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Year 6 Music - British Monarchs Songwriting

Year 6 Music - British Monarchs Songwriting

Students write their own song lyrics to the tunes of well known nursery rhymes, inspired by what they have learned about British Monarchs. Students learn about composition, pitch and melody, duration and rhythm. The detail in which you discuss each of these can depend on the ability of the group. Can also use simplified versions of students’ favourite pop songs. Can be adapted to different age groups and different topics.
crich12_316
Year 5 Music - Tudors Fanfare

Year 5 Music - Tudors Fanfare

Tudor inspired music lesson focusing on the musical element duration. Students learn about simple notation, composition and performance. Could easily be adapted to Year 6 British Monarchs topic. Lesson can be used with any instruments - we use xylophones because we happen to have enough in school.
crich12_316
KS2 Music - Kitchen Composition

KS2 Music - Kitchen Composition

Music lesson designed for year for but easily adapted for any age group. Students explore making music through household objects, using Stomp! as inspiration. Students learn about rhythm, composition and performance. Can also include discussion about texture and dynamics for more able students. Students can also notate their pieces, using either informal or formal notation depending on ability. Could also link to materials topic by comparing sounds made by different objects (metal, plastic and wooden kitchen items).
crich12_316
Year 3 Music - Romans Soundscape

Year 3 Music - Romans Soundscape

Creating a soundscape using inspiration from Romans history topic. Students make sounds using body percussion, and from items found in the classroom, and begin to explore informal notation (symbols representing sounds). Could be easily adapted to any other topic. Could also be used for Year 4 topics with added discussion around texture and rhythm.
crich12_316
KS1 Music - Exploring Sounds

KS1 Music - Exploring Sounds

A music lesson designed for Year 1 that could also be used in Reception or Year 2 with very little adjustment. Curriculum links: Music, Science (plants). The song used is on Sing Up, however if you don’t have a subscription to this you can find it on youtube. Notes under each slide talk you through how to run the lesson. Only resources needed are a class set of basic percussion instruments.
crich12_316
England Squad Treasure Hunt

England Squad Treasure Hunt

otation England Squad Hunt. If you have access to Musical Contexts I used the football notation resource and had students hunt for the the footballers that matched note on their football in the department. If you don’t have access to MC, a stave and some written out notes will do! My usually disengaged Y8s loved this before moving on Waka Waka!
chdurham93
End of Term Quiz (End of Summer Quiz)

End of Term Quiz (End of Summer Quiz)

Easy quiz for the end of term, contains several rounds all based on general knoweldge. Round 1 - Films, Round 2 - Popular Music Round 3 - Famous People Round 4 - Logos Round 5 - Trivia ROUND 6 - Random Round 7 - Name the city Answer all provided. Easy end of term quiz, accessible to all!
steffi2018
Music of China

Music of China

A complete unit of work focusing on the music of China. The resource pack contains: Powerpoint (x2) Examples of goo work, recordingsm, templates, mp4 and more. A very helpful resource to help develop pupils understanding of music from China.
hindlebank
Pink Panther

Pink Panther

Excellent resource to use with logic and Garageband. An arrangement (notation) and the related file for pupils to work on within lessons. It has proven to be very effective at KS3
hindlebank
Latin American Compositions KS3

Latin American Compositions KS3

Year 8 Unit of Work Latin composition. Students learn the elements of Latin music and then put them into a different composition every lesson. Good to use scenes as stimulus for creating composition ideas. Includes; Peer assessment and summative assessment ideas All worksheet needed Suggestions for differentiation.
FionaAmy
Introduction to Music - Exploring the Musical Elements - Year 7

Introduction to Music - Exploring the Musical Elements - Year 7

Musical elements powerpoint. Ideally to be used in the first few weeks of year 7 as you are getting to know the studnets. Each lesson tackles a different musical element. There is a mixture of singing, composition and keyboard work. However, you can adapt it to fit the instrument provision of your classroom. Includes: Link to all performance work (in notes) Summative and formative assessment Ideas on differentiation (in notes)
FionaAmy
What is Music?

What is Music?

What is Music? A worksheet and PowerPoint for use in a one off lesson on the topic of What is Music? I created this lesson for use with a year 6 to year 7 transition class but the lesson would work well for any KS2 or KS3 group. This lesson relies on a teachers good ability to lead a philosophical discussion about What is Music? The lesson features many questions and activities to inspire the class to think about what music is to them and elements that sounds have to have in order to be called music. The lesson also features 4 examples of music chosen specifically to challenge the class’ traditional view of what music is.
stevie1507
The Race to Bethlehem! A Christmas Musical for EYFS/KS1

The Race to Bethlehem! A Christmas Musical for EYFS/KS1

The Race to Bethlehem is a heart-warming version of the Christmas story for younger children (ages 4 to 8) to perform. In the story we meet Farmer Dan’s pigeons and Fluff, a little pigeon who prefers walking to flying. Every year, the village farmers hold a race to Bethlehem for the pigeons and Fluff is determined to get there. On the way he meets Joseph and Mary, who are on their way to Bethlehem too… The Race to Bethlehem story is written simply for young children to learn easily. The 7 original songs are catchy and fun to sing, easy to learn and remember. In addition there are two well-known songs – Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (with an additional verse) and Away in a Manger. The script includes stage directions to help with your performance. I hope the children, their teachers and parents enjoy the story of Fluff’s journey to Bethlehem and his encounter with the Nativity story!
suebleazard
Wallace And Gromit: Say Cheese! Revision/Cover Lesson

Wallace And Gromit: Say Cheese! Revision/Cover Lesson

This is a one hour lesson designed as a revision task for KS3 students. It includes a powerpoint, audio examples, a starter, differentiated objectives and worksheets for students to complete. The content covers reading sheet music, and basic revision on the notes of the treble clef and basic rhythm symbols. There are extension tasks that cover ledger lines, dotted notes, rests and tied notes in more detail for more able students. The secondary task can be either a performance (solo or duet) task, or a sequencing/composition tasks intended for use of software such as Garageband. The theme tune for Wallace and Gromit is split into a melody and harmony line to input or play at the learner’s level. This is very good for independent learning, but I am also confident in using it as a cover lesson too. The plenary includes a thumbs up/down activity and saying “cheese” for the differentiated selfie-obsessed generation.
Anna_Crusis
Music Maker #GoogleExpedition

Music Maker #GoogleExpedition

Computer Science and Music For Grade 3 Pupils Exploring making music through the use of Scratch and Google Expeditions to compare how music is made in a music studio. Google Expedition - Recording Studio - Capturing Sound Scratch
r_coathup
Chart Songs May June 2018

Chart Songs May June 2018

Chart Songs May June 2018 - Includes Freaky Friday but Chris Brown, One Kiss by Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa, These Days by Jess Glynne, No More Tears left to Cry by Arianna Grande and a Shawn Mendes Song. These songs have been simplified and adapted for my 11-14 year old pupils.
lospolloshermana
Awesome Rhythm: Everything is Awesome Scheme of Work and Resources

Awesome Rhythm: Everything is Awesome Scheme of Work and Resources

Are you sick of tee-ta-tea-tea-ing your way around rhythm? Do KS3 students STILL NOT UNDERSTAND rhythm symbols? Need to bridge the gap between practical and music technology? This scheme of work is for you. I’ve designed a scheme of work for a KS3 class who have been introduced to the names of rhythm symbols and the idea that they have duration, but need some revision and a modern approach to learning it. This scheme of work lasts a half term (five lessons minimum) and covers revision of rhythm symbols (Semibreve, Minim, Crotchet, Quaver, Rests, Ties and Dots) in a fun way relating to lego. It also covers an introduction into music technology (I have used Garageband but this can be easily tranferred to Cubase or Sibelius etc), texture, and the idea of melody, counter melody and harmony. It can be a fun independent learning project or used for ensemble performances too. The scheme of work ends with a simple assessment with a grid for teachers to comment on expected progress and a feedback form. There is mastery style tick sheet also. There are three extension tasks attached to lessons 2, 3 and 4. Note: I have actually done lesson one with physical lego bricks and it has gone down a treat! No more issues there! I have embedded audio files into the powerpoint but we all know how that can go so I’ve attached that here for reentering too. There is also a copy of every Garageband file for displaying on the board or editing how you like.
Anna_Crusis
Film Music Quiz

Film Music Quiz

Contains a PowerPoint which is a quiz based around famous film music and composers. Has 4 rounds which require children to solve different problems to find the answers to questions. Perfect as a whole class quiz at the end of a topic on Film Music and composers. Also includes answer sheet for teacher and recording sheet for children’s answers. NOTE: Music is attached in links to YouTube on images throughout PowerPoint.
HollywoodR95
Multi Sports Rap

Multi Sports Rap

Welcome back, here I enclose our Multi Sports Rap written by me and a group of friends, use this link to get it too- https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-481KIHNKmIQVera21SKNemkyTSSWMKlJ0jQtGZNZG0/edit?usp=sharing Thanks!
pengysmusic
Film Music Composers #3 - James Horner

Film Music Composers #3 - James Horner

Contains a PowerPoint which looks at film music including the different tpyes of music used in films and also looks at James Horner’s work. Discusses the differences between different types of music as well as how and why different types of music are needed for different movies or TV shows. Activity: Children will research about Alexandre Desplat of another composer and create a small informational poster about them.
HollywoodR95
Film Music Composers #2 - Hans Zimmer

Film Music Composers #2 - Hans Zimmer

Contains a PowerPoint which looks at film music including the process taken to make a soundtrack of film score and also looks at Hans Zimmer’s work. Discusses the differences between different types of music as well as how and why different types of music are needed for different movies or TV shows. Activity: Children will research about John Williams of another composer and create a small informational poster about them.
HollywoodR95
Vocal Explorations - The Nutcracker - Create + Compose Your Own

Vocal Explorations - The Nutcracker - Create + Compose Your Own

Vocal explorations are perfect for those who need a great warm-up or high and low pitch practice? Look no further! This adorable set of Vocal Explorations is for you! Help the choreographer collect the characters in time to put on The Nutcracker Ballet! This set contains: • PowerPoint presentation with 10 slides pre-drawn for you. • 10 blank slides for you to draw your own pathway! • PDF of the pre-drawn and blank slides. • PDF of black and white student composition worksheets, 1 per page. • PDF of black and white student composition worksheets, 4 per page. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
pitchpublications
World Cup Bundle

World Cup Bundle

This bundle includes everything you need to teach about the topic of the World Cup and football. Perfect for covering all areas of the world from introducing the teams for a project to discussing honesty in football. Included in this pack: Presentations for each lesson, with interactive activities and links to videos. Worksheets for different lessons and accompanying activities. Lesson idea sheet with a range of lesson ideas based around the World Cup.
HollywoodR95
Vocal Explorations - Secret Agent - Create + Compose Your Own

Vocal Explorations - Secret Agent - Create + Compose Your Own

Need a great warm-up or high and low pitch practice? Look no further! This adorable set of Vocal Explorations is for you! Help the secret agents gather up all their spy gear for their first mission! This set contains: • PowerPoint presentation with 10 slides pre-drawn for you. • 10 blank slides for you to draw your own pathway! • PDF of the pre-drawn and blank slides. • PDF of black and white student composition worksheets, 1 per page. • PDF of black and white student composition worksheets, 4 per page. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
pitchpublications
Vocal Explorations - Mummies - Create + Compose Your Own

Vocal Explorations - Mummies - Create + Compose Your Own

Vocal explorations are perfect for those who need a great warm-up or high and low pitch practice? Look no further! This adorable set of Vocal Explorations is for you! Help the mummies gather toilet paper before they unravel! These make great Halloween music activities! This set contains: • PowerPoint presentation with 10 slides pre-drawn for you. • 10 blank slides for you to draw your own pathway! • PDF of the pre-drawn and blank slides. • PDF of black and white student composition worksheets, 1 per page. • PDF of black and white student composition worksheets, 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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Vocal Explorations - Muffin Man - Create + Compose Your Own

Vocal Explorations - Muffin Man - Create + Compose Your Own

Need a great warm-up or high and low pitch practice? Look no further! This adorable set of Vocal Explorations is for you! Help the Muffin Man gather up all the muffins for his breakfast delivery! This set contains: • PowerPoint presentation with 10 slides pre-drawn for you. • 10 blank slides for you to draw your own pathway! • PDF of the pre-drawn and blank slides. • PDF of black and white student composition worksheets, 1 per page. • PDF of black and white student composition worksheets, 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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Vocal Explorations - MONKEY BUSINESS - Create + Compose Your Own

Vocal Explorations - MONKEY BUSINESS - Create + Compose Your Own

Vocal explorations are perfect for those who need a great warm-up or high and low pitch practice? Look no further! This adorable set of Vocal Explorations is for you! Help the monkeys collect the bananas for their big party! This set contains: • PowerPoint presentation with 10 slides pre-drawn for you. • 10 blank slides for you to draw your own pathway! • PDF of the pre-drawn and blank slides. • PDF of black and white student composition worksheets, 1 per page. • PDF of black and white student composition worksheets, 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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Valentine's Day Vocal Explorations - Cupid's Arrow Create + Compose Your Own

Valentine's Day Vocal Explorations - Cupid's Arrow Create + Compose Your Own

Need a great warm-up or high and low pitch practice? Look no further! This adorable set of Vocal Explorations is for you! Help Cupid collect his hearts in times for Valentine’s Day! Vocal exploration missions are the best! This set contains: • PowerPoint presentation with 10 slides pre-drawn for you. Follow the elves to the various toys. • 10 blank slides for you to draw your own pathway! • PDF of the pre-drawn and blank slides. • All of the above with two different ethnicities of Cupid! Feel free to mix and match as desired! • PDF of black and white student composition worksheets, 1 per page. • PDF of black and white student composition worksheets, 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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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire - Revision Game

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire - Revision Game

This game can be used for all subjects and for all abilities. There are brief explanations on how to change things to match your subject in the notes page on the first two slides. All you need to do is write in your questions and answers and it will do the rest. I have titled “correct answer” on each question enry so if you click it it will move you up the money board. Click an incorrect one and it will tell you it’s wrong and you lose. Classes I have used this with have really enjoyed it and it has prompted whole class discussion.
adz017
Treble Clef - Reading Music -PowerPoint Presentation & Exit Ticket-Lesson Plan

Treble Clef - Reading Music -PowerPoint Presentation & Exit Ticket-Lesson Plan

This is a GREAT way to introduce Treble Clef to your students! The lesson plan will help you present the included PowerPoint Presentation to your students in order for them to start reading music notes on the Treble Clef staff! I know it can be hard for students to learn to read music on the treble clef - this will help! In this resource: • Editable Lesson Plans geared for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students. Feel free to modify for other grade levels! • PowerPoint Presentation to introduce students to the Treble Clef staff! Download the preview to see what is included! • Simple worksheet that allows students to create their own line sentence and quickly identify 3 treble clef notes. Use as an exit ticket! Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
pitchpublications
Sub Tub - Rhythm Coloring: Patriotic - Color by Note - multiple rhythm levels

Sub Tub - Rhythm Coloring: Patriotic - Color by Note - multiple rhythm levels

This is a patriotic themed Color by Note music activities for multiple note levels! These are fantastic sub plans for your music or non music sub tub. These are perfect for 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any day! Students love to color by note - they work as end of class activities or even as music center! 4 Sheets in this download, each with reproducible pages for students as well as a full color “answer” sheet. There is a variety of difficulty levels in the patterns created. • USA - quarter note, eighth note, quarter rest • Flower on Flag - quarter note, eighth note, quarter rest, half note • Liberty Bell - quarter note, eighth note, quarter rest, half note, whole note. • Eagle on Flag - quarter note, eighth note, quarter rest, half note, whole note, sixteenth note. These are wonderful to reinforce note recognition, as an end of the class activity, and as a music-based substitute lesson! Enjoy and Thank You! Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Storybook Series - Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater - Nursery Rhyme and Folk Song

Storybook Series - Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater - Nursery Rhyme and Folk Song

Need a way to introduce “Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater” to your students? Look no further! This is the perfect resource to engage your students in singing this amazing song! 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. • Sheet music. • Blank page to add your own information if desired. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Star Spangled Banner MEGA Activity Pack - Lesson Plans, Centers, Presentation

Star Spangled Banner MEGA Activity Pack - Lesson Plans, Centers, Presentation

Are you looking for a great way to present the Star-Spangled Banner to your students? Look no further! This pack will give you everything you need! This unit is perfect for studying our national anthem by Francis Scott Key - use for 9/11, Memorial Day, President’s Day, or just because! In this resource: • LESSON PLANS - Complete, extremely detailed lesson plans that are editable for your needs. Standards marked for the Georgia GPS music standards for 3rd grade but I also included the 1994 National Music Standards, K-4 and Core Arts Standards, 3rd, for you to switch out. This lesson could easily be modified for a multitude of grade levels by switching out the activities. • POWERPOINT PRESENTATION - This presentation will walk you through the lesson. The notes in the notes section will guide you along your way. Slide numbers are referenced in the lesson plans. • 27 Pages of STUDENT ASSESSMENTS, ACTIVITIES, and CENTERS - A variety of ways to assess students is provided; you may pick and choose which items to use with your students. The PowerPoint guides students through: • PRE-ASSESSMENT - Students will write down what they already know about the Star-Spangled Banner. • LISTENING EXAMPLES - Safe-share links to provide students with authentic performances of the Star-Spangled Banner. • BEFORE YOU SING… - Students will be guided through how to act and stand appropriately when performing or listening to the national anthem. • SING ALONGS - Safe-share links and mp3 to provide students with chances to perform the Star-Spangled Banner themselves. • WHERE YOU CAN HEAR THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER - Students will explore where the national anthem is played and why it first began playing at many of these events. • HISTORY BEHIND THE SONG - The students will explore why Francis Scott Key first penned this song. This includes an excellent safe-share link to a video that will enthrall your students! • THE FLAG - A comparison of the 1915 flag that inspired Francis Scott Key and the modern flag. • MEANING OF THE WORDS - A detailed look at each phrase of the first verse in the songs as well as exposure to all the verses and how it was originally performed. • BLANK SLIDE WITH MATCHING BACKGROUND - For your use with your own materials! Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Rhythm Basketball Set Vol 1 - 4th and 5th Grade Lesson Plan Rhythm Practice

Rhythm Basketball Set Vol 1 - 4th and 5th Grade Lesson Plan Rhythm Practice

Looking for a differentiated and exciting way to practice reading rhythms? Use Rhythm Basketball to bounce to the beat! Obtain enough basketballs, tennis balls, non-pitched instruments, or other bouncing balls and use the provided slides to perform rhythms with some of your favorite songs! I use these fun pop play alongs to reinforce reading half note, whole note, quarter note, and eighth note notation. In addition, we are able to discuss use of measure, double bar line, and more! This is a great way to get your kids reading rhythm! In this set you will get Rhythm Basketball self-advancing PowerPoint for: • “Fireflies” by Owl City • “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” • “Beauty in the World” by Macy Gray • “Yellow Submarine” by The Beatles See examples of students performing here! In addition, you will receive detailed lesson plans for 4th and 5th grade using Georgia GPS standards, National Music Standards, and National Core Arts standards that are ready to print and use, and yet still editable for your individual teaching needs. You will also receive rehearsal versions of each PowerPoint presentation that do not self-advance so that you may rehearse the rhythm patterns with students before performing. NOTE: You will NOT receive the audio files (this would be illegal!), but I have directed you on where to purchase the files on iTunes and how to attach them to PowerPoint. See a screencast here on how to attach audio files to PowerPoint. The page count does not include the doubling of PowerPoint files for rehearsal or lesson plans for other grade levels. So basically you get double! Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Rhythm Basketball Set - Vol 2! 4/5 Lesson Plan - Rhythm #musiccrewsun

Rhythm Basketball Set - Vol 2! 4/5 Lesson Plan - Rhythm #musiccrewsun

Looking for a differentiated and exciting way to practice reading rhythms? Use Rhythm Basketball and bounce to the beat! Obtain enough basketballs, tennis balls, non-pitched instruments, or other bouncing balls and use the provided slides to perform rhythms with some of your favorite songs! I use these fun pop play alongs to reinforce reading half note, whole note, quarter note, and eighth note notation. In addition, we are able to discuss use of measure, double bar line, and more! This is a great way to get your kids reading rhythm! In this set you will get Rhythm Basketball self-advancing PowerPoint for: • “Happy” by Pharrell Williams • “What Makes You Beautiful” by One Direction • “Hello, Goodbye” by The Beatles See examples of students performing Vol 1 here! In addition, you will receive detailed lesson plans for 4th and 5th grade using Georgia GPS standards, National Music Standards, and National Core Arts standards that are ready to print and use, and yet still editable for your individual teaching needs. You will also receive rehearsal versions of each PowerPoint presentation that do not self-advance so that you may rehearse the rhythm patterns with students before performing. NOTE: You will NOT receive the audio files (this would be illegal!), but I have directed you on where to purchase the files on iTunes and how to attach them to PowerPoint. See a screencast here on how to attach audio files to PowerPoint. *The page count does not include the doubling of PowerPoint files for rehearsal or lesson plans for other grade levels. * Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Recorder Resource: DC-BAG Bonanza - 20 Page No-Prep Recorder worksheets!

Recorder Resource: DC-BAG Bonanza - 20 Page No-Prep Recorder worksheets!

Need a way to give your kids a little extra practice reading and notating DC-BAG recorder notes on the staff? Look no further! This 20 page no-prep printable set is for you! This resource is wonderful for differentiating your activities for practicing D, C, (high), B, A, and G! In this resource: • Color the DC-BAGS on the Staff - Students will color code fingering charts for D, C, B, A, and G. • DC-BAG Finger Flurry - Students will label and notate notes by identifying the recorder fingering. • DC-BAG Note Decoder 1 - Students will identify notes on the staff and color in fingerings. Uses Quarter Notes. • DC-BAG Note Decoder 2 - Students will identify notes on the staff and color in fingerings. Uses Whole Notes. • DC-BAG Note Decoder 3 - Students will identify notes on the staff and color in fingerings. Uses mix of Quarter, Half, and Whole notes. • DC-BAG Note Expander - Students will identify notate and color in fingerings for given notes. • Color the DC-BAGS - Students will shade in the correct pitch for each recorder fingering. • Color the Staff DC-BAGs - Students will shade in the correct notated pitch for each recorder fingering. • Color the Staff Rhythm DC-BAGS - Students will shade in the correct notated pitch for each recorder fingering. Answers use a variety of rhythmic notes. • Composing with DC-BAG - Students will write their own melody using the notes D, C, B, A, and G, and then shade in fingerings. • DC-BAG Notespeller - Students will identify notes on the staff. • DC-BAG Notespeller 2 - Students will identify notes on the staff using a variety of rhythmic notation. • DC-BAG Recorder Flower - Students will color by recorder fingering chart. • DC-BAG Puzzle - Students will cut out DCBAG puzzle pieces and glue them together. Each piece of the puzzle represents a different way to represent a single pitch. • DC-BAG Fingering Chart - Students will create their own fingering chart for D, C, B, A, and G. • Recorder Flower 2 - Students will color by note. • DC-BAG Hidden Picture - Students will color by note to find the hidden picture. • DC-BAG Recorder Reminder Song - Students will use the rhythm of a cute poem about how to play the recorder to compose a song. • DC-BAG Crossword Puzzle - Students will decode the crossword puzzle by identifying D, C, B, A, and G on the staff. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Film Music Composers #1 - Danny Elfman

Film Music Composers #1 - Danny Elfman

Contains a PowerPoint which looks at film music including the difference between soundtracks and films scores and also looks at Danny Elfman’s work. Discusses the differences between different types of music as well as how and why different types of music are needed for different movies or TV shows. Activity: Children will research about Hans Zimmer of another composer and create a small informational poster about them.
HollywoodR95
Harvest song for ks2

Harvest song for ks2

I have created a modern version of ‘Thank you Lord for this new day’, by altering the lyrics to fit into a Harvest song. You can split the song into 2 or 3 parts.
amiecr88
Recorder Resource: C-BAG Bonanza - 20 Page No-Prep Recorder worksheets!

Recorder Resource: C-BAG Bonanza - 20 Page No-Prep Recorder worksheets!

Need a way to give your kids a little extra practice reading and notating C-BAG recorder notes on the staff? Look no further! This 20 page no-prep printable set is for you! This resource is wonderful for differentiating your activities for practicing C, B, A, and G! In this resource: • Color the C-BAGS on the Staff - Students will color code fingering charts for C, B, A, and G. • C-BAG Finger Flurry - Students will label and notate notes by identifying the recorder fingering. • C-BAG Note Decoder 1 - Students will identify notes on the staff and color in fingerings. Uses Quarter Notes. • C-BAG Note Decoder 2 - Students will identify notes on the staff and color in fingerings. Uses Whole Notes. • C-BAG Note Decoder 3 - Students will identify notes on the staff and color in fingerings. Uses mix of Quarter, Half, and Whole notes. • C-BAG Note Expander - Students will identify notate and color in fingerings for given notes. • Color the C-BAGS - Students will shade in the correct pitch for each recorder fingering. • Color the Staff C-BAGs - Students will shade in the correct notated pitch for each recorder fingering. • Color the Staff Rhythm C-BAGS - Students will shade in the correct notated pitch for each recorder fingering. Answers use a variety of rhythmic notes. • Composing with C-BAG - Students will write their own melody using the notes C, B, A, and G, and then shade in fingerings. • C-BAG Notespeller - Students will identify notes on the staff. • C-BAG Notespeller 2 - Students will identify notes on the staff using a variety of rhythmic notation. • C-BAG Recorder Flower - Students will color by recorder fingering chart. • C-BAG Puzzle - Students will cut out C-BAG puzzle pieces and glue them together. Each piece of the puzzle represents a different way to represent a single pitch. • C-BAG Fingering Chart - Students will create their own fingering chart for C, B, A, and G. • Recorder Flower 2 - Students will color by note. • C-BAG Hidden Picture - Students will color by note to find the hidden picture. • C-BAG Recorder Reminder Song - Students will use the rhythm of a cute poem about how to play the recorder to compose a song. • C-BAG Crossword Puzzle - Students will decode the crossword puzzle by identifying C, B, A, and G on the staff. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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