Easy to use in distance learning! Music Class Students love these interactive body percussion activities that can be used with or without music. K-6 applications with Ideas for Stations, Lessons, Small and Large groups. Motivational posters with lesson ideas included. Great for beginning or end of year classes and building classroom community. Perfect for K-6. LEARNING GOALS: Play the Steady Beat Play a Rhythm Pattern (4 and 8 beats) Create a Rhythm Pattern Tempo This resource is part of the Music Class Essentials Bundle RESOURCE INCLUDES: Teaching Presentation Video Activity with 3 Levels of “do alone” body percussion patterns. Video Activity Introducing Body Percussion- the 3 moves. Printables Activities- Flash Cards, Creating, Worksheets “Lou, Lou, Skip to My Lou” Mp3 Vocal and Accompaniment Tracks Levels of Skill Posters Teacher Directions for the Game. Teacher Directions for the Activities. Lesson Ideas for 5 Lessons. 8 Worksheets for Student Activities. PRINTABLES: 2 Posters for the Steady Beat 3 Poster Size “clap-pat-snap” 8-4 Beat Patterns 4-8 Beat Patterns 4-Create Your Own Activity Ideas 16-Body Percussion Flash Cards labeled and unlabeled 8 -Worksheets for Student Activities PRESENTATION IN COLOR: 1-“TEMPO” teaching page 6- “Level Monster” pages 2 Posters for “Lou Lou” to use in the activities 2 Posters for the Steady Beat 8-4 Beat Patterns 4-8 Beat Patterns 4-Create Your Own Activity Ideas 8- Individual Body Percussion Cards (poster and flashcard size) 3- Practice “Clap”, “Snap”, “Pat” pages to use with younger grades HOW TO USE THIS RESOURCE: Students love to Clap Pat and Snap using these original and engaging activities. Build Beat and rhythm skills as students try to beat the monster to get to the next level. Use the Video in your Online or Distance Teaching Settings, or in the classroom. The Video is a great way to introduce playing 4 beat patterns with Clap, Pat and Snap actions. 5 lessons and extension ideas including IDEAS FOR STATIONS with FLASH CARDS, posters, and WORKSHEETS for student practice. Body percussion activities for students K-6. A flexible and Fun set of Activities for your Music Class. WHAT BUYERS SAY: Love the composition opportunities. Thank you! Fantastic and engaging lessons and resource! Thank you! My kids were really engaged using this resource. A must-have for every music classroom! Sing Play Create www.singplaycreate.com
Music, P.E. and Classroom teachers will love using these directional movement cards based on the Nutcracker Ballet. Includes scarf and creative movement activities- a fun brain break or full class activity. Resource Includes: (16) Scarf Directional or Movement Cards (13) Creative Movement Cards Scarf Rules and Guide on Movement for students to read out loud. Teaching Directions for Activities. How to use: You’ll need some music, either Nutcracker or Holiday tunes will work great. You can print the cards and show the pictures or project from the power point slides. I’ve found that about 15-17 seconds per card is a good amount of time. Duplicate the cards and use over and over for the time you need to fill your class.
Distance Learning Music Resource Sing and Play Game song “Apple Tree” an original song with So-Mi Kodaly and beginning Orff Activities. Play the game to learn student names. Learn skills with the rhythm practice pages. Perfect for K-3 students. DIGITAL GOOGLE SLIDES COMPANION ACTIVITY LINK: Music Rhythm and Melody Digital Activities (so mi) DISTANCE LEARNING OPTIONS: Google Apps- use the video, upload the presentation and/or the worksheets for assignments WebEx, Screencastify, Zoom, etc. You can share your screen and have students practice and play the game together. Classroom Activities on individual tablets/computers USE THIS RESOURCE Use this resource in you back to school lessons to review rhythms and notes and get to know all of your student names. Use this resource throughout the year by playing the song and game as review and assessment of skills. Use the “Interactive/Smart Board” graphics and pages for whole class or station activities. LEARNING GOALS: Students can aurally and visually understand one sound on a beat named “ta” and two sounds on a beat named “ti-ti”. Students can identify the symbol [ta] and [ti-ti] and be able to use these rhythms to: Read Notation Write Notation Perform by singing and playing instruments Create a Rhythm Pattern Create a Melody Pattern I CAN STATEMENTS: • I Can Sing so-mi patterns • I Can Play so-mi patterns • I Can Play Rhythms • I Can Play Ta and ti-ti • I Can Play Rhythm Patterns • I Can Create a Rhythm Pattern • I can Create a Melody Pattern RESOURCE INCLUDES: · Teacher Guide in Portrait size with teaching directions, contents, learning goals, sheet music, lyric posters b/w · Presentation in Power Point and PDF files · Teaching Video with Vocal Track · Song Mp3 Vocal and Accompaniment Tracks · 5 Lesson Plans to learn so-mi and ta & ti-ti · I CAN STATEMENTS for each learning goal · 10 -Apple shape Rhythm Patterns · 10- note shape Rhythm patterns · Sheet Music -“Apple Tree” Song –Note Names, Orff Accompaniment, Solfege · 5-Worksheets: Complete 4 beats, Write the Rhythms, Write the Melody, Create a Melody, Color Ta and ti-ti · FLASHCARDS: Color and Black/White apple iconic and rhythmic notation- quarter, eighth notes labelled and unlabeled · 2- BLANK FRAMED SLIDES-for smartboard activity · 24 Graphic Images for Interactive displays, smartboards, computer screens, tablets. SING PLAY CREATE www.singplaycreate.com
Distance Learning Activities “Apple Tree” is an original song and game to teach, review and assess so-mi-la, sixteenth note rhythms and review quarter and eighth notes. Teaching Video, Presentation and Audio Files for Google Apps. Students love the easy to play Orff arrangement and exciting game as well as the practice worksheets and flash cards. The game is perfect for Back to School activities to help students learn the names of their classmates or to play throughout the year. This resource includes lessons for an entire unit. Perfect for grades 3-5. *DIGITAL GOOGLE SLIDES COMPANION ACTIVITY LINK: Music Rhythm and Melody Digital Activities (so mi la) DISTANCE LEARNING OPTIONS: Google Apps- use the video, upload the presentation and/or the worksheets for assignments WebEx, Screencastify, Zoom, etc. You can share your screen and have students practice and play the game together. Classroom Activities on individual tablets/computers CONCEPTS: ·Students can identify the symbols and be able to use these rhythms: Sixteenth notes ** Eighth notes 2 Sixteenth +1 eighth note Read Notation (so-mi-la) Write Notation Perform by singing and playing instruments Create a Rhythm Pattern Create a Melody Pattern USE THIS RESOURCE: Use this resource in you back to school lessons to review rhythms and notes and get to know all of your student names. Use this resource throughout the year by playing the song and game as review and assessment of skills. Use the “Interactive/Smart Board” graphics and pages for whole class or station activities. RESOURCE INCLUDES: Teaching Presentation- rhythm,solfege, Melody, Ostinato Teaching Video Song Vocal and Accompaniment Mp3 tracks Digital Graphic Images 7 Lesson Procedures Sheet Music -“Apple Tree” Song –Note Names, Orff Accompaniment, Solfege Mp3 Practice Track 2-Worksheets-Create Melody, Create a Rhythm FLASHCARDS-Color and Black/White iconic apples and rhythmic notation 6 I CAN STATEMENTS for each learning goal 2- BLANK FRAMED SHEETS a Sing Play Create www.singplaycreate.com
K-6 Music Class Games to Assess, Review, Reward students. You can play these fun and easily adaptable games with just a couple of bean bags. Especially useful for a Sub Tub, before a Holiday or Break and for End of the Year Activities. Resource Includes: 8 (Eight) Games with directions and adaptations for grades K-6 in Poster size and Mini-Card size. Printable Black and White Booklet of the game directions. Print, cut and laminate the mini-cards to hang on a ring for easy use. Use for a substitute in your sub plans. PLEASE NOTE: All of the games involve passing and or tossing the bean bags. These are active games. K may need some help learning how to pass the bean bags and may need to practice first. 4-6th graders will easily play the games.