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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
Key Stage 3 Music Cover Booklet

Key Stage 3 Music Cover Booklet

Booklet for cover work for Key Stage 3 Music lessons. Each activity/page should last at least an hour (I have used them for this long). Includes 5 tasks - elements of music description, designing your own radio show, musical futures/band work, film music and writing your own pop or rap song. Could easily cover five theoretical lessons (cover, removal, difficult classes, etc.) Does not need a Music classroom to complete. Just need to print booklet and give to a student with paper! Suitable for non-specialist teachers as well.
EmmaLanney
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
The Wonder Pod Toolkit

The Wonder Pod Toolkit

The Wonder Pod Toolkit is an exciting young person centred resource using innovative technologies with fun workshops to enable everyone to learn new skills and form healthy friendships through creativity. The kit includes warm up games, one off activities and extended projects/lesson plans utilising the technology introduced earlier in the kit. Each activity explains the ideal group size, time needed, equipment you will need and the skills that will be developed - from team building and leadership to just pure fun! This kit is perfect for music, media and drama teachers who are looking to introduce technology into their classes. It's also a great way to try something new!
zoe_dowler
Scary Music Composition Lesson 5/&6 - Silence and Heartbeats & Assessment

Scary Music Composition Lesson 5/&6 - Silence and Heartbeats & Assessment

The fifth (and sixth if you prefer) lesson on composing music to create or influence mood, and introduction of musical elements and keywords. The focus is on the use of silence and sound effects such as heartbeats. Also includes two slides on peer assessment for the end/another lesson. Created for use with Logic Pro X but easily adaptable.
maybeshescrazy
Scary Music Composition Lesson 2 - Chromaticism

Scary Music Composition Lesson 2 - Chromaticism

The second lesson or first proper introduction to music to create or influence mood, and introduction of musical elements and keywords. The focus is on chromatic notes and scales. Created for use with Logic Pro X but easily adaptable.
maybeshescrazy
Google Slides Game-Interactive Rhythm Mia's Mystical Measures-Sixteenth notes

Google Slides Game-Interactive Rhythm Mia's Mystical Measures-Sixteenth notes

Mia's Mystical Measures is an interactive rhythm game designed for Google Slides or Adobe PDF. This Halloween or Spooky game is to help students practice reading musical rhythms and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. These rhythm patterns include quarter, eighth, half and sixteenth notes. Mia,the black cat, has lost her friends. Students must choose from children in costume in each scene to find the friends. They must say or play the simple 4 beat rhythm to keep looking. There are enough examples to have a whole class have at least one turn. This Google Slides game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet/computer/ Chromebook for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom and differentiate instruction! This game is dedicated to my rescue cat Mia! Included in this game is the Google Slides version with instructions and the Adobe PDF to be played using Adobe Reader or other PDF applications.
cathyscoolcreations
Google Slides-Interactive Recorder BAG Game- Mia's Moonlight Melodies

Google Slides-Interactive Recorder BAG Game- Mia's Moonlight Melodies

Mia's Moonlight Melodies is a Recorder game to help students practice reading notes and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. These recorder patterns include the notes B,A and G. Mia,the black cat, has lost her friends. Students must choose from children in costume in each scene to find the friends. They must play the simple 4 beat melody to keep looking. There are enough examples to have a whole class have at least one turn, giving your students opportunities to practice reading musical notes B,A, and G. This Google Slides game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet/computer/chromebook for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom and differentiate instruction! This game is dedicated to my rescue cat Mia! Included in this game is the Google Slides version with instructions and the Adobe PDF to be played using Adobe Reader.
cathyscoolcreations