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Playing a Glockenspiel Units 1, 2 & 3-Key Stage 1 and Lower Key Stage 2
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Playing a Glockenspiel Units 1, 2 & 3-Key Stage 1 and Lower Key Stage 2

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Playing a Glockenspiel Units 1, 2 and 3 30 Music Lessons! There are at least thirty music lessons in this unit but depending on the age an ability of your pupils, you may choose to deliver them in smaller chunks. These resources will support your delivery of the National Curriculum for Music. The musical activities in this pack focus on Listening and Playing (National Curriculum for Music 2013). In addition the activities aid the development of a range of wider skills including focus, team-work, performing, coordination and confidence. You do not have to have a musical background to teach them. Unit 1 This unit of work comprising of ten detailed, easy to follow music lessons teaches pupils how to play the glockenspiel correctly, how to read and play simple tunes and songs using lettered score. Students also learn about the percussion family, tuned and untuned instruments and a range of musical terms and signs. It can be delivered to just one pupil or, as many as you have. This resource includes; • Ten detailed lesson plans with numerous exercises to practise • A Power Point presentation of the exercises, and songs • A PowerPoint plenary quiz • Numerous hints, tips and advice to support your pupils in making progress • A set of printable lettered scores • An MP3 file recording of each exercise and song, for your support. Unit 2 Comprising of ten detailed, easy to follow music lessons; this unit builds on the skills learned in Unit 1. It reinforces how pupils play glockenspiels correctly, how to read, play and perform using lettered score. This unit teaches pupils a wider range of songs and introduces two-part harmony. Pupils also learn to use a wider range of musical terms and signs. It can be delivered to a small group of two, or as many pupils as you have. This resource includes; • Ten detailed lesson plans with numerous exercises to practise • A PowerPoint presentation of the lettered scores and song words • Numerous hints, tips and advice to support your pupils in making progress • A set of printable lettered scores and song words • An MP3 file recording of each song, for your support. Unit 3 This unit of work reinforces how to play glockenspiels correctly, how to read, play and perform using lettered score. It teaches pupils a wider range of songs and introduces three-part harmony. Pupils also learn to use a wider range of musical terms and signs. This resource includes; • Ten detailed lesson plans with numerous exercises to practise • A PowerPoint presentation of the lettered scores and song words • Numerous hints, tips and advice to support your pupils in making progress • A set of printable lettered scores and song words • An MP3 file recording of each song, for your support. It can be delivered to a small group of three, or as many pupils as you have. If you enjoyed this resource go check out my shop for more music lessons and performance pieces from Newtonlab! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab
Playing a Glockenspiel  Unit 1 - Key Stage 1 and Lower Key Stage 2
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Playing a Glockenspiel Unit 1 - Key Stage 1 and Lower Key Stage 2

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Playing a Glockenspiel Unit 1 (Revised and Updated) (10 Music Lessons) Suitable for pupils in Key Stage 1 and Lower Key Stage 2. This unit of work comprising of ten detailed, easy to follow music lessons teaches pupils how to play the glockenspiel correctly, how to read and play simple tunes and songs using lettered score. Students also learn about the percussion family, tuned and untuned instruments and a range of musical terms and signs. It can be delivered to just one pupil or, as many as you have. These resources will support your delivery of the National Curriculum for Music. The musical activities in this pack focus on Listening and Playing (National Curriculum for Music 2013). In addition the activities aid the development of a range of wider skills including focus, team-work, performing, coordination and confidence. You do not have to have a musical background to teach it. This resource includes; • Ten detailed lesson plans with numerous exercises to practise • A Power Point presentation of the exercises, and songs • A PowerPoint plenary quiz • Numerous hints, tips and advice to support your pupils in making progress • A set of printable lettered scores • An MP3 file recording of each exercise and song, for your support. *If you enjoyed this resource why not move onto **Playing a Glockenspiel Units 2 and 3 or save 20% and buy the Three-Unit Bundle! Unit 2 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/playing-a-glockenspiel-unit-2-key-stage-1-and-lower-key-stage-2-12099446 Unit 3 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/playing-a-glockenspiel-unit-3-10-music-lessons-key-stage-1-and-lower-key-stage-2-12362876 Three-Unit Bundle https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/playing-a-glockenspiel-units-1-and-2-key-stage-1-and-lower-key-stage-2-12359636 Go check out my shop for more music lessons and performance pieces from Newtonlab!* https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab Terms of Use -These resources may not be shared with third parties or used commercially.
What Do You Hear? -Identifying Instrument Sounds -  6 lessons - Reception and Key Stage 1
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What Do You Hear? -Identifying Instrument Sounds - 6 lessons - Reception and Key Stage 1

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**What Do You Hear? ** Identifying the Sounds of Percussion Instruments Six Music Lessons Suitable for Reception and Key Stage 1 pupils. Comprising of six, easy to follow, fun music lessons based around instrument sounds, this unit develops pupils’ listening skills and music instrument knowledge. Pupils learn to recognise a range of 12 percussion instruments by sight and sound; Castanets, Chime bar, Cymbal(s), Guiro, Maracas, Triangle, Bell, Cabasa, Claves, Drum, Tambourine and Woodblock. The resources however are not prescriptive, simply use whatever you have and follow the lessons plans. The unit can be delivered to a small group of pupils, or as many as you have. **You do not have to have a musical background to deliver it. ** This resource will support your delivery of the National Curriculum for Music. The activities in this pack focus on Playing, Improvising and Listening, (National Curriculum for Music 2013). In addition it will aid the development of a range of wider skills including teamwork, focus, memory recall and imagination. This unit includes; • Six detailed, easy to follow lesson plans with step-by-step instructions • Numerous examples to try with lots of advice and tips • An end of unit revision quiz presented through PowerPoint with answers included • A set of printable instrument labels • A range of extension ideas. If you enjoyed this resource go check out my shop for more music lessons from Newtonlab! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab Terms of Use These resources are solely for use in school. They may not be shared with third parties or used commercially.
Music Listening Worksheets - Reception, Key Stages 1 and 2
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Music Listening Worksheets - Reception, Key Stages 1 and 2

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Music Activities Listening Worksheets Reception, Key Stages 1 and 2 There are numerous benefits to be gained when we listen to music including; improving our mood, reducing anxiety, helping us relax, reducing depression, strengthening learning and memory, increasing verbal intelligence, stimulating our brain, raising IQ and academic performance, to name but a few. These worksheets support your work around listening and responding to music. They will also support your delivery of the National Curriculum for Music. They are ideal as starter activities or stand-alone sessions and can be delivered to small groups of pupils, or as many as you have. Simply choose the music, print and go. Great for supply teachers too! No musical background is required. This resource includes a set of **over 50 **colourful, printable, generic listening exercise worksheets ranging in difficulty so that you can differentiate appropriately. Worksheets are in no particular order; you chose what is most suitable for your pupils. In addition there is an advice page and suggestions for educators just starting out with focused listening. If you enjoyed this resource, go check out my shop for more music lessons and activities from Newtonlab! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab
Playing a Glockenspiel Unit 2 - Key Stage 1 and Lower Key Stage 2
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Playing a Glockenspiel Unit 2 - Key Stage 1 and Lower Key Stage 2

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Playing a Glockenspiel - Unit 2 (10 Music Lessons) Suitable for pupils in Key Stage 1 and Lower Key Stage 2. Comprising of ten detailed, easy to follow music lessons; this unit builds on the skills learned in Unit 1. It reinforces how pupils play glockenspiels correctly, how to read, play and perform using lettered score. This unit teaches pupils a wider range of songs and introduces two-part harmony. Pupils also learn to use a wider range of musical terms and signs. It can be delivered to a small group of two, or as many pupils as you have. You do not have to have a musical background to teach it. These resources will support your delivery of the National Curriculum for Music. This unit focuses on Listening and Playing (National Curriculum for Music 2013). In addition, the activities also aid development of a range of wider skills including focus, team-work, performing, coordination and confidence. This resource includes; • Ten detailed lesson plans with numerous exercises to practise • A PowerPoint presentation of the lettered scores and song words • Numerous hints, tips and advice to support your pupils in making progress • A set of printable lettered scores and song words • An MP3 file recording of each song, for your support. *If you enjoyed this resource why not move onto Unit 3. This set is also available as a Three-Unit Bundle, with a saving of 20%. Unit 3 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/playing-a-glockenspiel-unit-3-10-music-lessons-key-stage-1-and-lower-key-stage-2-12362876 Three-Unit Bundle https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/playing-a-glockenspiel-units-1-and-2-key-stage-1-and-lower-key-stage-2-12359636 Go check out my shop for more music lessons and performance pieces from Newtonlab!* https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab Terms of Use -These resources may not be shared with third parties or used commercially.
Musical Games - Reception and Key Stage 1
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Musical Games - Reception and Key Stage 1

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Musical Games **Ten Musical Activites ** Suitable for Reception and Key Stage 1 pupils. These ten musical activities can be used as stand-alone activities, lesson starters or brain breaks. They can be delivered to a small group of pupils, or as many as you have. This resource will support your delivery of the National Curriculum for Music. The musical activities in this pack focus on Listening, Playing, Improvising (National Curriculum for Music 2013) however the activities aid the development of a range of wider skills including focus, team-work, and performance. To deliver all activities you require a small range of percussion instruments but these are not prescriptive; tambourines and/or rain sticks and/or bells, tambours, woodblock and beater and/or claves and/or castanets, drums. Simply use what you have! You do not have to have a musical background to deliver them. This resource comprises of ten, short musical games to play. Each game has detailed instructions, a resource list and musical skills outlined. If you enjoyed this resource go check out my shop for more music activities from Newtonlab! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab
Native American Performance Pieces - Key Stage 2
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Native American Performance Pieces - Key Stage 2

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Two Native American Performance Pieces Tatanka – (Buffalo) and Wimaheliyaye – (Sunset) Key Stage 2 Two very different pieces; simple to put together and extremely effective, each original composition can be completed in two or three lessons. Tatanka Instruments - Drums and/or Tambours, Guiros, Maracas, Woodblocks and/or Claves Musicians - 5 or 5 groups Tatanka is Native American for Buffalo. Teach you pupils to perform an original, powerful, five-part, Native American-style composition using a small range of untuned percussion instruments and voices. Wimaheliyaye Instruments - Flute or an electric keyboard using the ‘Flute voice’ Musicians - 1 or 1 group Wimaheliyaye, is a Lakota word that means Sunset. Teach your pupils to perform an original, haunting Native American-style composition using an electric keyboard. Pupils learn a little history of Native American music, about the percussion family of instruments, graphic and lettered notation and a range of musical terms and signs. This resource will support your delivery of the National Curriculum for Music. The musical activities in this pack focus on Listening and Playing (National Curriculum for Music 2013) however the activities aid the development of a range of wider skills including focus, team-work, and performance. This pack includes; • Detailed step-by-step instructions • Information about percussion instruments and how to play them • A musical terms and signs glossary • Printable graphic, lettered and traditional music scores • Graphic, lettered and traditional music scores presented through PowerPoint • An MP3 file recording of Wimaheliyaye, for your support. • Extension ideas. If you enjoyed this resource go check out my shop for more music lessons and performance pieces from Newtonlab! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab Terms of Use - These resources are solely for use in school. They may not be shared with third parties or used commercially.
Pulse and Rhythm-Listen and Repeat Unit - Key Stage 1 and Lower Key Stage 2
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Pulse and Rhythm-Listen and Repeat Unit - Key Stage 1 and Lower Key Stage 2

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**Pulse and Rhythm-Listen and Repeat Unit Suitable for Key Stage 1 and Lower Key Stage 2 pupils. One unit containing six music lessons.** This unit contains six progressive, easy-to-follow music lessons. Pupils partake in a range of fun, rhythmic activities which focus on developing listening and responding skills. It can be delivered to a small group of pupils, or as many as you have. You do not have to have a musical background to deliver this. It requires a small selection of percussion instruments a metronome and/or an online metronome. The resources are not prescriptive; simply use the percussion instruments that you have. These activities focus on Playing, Improvising, Composing and Listening, (National Curriculum for Music 2013). In addition this unit will aid the development of a range of wider skills including teamwork, focus, memory recall and imagination. This resource includes six, detailed, easy-to-follow lesson plans with step-by-step instructions, numerous examples to try and lots of advice and tips. If you enjoyed this resource, go check out my shop for more music lessons from Newtonlab! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab
Score Reading, Musical Terms & Signs - Keys Stages 4 and 5
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Score Reading, Musical Terms & Signs - Keys Stages 4 and 5

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Score Reading, Musical Terms and Signs Music Theory Worksheets Key Stages 4 & 5 No prep required! Simply choose a worksheet, print and go! These worksheets give students numerous opportunities to learn and reinforce their music theory knowledge around score reading, musical terms and signs. Twenty, 10-mark, score reading exercises covering a range of musical scores. For example; • Name the longest rhythm used • What is the key signature? • What does cresc. mean? • What major chord uses the notes in the final bar? etc. Worksheets are in no particular order; you chose what is most suitable for your students. Answer keys are provided. These resources will support your delivery of GCSE and A-level Music syllabuses. You do not have to have a musical background to use this pack. Great for revision, assessment, homework, starters/finishers, stand-alone tasks and for supply/cover lessons. Check out my shop for more music lessons, activities and bundles from Newtonlab! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab Terms of Use - These resources are solely for use in school. They may not be shared with third parties or used commercially.
Music Notation Practise-Treble and Bass Clefs - Key Stages 3 and 4
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Music Notation Practise-Treble and Bass Clefs - Key Stages 3 and 4

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Music Notation Practise Treble and Bass Clefs Suitable for students in Key Stages 3 and 4. Are your students secure with notation? Can they confidently read treble and bass clef notes? This resource gives students numerous opportunities to reinforce their treble and bass clef notation skills, enabling them to better understand music. Contains** over three hundred **treble and bass clef note identification examples, including ledger lines and accidentals. All answers are included. It will support your delivery of the National Curriculum for Music and the GCSE Music syllabus. Great for review, assessment, starter activities, early or fast finishers, seat work, homework, supply, distance learning, independent study and home learning. Product has been set out so you can print back-to-back in order to save trees and printing budgets! For more note naming practise, why not purchase the** Name That Note!-Music Theory Bundle**. Over 1000 treble clef and bass clef note-naming challenges presented through PowerPoint with timed responses required. All answer keys provided.https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/name-that-note-treble-clef-and-bass-clef-key-stages-3-and-4-12519923 If you enjoyed this resource go check out my shop for more music lessons from Newtonlab! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab Terms of Use - These resources are solely for use in school. They may not be shared with third parties or used commercially.
Plants, Flowers and Growing - Reception and Key Stage 1
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Plants, Flowers and Growing - Reception and Key Stage 1

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Music Activities Plants, Flowers & Growing Suitable for Reception and Key Stage 1 pupils. Ten musical activities linked to themes and topics around plants, flowers and growing. In addition to your work around the theme, they can be used as stand-alone activities, lesson starters/finishers or brain breaks. To deliver all of the activities you will require a small range of percussion instruments but these are not prescriptive; tambourines and/or rain sticks and/or bells, tambours, woodblock and beater and/or claves and/or castanets, drums. Simply use what you have. This resource will support your delivery of the National Curriculum for Music. The musical activities in this pack focus on listening and responding, improvising and performing. In addition the activities aid the development of a range of wider skills including focus, team-work, creativity and confidence. They can be delivered to a small group of pupils, or as many as you have. You do not have to have a musical background to deliver them. This pack includes; • Ten simple, easy-to-follow, musical activities, with detailed instructions • A list of Resources required for each activity • A PowerPoint presentation with 40 beautiful images of flowers and plants • A set of 10 pictures of flowers you can laminate and use for some of the activities. If you enjoyed this resource go check out my shop for more music activities from Newtonlab! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab Terms of Use - These Resources are solely for use in school. They may not be shared with third parties or used commercially.
Music Listening Worksheets - Reception and Key Stage 1
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Music Listening Worksheets - Reception and Key Stage 1

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**Music Activities Listening Worksheets** Reception and Key Stage 1 There are numerous benefits to be gained when we listen to music including; improving our mood, reducing anxiety, helping us relax, reducing depression, strengthening learning and memory, increasing verbal intelligence, stimulating our brain, raising IQ and academic performance, to name but a few. These worksheets support your work around listening and responding to music. They will also support your delivery of the National Curriculum for Music. They are ideal as starter activities or stand-alone sessions and can be delivered to small groups of pupils, or as many as you have. Simply choose the music, print and go! Great for supply teachers too! No musical background is required. This resource includes a set of 22 colourful, printable, generic listening exercise worksheets ranging in difficulty so that you can differentiate appropriately. Worksheets are in no particular order; you chose what is most suitable for your children. In addition there is an advice page for educators just starting out with focused listening. If you enjoyed this resource, go check out my shop for more music lessons and activities from Newtonlab! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab
Music Listening Worksheets - Key Stage 2
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Music Listening Worksheets - Key Stage 2

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**Music Activities Listening Worksheets Key Stage 2 There are numerous benefits to be gained when we listen to music including; improving our mood, reducing anxiety, helping us relax, reducing depression, strengthening learning and memory, increasing verbal intelligence, stimulating our brain, raising IQ and academic performance, to name but a few. These worksheets support your work around listening and responding to music. They will also support your delivery of the National Curriculum for Music. They are ideal as starter activities or stand-alone sessions and can be delivered to small groups of students, or as many as you have. Simply choose the music, print and go. Great for supply teachers too! No musical background is required. This resource includes a set of 33 colourful, printable, generic listening exercise worksheets ranging in difficulty so that you can differentiate appropriately. Worksheets are in no particular order; you chose what is most suitable for your pupils. In addition there is an advice page and suggestions for educators just starting out with focused listening. If you enjoyed this resource, go check out my shop for more music lessons and activities from Newtonlab! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab
Playing a Glockenspiel Unit 3 - 10 Music Lessons - Key Stage 1 and Lower Key Stage 2
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Playing a Glockenspiel Unit 3 - 10 Music Lessons - Key Stage 1 and Lower Key Stage 2

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Playing a Glockenspiel - Unit 3 10 Music Lessons Suitable for pupils in Key Stage 1 and Lower Key Stage 2. Comprising of ten detailed, easy to follow music lessons for pupils with a range of abilities; this unit builds on the skills learned in Units 1 and 2. There are at least ten music lessons in this unit but depending on the age an ability of your pupils, you may choose to deliver them in smaller chunks. This unit of work reinforces how to play glockenspiels correctly, how to read, play and perform using lettered score. It teaches pupils a wider range of songs and introduces three-part harmony. Pupils also learn to use a wider range of musical terms and signs. It can be delivered to a small group of three, or as many pupils as you have. You do not have to have a musical background to teach it. These resources will support your delivery of the National Curriculum for Music. This unit focuses on Listening and Playing (National Curriculum for Music 2013). In addition, the activities also aid development of a range of wider skills including focus, team-work, performing, coordination and confidence. This resource includes; • Ten detailed lesson plans with numerous exercises to practise • A PowerPoint presentation of the lettered scores and song words • Numerous hints, tips and advice to support your pupils in making progress • A set of printable lettered scores and song words • An MP3 file recording of each song, for your support. If you enjoyed this resource go check out my shop for more music lessons and performance pieces from Newtonlab! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab Terms of Use -These resources may not be shared with third parties or used commercially.
Controlling Sounds - Reception to Key Stage 1
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Controlling Sounds - Reception to Key Stage 1

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Controlling Sounds Unit Six Music Lessons Reception and Key Stage 1 Six practical music lessons based around exploring sounds and music through play, and responding to simple musical directions. Pupils learn how to; • Create a variety of sounds using percussion instruments • Identify a range of percussion instruments • Respond to musical directions for stopping and starting • Control sounds in order that they become gradually louder or gradually quieter • Conduct a group using four directions; start, gradually louder, gradually quieter and stop • Perform as a group and discuss the performances. Musical terms/words; • Conductor • Gradually getting louder • Gradually getting quieter • Percussion instrument • Volume Minimal resources required; a range of percussion instruments; simply use what you have. You do not need a musical background to deliver this unit. The music activities in this pack cover EYFS requirements and Key Stage 1 content through Playing, Improvising and Listening, (National Curriculum for Music). This unit includes; • Six detailed, easy-to-follow lesson plans • Tried and tested tips and advice • Numerous exercises to practise Check out my shop for more music lessons from Newtonlab! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab Terms of Use These resources are solely for use in school. They may not be shared with third parties or used commercially
What To Listen For In Music - Key Stage 3
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What To Listen For In Music - Key Stage 3

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Music Activities What to Listen For In Music Key Stage 3 Listening is a fundamental aspect of the music curriculum. Students need to acquire a music vocabulary so that they can talk about the features of music and discuss their responses to these features. This pack uses a range of materials of varying levels which encourage and support students in responding appropriately to the music they are listening to. Works with small groups of students, or as many as you have. Simply choose the music, print and go. Great for supply teachers too! No musical background is required. This resource includes; • A set of 12 printable musical term posters with their definitions, including dynamics, form, genre, harmony, instrumentation, melody, mood, rhythm, texture, tempo, timbre and tonality – great for classroom display • A matching set of 12 printable vocabulary posters for each musical term, designed to guide students and encourage discussion about what they listen for in music – great for classroom display • A set of 28 printable, generic listening exercise worksheets ranging in approach and levels of difficulty so that you can differentiate appropriately. Worksheets are in no particular order; you chose what is most suitable for your cohort In addition there is an easy guide for creating your own posters. If you enjoyed this resource, go check out my shop for more music lessons and activities from Newtonlab! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab
Musical Note Naming - Treble & Bass Clefs - Key Stages 3 and 4
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Musical Note Naming - Treble & Bass Clefs - Key Stages 3 and 4

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** Musical Note Naming Treble & Bass Clefs** Key Stages 3 and 4 A hands-off activity! No prep required! Are your students secure with notation? Can they confidently read treble and bass clef notes? Musical Note Naming gives students over seven hundred opportunities to learn and reinforce their treble and bass clef notation skills through practice, practice, practice! No musical background required! Three sets each with eighty treble clef notes to name. Treble Clef 1 – Contains only treble clef notes within the staff. Treble Clef 2 – Same as above plus ledger lines. Treble Clef 3 – Same as above plus accidentals (sharps and flats). Three sets each with eighty bass clef notes to name. Bass Clef 1 – Contains only treble clef notes within the staff. Bass Clef 2 – Same as above plus ledger lines. Bass Clef 3 – Same as above plus accidentals (sharps and flats). Three sets each with mixed eighty treble clef and bass clef notes to name. Product has been set out so you can print back-to-back in order to save trees and printing budgets! Students record their answers on prepared worksheets. Answer keys are provided. This will support your delivery of the National Curriculum for Music and GCSE Music syllabuses. Great for review, assessment, seat work, homework, supply teaching, distance learning, independent study and home learning. No musical background required! This resource includes; • Three sets of treble and bass clef note naming exercises • Student worksheets • Answer keys. For more note naming practise, why not purchase the Name That Note! - Music Theory Bundle. Over 1000 treble clef and bass clef note-naming challenges presented through PowerPoint with times responses required.https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/name-that-note-treble-clef-and-bass-clef-key-stages-3-and-4-12519923 If you enjoyed this resource go check out my store for more music lessons from Newtonlab! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/store/Newtonlab Terms of Use - These resources are solely for use in school. They may not be shared with third parties or used commercially.
Sound Effects to 'A Scary Story' Unit-Five Music Lessons - Key Stages 1 and 2
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Sound Effects to 'A Scary Story' Unit-Five Music Lessons - Key Stages 1 and 2

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Sound Effects to ‘A Scary Story’ One Unit of Five Music Lessons Suitable for pupils in Key Stages 1 and 2. This unit teaches pupils to listen carefully, respond to cues and experiment with a range of different sounds using their voices, bodies, a selection of percussion instruments and everyday objects. They will present a performance of ‘A Scary Story’ using appropriate sound effects. Timing is of the essence. ‘A Scary Story’ requires concentration, the ability to listen to others and play at the correct time. It can be delivered to a small or large group of pupils. You do not have to have a musical background to deliver it. This resource will support your delivery of the National Curriculum for Music. The musical activities in this pack focus on Playing, Improvising and Listening, (National Curriculum for Music 2013). In addition the activities aid the development of a range of wider skills including focus, team-work, performing, comprehension and discussion. This unit includes five, detailed, easy to follow lesson plans with step by step instructions, numerous examples, advice, delivery tips and extension ideas. It also includes a paper copy of ‘A Scary Story’ and a copy of the story presented through PowerPoint. If you enjoyed this resource, go check out my shop for more music lessons from Newtonlab! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab
Musical Instruments and their Sounds - Key Stage 1
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Musical Instruments and their Sounds - Key Stage 1

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**Musical Instruments and their Sounds ** One Unit of Six Music Lessons Suitable for Key Stage 1 pupils. Comprising of six easy-to-follow fun music lessons based around instrument sounds, this unit develops pupil’s listening skills and musical instrument knowledge. Pupils learn to recognise a range of twenty instruments by sight and sound including- Bongo drums, Castanets, Church bell, Cymbals, Gong, Hand bells, Harp, Kazoo, Kettle drums, Metal chimes, Piano, Ratchet, Tambourine, Triangle, Trumpet, Tuba, Violin, Woodblock, Wooden chimes and Xylophone. This unit can be delivered to any number of pupils. Pupils do not need to leave their tables. You do not have to have a musical background to deliver this unit. This resource will support your delivery of the National Curriculum for Music. The musical activities in this pack focus on Listening (National Curriculum for Music 2013). In addition it will aid the development of a range of wider skills including focus, general knowledge and confidence. This resource includes; • Detailed, easy to follow, step by step instructions • Colourful printable worksheets • Instrumental sounds presented as MP3 files • Colourful pictures and sounds presented through PowerPoint. If you enjoyed this resource go check out my shop for more music lessons and performance pieces from Newtonlab! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab
Preparing to Sing-Fun Vocal Warm-Ups - Key Stages 1 and 2
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Preparing to Sing-Fun Vocal Warm-Ups - Key Stages 1 and 2

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**Preparing to Sing-Fun Vocal Warm-Ups Suitable for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 pupils. A set of warm-up vocal exercises for young voices** Think of warming up as exercising for your voice. What happens to your voice when you warm up is actually similar to what happens to athletes’ muscles when they stretch and exercise. Warming up loosens those muscles, helps to remove excess mucous and reduces the risk of injury. Regular vocal warm-ups also keep your voice in shape. Just as with other muscles in your body, you need to develop your singing muscles to work efficiently and as they become stronger, your voice will too. Introducing a warm-up routine before you sing will improve the sound quality of your performance. You do not have to have a musical background to deliver these activities. This resource is in two sections. Part one should always be worked through before singing and part two includes a varied selection of ten exercises to choose from when preparing your pupils to sing. If you enjoyed this resource, go check out my shop for more music lesson from Newtonlab! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Newtonlab