestra | Music Colouring Sheets

These zentangle-inspired, colouring sheets of musical instruments of the orchestra are perfect for early finishers and sub plans. They are a coloring activity for students needing to wind down. I’ve just added bonus pages, where students label the instruments in each instrument family (see thumbnail above). April 2, 2018 These are great worksheets/activities to use and reuse in your substitute plans because you can color them differently every time. Students can get pretty creative with how they color and texture each page.They will look fabulous on your music bulletin board! There are 42 instrument/family pages and 2 versions of each colouring sheet: The instrument image The instrument image with question boxes where students write in: -Name of instrument -Instrument family Included: •Table of Contents & Coloring Ideas •Brass Family •Baritone •Cornet •French horn •Trombone •Tuba •Woodwind Family •Alto saxophone •Baritone saxophone •Bass clarinet •Bassoon •Clarinet •English horn •Flute •Oboe •Piccolo •Tenor saxophone •Percussion Family •Bass drum •Chime tree/mark tree •Cymbals •Gong •Marimba •Snare drum •Tambourine •Timpani •Triangle •Tubular bells/chimes •String family •Cello •Double bass •Viola •Violin •Keyboard family •Celesta •Piano •Harpsichord •Pipe organ
SillyOMusic
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
Buzzy buzzy bees! Counting song, adding one more

Buzzy buzzy bees! Counting song, adding one more

Here is a counting song that reinforces adding one more and the flowers and bees graphics boost number bonds. A fun song to sing, especially in the Spring or Summer term, and easy to add actions and movement! Vocabulary includes: one more, numbers 1 to 10. Bees, buzzy, buzzing, flowers, trees, honey.
suebleazard
Alternative Music Theory Method: Note Names

Alternative Music Theory Method: Note Names

Use this resources if you need an interesting and interactive way to teach Music Theory. Ruth shares some imaginative tips and tricks to bring the exploration of note names to life and makes it accessible to all age groups and abilities. **Old Dog New Sticks 1. Note Names: ** Objective - to explore and become familiar with note names in the Treble and Bass clef.
Rumax
Rhymes Galore (15) for EY/KS1

Rhymes Galore (15) for EY/KS1

Rhymes to chant, clap, act out and develop, promoting many learning areas: Literacy, Understanding the World, Communication Language, Expressive Arts & Design and Physical Development. Topics: mini-beasts, seaside, stars, castles, busy street, school, big & small, park and windy day. Guidance notes included for all. Save 50% with this bundle!
katewilliams_poetry
Piano Note Finder Snap

Piano Note Finder Snap

Match the musical notes on the piano to their letter names in this game of snap, aimed at young beginners. This game works best with two players. One take the letters and the other takes the piano images. Players must read the letter card and look at the piano image, using the pattern of the black notes to identify which note is highlighted. If the players’ cards match when placed, they can race to snap them! The download includes two versions; a single-sided set that you can print on thin card and a double-sided set that you can print on paper, then fold and laminate.
TeachingWEase
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
Space - Writing Frames & Action Rhymes - KS1-2

Space - Writing Frames & Action Rhymes - KS1-2

Shooting stars, planets & aliens feature in these space-themed Literacy activities. There are two action rhymes for EY/KS1 + 3 graded versions of a star picture-poem; for confident/older writers there are 2 fun, illustrated poetry frames of planet and alien respectively. Guidance notes for all. These are my own designs and rhymes, home-produced, hand-illustrated, successfully tested in schools.
katewilliams_poetry
'Hello Star!' Action Rhyme, with intro & development ideas, EYFS/KS1

'Hello Star!' Action Rhyme, with intro & development ideas, EYFS/KS1

This simple rhyme invites exciting whole-body actions, with scope for humour, drama, fantasy and expressive, imaginative movement. It includes a simile that can be exchanged for different ones in follow-on verses. The punchy rhythm and clear rhymes will help children develop an ear for rhyming couplets. While focusing minds on stars in space, it also prepares children for any writing task on the subject. The 1-sheet resource includes suggestions for warm-up and development, and lists of words to prompt for when swapping in new ones. The activity supports the learning areas of Literacy, Expressive Arts & Design, Physical Development, Communication and Language, and Understanding the World.
katewilliams_poetry
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
Eco Assembly Song for Primary School

Eco Assembly Song for Primary School

This is a catchy and simple to learn song that is a great way to end a Primary class or school assembly. The message is that we all live in special world and we must look after it; not wasting paper or polluting the air. Can we make a difference YES! YES! YES! It has been tried and tested and comes with a piano score, lyric sheet and vibrant backing and vocal tracks.
myrabarretto
Music Coloring Pages: 15 Music Coloring Sheets with a MAGIC Theme

Music Coloring Pages: 15 Music Coloring Sheets with a MAGIC Theme

Reinforce and review music theory note and rest names with these colorful music worksheets: COLOR by MUSIC NOTES and RESTS. Suitable for grades 2-4 Excellent for your revision or review Music Lessons Once completed they make a beautiful display in your music classroom This set contains 15 MAGIC themed MUSIC Coloring Worksheets! ♫ ♫ Coloring sheets are such a favorite with young musicians ♫ ♫ The 15 coloring pages consist of the following music symbols: ** Whole note ** Whole rest ** Half note ** Half rest ** Quarter note ** Quarter rest ** Eighth note ** Eighth rest An excellent addition to your music sub tub
AussieMusicTeacher
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.
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