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Noël coloriage par notes (French Christmas Color-by-Note)

Noël coloriage par notes (French Christmas Color-by-Note)

14 great Color-by-Music "Print and Go" Christmas coloring sheets in 7 designs that reinforce note durations or pitch. By special request, all of the directions and notes are in French! Check out the preview to see all pages included. Merci de visiter ma boutique! Included: 1. Decorate the gingerbread man 2. Color-by-Note Candy Canes (match number of beats to note) 3. Color-by-Note Candy Canes (match symbol to symbol) 4. Color-by-Note Gingerbread House (match word to rhymic symbol) 5. Color-by-Note Gingerbread House (match symbol to symbol) 6. Vive le vent (match word to rhymic symbol) 7. Vive le vent (match symbol to symbol) 8. Drum and Holly (match symbol to symbol) 9. Drum and Holly (match word to rhymic symbol) 10. Drum and Holly (match treble note to name of note) 11. Christmas Tree and Fireplace (match treble note to name of note) 12. Snowman (match symbol to symbol) 13. Snowman (match word to rhymic symbol) 14. Snowman (match treble note to name of note) I also have the North American English version in my shop.
SillyOMusic
Musical Notes Snap for 5 finger piano

Musical Notes Snap for 5 finger piano

Improve your beginner pianists' note recognition skills with this game of musical snap. It includes the bass and treble clef notes for each finger starting from middle C. (Bass clef F to middle C and treble clef middle C to G) Ways to play: - Bass clef only - Treble clef only - Both clefs together (both middle Cs count as a match) Musical Notes Snap can be played as a quick 5 or 10-minute game during lessons or your pupils can spend longer playing it at home as part of their practice time. Encourage children to reinforce their knowledge by showing their sibling or parent how to play - they'll love taking on the role of teacher. These cards can also be used as flashcards with adults. The pack includes two versions. Version one has a patterned back. Fold over each card and laminate it for a hardwearing copy that can be used in every lesson. Version two has no back so you can print it directly on to card.
MusicWEase
Musical Notes Playing Cards - Treble and Bass Clef

Musical Notes Playing Cards - Treble and Bass Clef

Play your favourite card games with your pupils and improve their note recognition skills. The standard card values (ace, two, king etc) have been replaced by musical notes. Treble clef = Middle C to A above the stave. Bass clef = Middle C to E below the stave. Pupils must recognise the notes to play the card games. This resource includes 52 treble clef playing cards and 52 bass clef playing cards in separate packs. The packs can be used separately or combined. Try the cards with: - Solitaire - Rummy - Go Fish - Snap - Cheat - And all your other favourite card games! Download and print.
MusicWEase
Composition Tool for Notation

Composition Tool for Notation

Print and laminate your blank staves (as many as you need depending on class size and if you want them to work in pairs or individually) then print and laminate lots of the coloured notes. Students can then have a go at notating their compositions using the resources. The idea is they don't have to worry to much about placement, to begin with, because it's coloured. It is designed to build their confidence when dealing with classical notation. Have an A3 version made up of the blank stave with the coloured notes (attached using blue tac because then you can move them around if you need to) in the right places for the class to use as a reference; I colour code as follows: C - yellow, D - green, E - blue, F - navy, G - purple, A - red, B - orange You can then ask your students to notate their compositions using the blank stave, notes and some blue tac. ::Make sure you also display instrument 'decoders' ie. coloured diagrams of where the notes are otherwise students may not know what note they are playing.::
roholio
Elements of Music Poster Bundle

Elements of Music Poster Bundle

Save 25% with this bundle of 10 bright and easy to understand posters that explain the elements of music for KS2-KS4 classrooms. These look great printed at A3 and laminated! They really brighten up the room and prove to be really useful resources during lessons. Our music teachers and students love them!
MrDBrodie
"A Rapper's Prayer" Rap Song Got the Flow: The Hip-Hop Diary of a Young Rapper MP3 audio file

"A Rapper's Prayer" Rap Song Got the Flow: The Hip-Hop Diary of a Young Rapper MP3 audio file

The eBook is available on Amazon https://goo.gl/zck2y4 Free excerpt at https://goo.gl/2FymNv This includes the MP3 music file with printable handout of lyrics. 100% clean appropriate for all middle school and high school students. Students can reflect and discuss or journal about the topics in the song's lyrics. The main character of the book ("Got the Flow: The Hip-Hop Diary of a Young Rapper") 16-year-old Troy Jones is in the hospital as his mom just survived a heart attack from overworking and stress. He is determined to become a successful rapper to give his mom a better life. Inspired by the pain of the his mom's hospitalization and the fear of his upcoming 3rd rap battle (he lost his first two) he pens this rap to God.
learningisawesomewithmrsalinas
Can you feel music?

Can you feel music?

This lesson links to the Music Appreciation flipbook I have. Work your way through the notebook with the class to discuss how the music creates a feeling, a mood. NB. Links are to popular films' themes or music from the film so, whilst this can cause some difficulty (they only 'feel dinosaurs') it can also help to scaffold this abstract notion for those children not used to thinking in this manner or discussing such abstract topics.
fifox
Music Appreciation flipbook

Music Appreciation flipbook

Print this double-sided (best on A3) and 'hotdog' fold the top and bottom in so that they create 'flaps' on the inside, then fold 'burger' style to create the flaps. Children can cut along the vertical dotted lines to create six flaps. The idea of the booklet is to have a space to record some of their music learning. Play them up to 5 different pieces of music and have them draw on the flaps how that music makes them feel (detailed or not, notes, labels, whatever. It could just be a colour or a scribble). There is space for their own composition as part of their wider music lessons in class (do this last). This can be filled in in one session, with their piece going in on another date, or filled in over the course of a unit. Music I have used is: Theme from Jaws Theme from Star Wars Theme from Jurassic Park (NB. the issue with these is, whilst they're great examples of tempo, dynamics, mood creation etc, all the children can mainly imagine is events/images etc from the films. So use with caution or just as examples). Elgar: Pomp and Circumstance Nimrod Beethoven: Moonlight Sonata 5th Symphony Melody of Love Fur Elise Aaron Copland: Fanfare for the Common Man
fifox
Four Times Table (I Am Very Able) MP3s & Score - John Oates 2016

Four Times Table (I Am Very Able) MP3s & Score - John Oates 2016

This four times table song has a 'pop' song structure and catchy melody to help the children remember their multiplication facts. It is available to stream on most digital outlets. A vocal demonstration of the song is included as well as a backing track and score. www.sanquaypublishing.co.uk
jjoates
Minimalism Unit KS3

Minimalism Unit KS3

This is a whole unit of work that can be taught over 5 weeks (or can be stretched if needs be). INCLDUED: 1 x PowerPoint with 5 lessons (includes assessment criteria for the scheme of work) 3 x Logic Files (one for Phasing task and two for the Tubular Bells arrangement task. One for students and one example) 1 x Tubular Bells worksheet with 4 parts PLUS - Links to all audio clips used during the lesson
mictar84