Naming InstrumentsQuick View
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Naming Instruments

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Three matching games to help children to become familiar with the names of an increasing variety of different instruments: Classroom Percussion Matchup - 18 of the most-used, untuned classroom percussion instruments to match with the correct name Instruments Matchup - 24 instruments of levelled difficulty (green - easy, amber - harder, red - tricky) to match with the correct name Samba Instruments Matchup - 6 Bateria instruments to match to the correct name and correct beater
Percussion Instruments Times Table ActivityQuick View
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Percussion Instruments Times Table Activity

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Worksheet combining music and times tables. Solve the times table problems to crack the code and spell out the names of percussion instruments. 2 worksheets provided. Answers provided on a separate sheet. Great starter or plenary activity - allows for numeracy and literacy development across the curriculum. Worksheet presented in an appealing way with a musical border.
True or False Quiz - Percussion InstrumentsQuick View
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True or False Quiz - Percussion Instruments

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True or false quiz about percussion instruments. Questions cover instrument names, key features of percussion instruments and how they make a sound, and percussion instrument history as well as key facts about material and structure. Answers provided on a separate sheet. Great plenary activity to assess student learning. Great cross-curricular activity of developing literacy skills in other subjects.
Musical Pairs - PERCUSSIONQuick View
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Musical Pairs - PERCUSSION

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MUSICAL PAIRS GAMES are a great way to introduce your students to the Instruments of the Orchestra! The 3 levels are graded for all abilities and ages: Level 1 – pictures only Level 2 – pictures and names Level 3 – names only (to be played with Level 1 cards) Ideal for music centres and early finishers…just cut out, fold, laminate and enjoy!** Includes: Pairs Cards Levels 1,2,3 Teacher’s Notes Cover 13 pages
Instruments  SOWQuick View
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Instruments SOW

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Resorces covering Percussion instruments ( Identiftying percussion , identifying tuned and untined instruments) Instruments of the Orchestra (Idintifying the different sections, role of a conductor, the instruments etc.) Listening and identifying the different instruments of the Orchestra available on the weblink
Instrumental Families Cut and Stick ActivityQuick View
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Instrumental Families Cut and Stick Activity

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Cut and stick worksheet on instrumental families. Children are given 24 different musical instruments and a table with the following four sections: woodwind - brass - percussion - strings. Children are to cut out the 24 musical instrument names and organise them into the correct place in the table. Aim to help children recall and learn the name of different musical instruments and which instrumental family they belong to. Great starter or plenary activity.
Watch This Space! FIND 4 PUZZLE - FIRST PERCUSSIONQuick View
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Watch This Space! FIND 4 PUZZLE - FIRST PERCUSSION

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WATCH THIS SPACE is a collection of music ideas & activities specially selected and created for the socially-distanced classroom FIND 4 is a fun little puzzle game that helps to teach students to recognise and name common classroom percussion instruments. Includes: 8 instrument pictures Teacher’s Notes 4 pages
Music Instruments BundleQuick View
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Music Instruments Bundle

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A great bundle of resources to introduce your students to the four instrument families - Brass, Strings, Woodwind, Percussion. Great to support classroom teaching, sub tubs, homework, extension work. Instrument Families 4 Handouts, 12 Worksheets and Answer sheets. One information Handout and worksheet for each family. 7 extra worksheets looking at all of the instruments. Odd One Out Instruments Crossword What Instrument Am I? Matching Instruments Instruments Hidden Message Word Search (extra version with word bank) Unscramble Hidden Message Word Search Instrument Families - Cut and Paste Activity Instruments Memory Game Looking for a fun way to introduce music instruments and instrument families to your students? These 48 bright colorful picture cards and 48 instrument name cards can be used in a variety of ways with single students, pairs or small groups. Memory game instructions are included, along with 7 variations to keep students entertained no matter what knowledge level. Or simply use the picture cards as flashcards for students to name the instrument. Back design included - print back to back for a professional look. Print and laminate for a lasting resource. Instruments Flashcards and Posters Colourful cards and posters displaying 48 different musical instruments. 5 large instrument family posters - String, Brass, Wind & Percussion (2 pages) - each family in a different colour. 48 individual posters and flashcards - in colors to match the instrument family posters. Print 2 copies of the small flashcards to create a card memory game. Game instructions included. Laminate for a lasting resource. Check out the preview to see all included sheets.
Musical Instruments - Orchestral and OthersQuick View
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Musical Instruments - Orchestral and Others

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PLEASE READ THIS INFORMATION CAREFULLY! This is a seven slide powerpoint document with fully embedded instrumental sounds. This has been made using the latest version of Powerpoint. YOU WILL ONLY ACCESS SOUND BITES ON PRESENTATION. All instrumental sounds are fully embedded so that when you select an instrument it will play the corresponding sound. YOU WILL NOT SEE ANY VISIBLE SOUND FILES ON DOWN LOAD - THIS IS ABSOLUTELY AS IT SHOULD BE! Each slide will only reveal the family name and instrumental name on click and in PRESENTATION MODE. This means that each family slide could be played with instrument sounds only if you wish. Each slide has clear images of the instruments. Slides are divided into orchestral families: String : Violin Viola 'Cello Double Bass Guitar & Harp Woodwind: Picc, Flute, Oboe, Cor, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Bassoon & Contra Brass: Trumpet, Trombone, Horn, Euph & Tuba Percussion 1 (untuned): Claves, Triangle, Bass drum, Snare drum, Cymbals & Timps Percussion 2 (tuned): Xylo, Glock & Marimba Keyboards: Piano, Harpsichord, Celeste, Synth & Organ This is really useful for a range of activities linked to the aural recognition of instrumental timbre as well as visual identification. I have used this with Key Stage 3 and 4. PLEASE REMEMBER : 1. You will need the latest version of powerpoint . 2. You WILL NOT SEE music files on download. 3. YOU MUST be in presentation mode to activate the sound files. Many thanks
Perscussion Instruments Picture Cards or LabelsQuick View
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Perscussion Instruments Picture Cards or Labels

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A set of 30 cards, each featuring the name of a percussion instrument and an image of it. I printed these on card and laminated them and I have used them in many different ways; here are some examples: Sorting activities: encourage children to become more familiar with the instruments and calling them by the correct name by inviting them to sort them according to their own or pre-defined criteria, e.g. tuned/untuned, metal/wooden… Children select a card at the start of a lesson…this is the instrument they will be using (saves arguments and also prevents against six sets of cymbals crashing all lesson!) Use as labels for instruments in your music room or instrument store - great for music subject-leaders who are struggling to keep the cupboard tidy! Separate the names from the images and invite children to match the name to the correct instrument. Give children different themes for compositions and ask them to select the instruments that they think would be most suited to that theme and explain why, e.g. drums and cymbals for a storm composition.
Instruments of the Orchestra : PostersQuick View
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Instruments of the Orchestra : Posters

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32 beautifully bright and colorful Instruments of the Orchestra cards that will make a stunning and educational addition to your music classroom. PRINTABLE FORMAT. Print, laminate and display on your classroom bulletin board. WHAT’S INCLUDED: One TITLE Card: Instruments of the Orchestra Four CATEGORY cards, each in a different color: The Percussion Family The Woodwind Family The String Family The Brass Family One card for each family showing all the instruments together. Included on each card are: The name of the instrument in bold, colorful letters A picture of the instrument The range of the instrument and A colored border matching that of the category it belongs to, i.e. all string family instruments have a green border. Double click on the images above for a closer look of what’s included in the resource! ♥ CLICK here to check out more quality, ready-to-use resources from the MTR store! You may also like this Key Signature Posters All rights reserved by the author. Permission to copy for single classroom use only. TES-Paid License
African InstrumentsQuick View
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African Instruments

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Look at a variety of African instruments in detail. Find out how they make their sound. What vibrates? Show children pictures of 6 instruments and play a small clip of music. Can children match the sounds to the instruments? Suitable for years 5 and 6. Find other lesson plans and resources at www.hamilton-trust.org.uk.
FREE Folk Songs: Note Names and ChordsQuick View
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FREE Folk Songs: Note Names and Chords

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Here are 3 free folk songs with color-coded note names and pictures of the matching piano chords. Easy to read and use for beginning piano, chordal instruments, or pitched percussion! Included Songs ABC Song London Bridge Row Your Boat **Files are in a compressed (zip) folder. Please make sure you know how to extract prior to downloading. **
Piano Holiday Songs: Note Names and ChordsQuick View
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Piano Holiday Songs: Note Names and Chords

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Here are 10 holiday songs with color-coded note names and pictures of the matching piano chords. Easy to read and use for beginning piano, chordal instruments, or pitched percussion! This is also easy to share or airdrop to students if they have their own devices or if you have department iPads (or something similar) which reduces your need to print. Included Songs Deck the Halls Jingle Bells The First Noel Silent Night We Wish You a Merry Christmas …and many more! **Files are in a compressed (zip) folder. Please make sure you know how to extract prior to purchase. **
Easy Piano Folk Songs: Note Names and ChordsQuick View
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Easy Piano Folk Songs: Note Names and Chords

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Here are 30 folk songs with color-coded note names and pictures of the matching piano chords. Easy to read and use for beginning piano, chordal instruments, or pitched percussion! This is also easy to share or airdrop to students if they have their own devices or if you have department iPads (or something similar) which reduces your need to print! Included Songs ABC Song London Bridge Row Your Boat Twinkle, Twinkle Frere Jacques Three Blind Mice Baa Baa Black Sheep Old MacDonald Head and Shoulders …and many more! **Files are in a compressed (zip) folder. Please make sure you know how to extract prior to purchase. **
Instrument Matching Cards or Music Display / Organisational LabelsQuick View
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Instrument Matching Cards or Music Display / Organisational Labels

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The resource includes photographs of 51 different instruments (common orchestral instruments and school percussion instruments) with their names underneath. The resource can be used in so many different ways and - if printed on card and laminated - it is a resource that can be used time and time again! Ideas for activities and uses: Matching the instrument to its name. Sorting /ordering according to different criteria, e.g instrument families, pitch of the sound, size of the instrument… Venn Diagram sorting, e.g. wood/metal, played with a beater/played by hand… Display or working wall labels. Music trolley/cupboard labels. Stimulus for a composition - assign or have pupils choose a number of instruments to incorporate in their piece. Provide pupils with a title for a piece of music, eg. ‘The Storm’ - what instruments might you use? Baseline/end-of-unit assessment task. Listening activity: play a piece of music and have pupils pick out the instruments that they can hear from the pile. As well as PDF, the resource is provided in Word format in case you want to edit the font or use a different name for a particular instrument. Thank you for looking and I hope this resource saves you some time!
Music display pack- instruments, orchestra, notesQuick View
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Music display pack- instruments, orchestra, notes

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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.
An original arrangement of Christmas CarolsQuick View
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An original arrangement of Christmas Carols

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Carols at Christmas: An original arrangement of traditional Christmas Carols for voices and/or mixed classroom ensemble using five notes G, A, B, C, D. Instrumentation Voices, any non-transposing instruments that uses the treble clef and untuned percussion. The voices are doubled by the instruments. The score is intended to be used flexibly; voices alone, instruments alone or both voices and instruments or any combination of instruments and voices. This resource is intended to be used by Primary Schools, Secondary Schools and student music groups. The set includes Teacher Notes; Full score with the words; Parts with and without note names for: Treble Clef 1, Treble Clef 2, Treble Clef 3, Untuned Percussion; Lyric Sheets. ‘Carols at Christmas’ arranges 6 traditional Christmas Carols in four parts; for three treble clef instruments and untuned percussion. The piece may be performed in its entirety or the individual carols separately. It meets the requirements for performance and playing tuned and untuned instruments musically at Key Stage 2 and 3. The Carols are presented in the following order: Jingle Bells I Saw Three Ships We Three Kings Away in a Manger Silent Night We Wish You a Merry Christmas