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Guess the musical instrument

Guess the musical instrument

this is a powerpoint quiz where the children listen to a sound and have to click on the picture that they think corresponds with the sound that they have heard. my class really enjoyed this game and it was a nice finish to the lesson.
sarahcon
Associated Board Ready-Made Timetable

Associated Board Ready-Made Timetable

This will save whoever has to do the timetabling hours - when you add the instrument and grade, the spreadsheet automatically adds the length of the exam, the fee, and the time the next exam starts. It also calculates the total number of candidates, total fees due, and total duration of the exams. It automatically updates the date, so if changes are made, the print out will announce the 'correct as of' date. It is very snazzy and a labour of love. Let me know your thoughts and if you have any suggestions for improvement. Do double-check everything though, because it is so easy to accidentally change formulae in excel and therefore mess the whole thing up.
brilliantpianist
Singalong

Singalong

A selection of kids favourite songs on Powerpoint so that you can play it on your IWB.
Loz12
Global Music Lesson Plans from Oxfam

Global Music Lesson Plans from Oxfam

Bring a global dimension to your classroom with our Oxjam Global Music Lesson Plans. This selection of easy-to-use activities are for Primary and Secondary teaching. Pick and choose from 20 stand-alone lesson plans that bring Education for Global Citizenship to all areas of Music teaching.
iallen
Science corner - making a rainstick

Science corner - making a rainstick

This lesson plan was written by Sophie Duncan, science project manager at the BBC. The article first appeared in TES Teacher magazine in May 2002. This lesson plan looks at how to make your own rainstick, a musical instrument that when turned upside down makes sound like the rain
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