Mary's Music Class-an Interactive Music Game focusing on Instrument identification and families

Mary's Music Class-an Interactive Music Game focusing on Instrument identification and families

Mary's Music Class is an interactive game to help students learn about musical instruments and their families and and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. Students are given a brief introduction to the families of musical instruments and then are asked to name and sort each instrument into the right family. Also, Mary has lost her lesson plans and which gives students a second turn if they find a missing page! There is over 40 instruments in this game, giving students at least one turn each. This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom and differentiate instruction. This set is dedicated to my mom, who was a music and elementary school teacher. Hope your students enjoy it as much as mine do! If you and your students enjoy this product there are more in my store like it and many more to come!
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Marty's Baseball Museum- Interactive Math Games

Marty's Baseball Museum- Interactive Math Games

Marty’s Baseball Museum is an interactive game to help students practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. Linked to the Mathematics Common Core. This is a discounted bundle of four games! Plus a bonus Musical Math game too! Students also learn about America’s Greatest Past time, Baseball in the process. Students travel through three scenes in the museum and click on different objects/ people to get math facts to practice. When they get it correct, they learn an interesting fact about baseball. Also, Marty has lost the MVP trophies throughout the museum that give students a second turn! This will gives your students ample opportunities to practice their mathematic skills. This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom.Also great for differentiation of instruction! This set is dedicated to my dad, Marty and his love of baseball and is being released on the Red Sox’ Opening Day 2017!
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Welcome to the Zoo! Interactive Division Games

Welcome to the Zoo! Interactive Division Games

Welcome to the Zoo! are interactive games to help students practice division facts and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. Linked to Common Core Mathematics. Students also learn about various Zoo animals in the process. Students must click on an empty cage to get division facts to practice. When they get it correct, they meet one animal and learn an interesting fact about it. There are three full versions of the game included so that each student in the class should have an opportunities to practice their division. This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom.Also great for differentiation of instruction!
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We're Going to the Zoo! Interactive Math Games

We're Going to the Zoo! Interactive Math Games

Welcome to the Zoo! Are interactive games to help students practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. Linked to Common Core Mathematics. Students also learn about various Zoo animals in the process. Students must click on an empty cage to get addition facts to practice. When they get it correct, they meet one animal and learn an interesting fact about it. There are three full versions of each game included so that each student in the class should have an opportunities to practice their addition skills. This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom.Also great for differentiation of instruction!
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We're Going to the Zoo! Interactive Multiplication Games

We're Going to the Zoo! Interactive Multiplication Games

Welcome to the Zoo! Are interactive games to help students practice multiplication facts and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. Linked to Common Core Mathematics. Students also learn about various Zoo animals in the process. Students must click on an empty cage to get multiplication facts to practice. When they get it correct, they meet one animal and learn an interesting fact about it. There are three full versions of the game included so that each student in the class should have an opportunities to practice their multiplication. This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom.Also great for differentiation of instruction!
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We're Going to the Zoo! Interactive Subtraction Games

We're Going to the Zoo! Interactive Subtraction Games

Welcome to the Zoo! Are interactive games to help students practice subtraction facts and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. Linked to Common Core Mathematics. Students also learn about various Zoo animals in the process. Students must click on an empty cage to get subtraction facts to practice. When they get it correct, they meet one animal and learn an interesting fact about it. There are three full versions of the game included so that each student in the class should have an opportunities to practice their subtraction skills. This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom.Also great for differentiation of instruction!
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Marty's Baseball Museum- Multiplication Edition-Interactive Game

Marty's Baseball Museum- Multiplication Edition-Interactive Game

Marty’s Baseball Museum is an interactive game to help students practice multiplication facts and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. Linked to Common Core Mathematics. Students also learn about America’s Greatest Past time, Baseball in the process. Students travel through three scenes in the museum and click on different objects/ people to get multiplication facts to practice. When they get it correct, they learn an interesting fact about baseball. Also, Marty has lost the MVP trophies throughout the museum that give students a second turn! Currently there is one version of the game, but the plan is to add two different versions with new baseball facts to the set. This will gives your students ample opportunities to practice their multiplication. This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom.Also great for differentiation of instruction! This set is dedicated to my dad, Marty and his love of baseball and is being released on the Red Sox’ Opening Day 2017!
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Catie the Rock Star! Interactive Recorder BAG Game

Catie the Rock Star! Interactive Recorder BAG Game

Catie the Rock Star is a Recorder game to help students practice reading notes and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. These recorder patterns include the notes B,A and G. Catie has a dream to be a rock star and has to make her way through the crowd, gathering enough stars to be able to perform with the band. As the students choose members of the audience they are given examples of musical patterns to practice. There are enough examples to have a whole class have at least one turn, giving your students opportunities to practice reading musical notes B,A, and G. This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom and differentiate instruction! This game is dedicated to my Rock Star niece Catie!
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Mary's Music Class-an Interactive Music Game focusing on Instrument identification and families

Mary's Music Class-an Interactive Music Game focusing on Instrument identification and families

Mary's Music Class is an interactive game to help students learn about musical instruments and their families and and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. Students are given a brief introduction to the families of musical instruments and then are asked to name and sort each instrument into the right family. Also, Mary has lost her lesson plans and which gives students a second turn if they find a missing page! There is over 40 instruments in this game, giving students at least one turn each. This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom and differentiate instruction. This set is dedicated to my mom, who was a music and elementary school teacher. Hope your students enjoy it as much as mine do! If you and your students enjoy this product there are more in my store like it and many more to come!
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Marty's Baseball Museum- Addition Edition-  Interactive Math Games

Marty's Baseball Museum- Addition Edition- Interactive Math Games

Marty’s Baseball Museum is an interactive game to help students practice addition facts and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. Linked to Common Core Mathematics. Students also learn about America’s Greatest Past time, Baseball in the process. Students travel through three scenes in the museum and click on different objects/ people to get addition facts to practice. When they get it correct, they learn an interesting fact about baseball. Also, Marty has lost the MVP trophies throughout the museum that give students a second turn! This will gives your students ample opportunities to practice their addition skills. This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom.Also great for differentiation of instruction! This set is dedicated to my dad, Marty and his love of baseball and is being released on the Red Sox’ Opening Day 2017!
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Marty's Baseball Museum- Subtraction Edition- Interactive Math Games

Marty's Baseball Museum- Subtraction Edition- Interactive Math Games

Marty’s Baseball Museum is an interactive game to help students practice subtraction facts and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. Linked to Common Core Mathematics. Students also learn about America’s Greatest Past time, Baseball in the process. Students travel through three scenes in the museum and click on different objects/ people to get subtraction facts to practice. When they get it correct, they learn an interesting fact about baseball. Also, Marty has lost the MVP trophies throughout the museum that give students a second turn! This will gives your students ample opportunities to practice their subtraction skills. This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom.Also great for differentiation of instruction! This set is dedicated to my dad, Marty and his love of baseball and is being released on the Red Sox’ Opening Day 2017!
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Marty's Baseball Museum- Interactive Math Games

Marty's Baseball Museum- Interactive Math Games

Marty’s Baseball Museum is an interactive game to help students practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. Linked to the Mathematics Common Core. This is a discounted bundle of four games! Plus a bonus Musical Math game too! Students also learn about America’s Greatest Past time, Baseball in the process. Students travel through three scenes in the museum and click on different objects/ people to get math facts to practice. When they get it correct, they learn an interesting fact about baseball. Also, Marty has lost the MVP trophies throughout the museum that give students a second turn! This will gives your students ample opportunities to practice their mathematic skills. This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom.Also great for differentiation of instruction! This set is dedicated to my dad, Marty and his love of baseball and is being released on the Red Sox’ Opening Day 2017!
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Marty's Baseball Museum- Musical Math Edition-an Interactive Game to practice note values

Marty's Baseball Museum- Musical Math Edition-an Interactive Game to practice note values

Marty’s Baseball Museum is an interactive game to help students practice note values and and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. Students also learn about America’s Greatest Past time, Baseball in the process. Students travel through three scenes in the museum and click on different objects/ people to get note values facts to practice. When they get it correct, they learn an interesting fact about baseball. Also, Marty has lost the MVP trophies throughout the museum that give students a second turn!. This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom. This set is dedicated to my dad, Marty and his love of baseball and is being released on the Red Sox’ Opening Day 2017! If you and your students enjoy this product there are more in my store like it and many more to come!
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Marty's Baseball Museum- Division Edition- Interactive Math Game

Marty's Baseball Museum- Division Edition- Interactive Math Game

Marty’s Baseball Museum is an interactive game to help students practice division facts and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. Linked to Common Core Mathematics. Students also learn about America’s Greatest Past time, Baseball in the process. Students travel through three scenes in the museum and click on different objects/ people to get division facts to practice. When they get it correct, they learn an interesting fact about baseball. Also, Marty has lost the MVP trophies throughout the museum that give students a second turn! Currently there is one version of the game, but the plan is to add two different versions with new baseball facts to the set. This will gives your students ample opportunities to practice their division. This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom. Also great for differentiation of instruction! This set is dedicated to my dad, Marty and his love of baseball and is being released on the Red Sox’ Opening Day 2017!
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Catie the Rock Star! Interactive Rhythm Game

Catie the Rock Star! Interactive Rhythm Game

Catie the Rock Star is a rhythm game to help students practice music rhythms and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. These rhythms include patterns using quarter notes, double eighth notes, quarter rests and half notes. Catie has a dream to be a rock star and has to make her way through the crowd, gathering enough stars to be able to perform with the band. As the students choose members of the audience they are given examples of rhythms to practice. There are enough examples to have a whole class have at least one turn, giving your students opportunities to practice their rhythms. This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom and differentiate instruction! This game is dedicated to my Rock Star niece Catie!
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Surf's Up! Interactive Music game focusing on note and "musical word" reading

Surf's Up! Interactive Music game focusing on note and "musical word" reading

This is a treble clef note and "musical word" reading game. When designing this product, I was thinking of how my own students love to take turns playing games in my music class. They can’t get enough of it and always want “another turn.” This product has plenty of opportunities for students to have several turns during one class, or over several class periods. This game can be projected for a class to play at once or used on an iPad or tablet for individual or small group play. The game is tiered so that it gets harder as the students go to different locations. Each location is like a mini game It can be played over one or several class periods. LOTS of content here! I hope your students enjoy Surf’s Up! as much as my students have! Students go on a virtual adventure visiting different Spring/Summer scenes to help the children with note reading. they are given over 50 examples of note/ musical words to practice. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom and differentiate instruction.It also helps students (especially second language learners develop language skills and vocabulary development. But, most importantly, it provides lots of fun while learning about music!
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Classroom Instrument Cards-multipurpose printable cards

Classroom Instrument Cards-multipurpose printable cards

These cards can be used to label containers that hold rhythm instruments, serve as flash cards to use with students, word walls/word banks or to use in a bulletin board display. Visuals like these are especially helpful with ELL learners or young children who are learning the names of classroom rhythm instruments. They are made to be printed on 8 1/2 by 11 inch card stock.
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Help! I'm lost in Space-Half Note Edition- Interdisciplinary Interactive Music and Space game

Help! I'm lost in Space-Half Note Edition- Interdisciplinary Interactive Music and Space game

Most school systems are starting to depend on teachers in the arts to include interdisciplinary aspects in their curriculum. This product is and integration of music and science. It is an interdisciplinary game for music reading. Included in this bundle are three games addressing half notes, quarter notes, quarter rests and eighth note rhythms. Students will practice their music reading skills while they search for the missing spaceship. They will also learn kid friendly facts about the solar system! I am including three different games, because my students are always disappointed if there is only one version of a game! Hope you and your students enjoy it!
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Help! I'm lost in Space!-Interactive and Interdisciplinary Game- Space and Music-rhythm reading

Help! I'm lost in Space!-Interactive and Interdisciplinary Game- Space and Music-rhythm reading

Most school systems are starting to depend on teachers in the arts to include interdisciplinary aspects in their curriculum. This product is and integration of music and science. It is an interdisciplinary game for music reading. Included in this bundle are three games addressing quarter note and eighth note rhythms. Students will practice their music reading skills while they search for the missing spaceship. They will also learn kid friendly facts about the solar system! I am including three different games, because my students are always disappointed if there is only one version of a game! Hope you and your students enjoy it! If you and your students enjoy this product there are more in my store like it and many more to come!
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Leo's Lemonade Stand- an Interactive Music game focusing on eighth and quarter notes

Leo's Lemonade Stand- an Interactive Music game focusing on eighth and quarter notes

Leo's Lemonade Stand is a rhythm game to help students practice music rhythms and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. These rhythms include patterns using quarter notes and double eighth notes.Leo and his friends have lost the lemons they need to make their lemonade. As the students choose different parts of the lemonade stand they are given examples of rhythms to practice. There are three versions of this game included. This gives your students ample opportunities to practice their rhythms and have several turns each! This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. Excellent for differentiation of instruction. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom. It also helps students (especially second language learners develop language skills and vocabulary development. But, most importantly, it provides lots of fun while learning about music!
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Musician Memory Game-matching instrument and musician

Musician Memory Game-matching instrument and musician

This is a matching game, where students will match the instrument with a child playing the same instrument. This will help students recognize classroom rhythm instruments and instruments of the orchestra and how they are played. Students place the cards in 4 rows of four face down. Students take turns turning over two cards at a time trying to match the instrument with the musician playing that instrument. Download the game and print on double sided card stock (borderless) and laminate for best results! When using with young children (K-1) , I suggest splitting the game up into five mini games and putting into ziplock bags. The students then only have to match 8 instruments/musicians at a time. when they complete the first baggie, they switch to a different bag (group of 8 instruments/musicians) I am including a second set of colored cards with colored dots on the back so that you can sort them into the mini games faster. Also included is a black and white set to save on colored ink. I hope your students enjoy them as much as mine did!
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Megan's Musical Mansion-A Interactive Rhythm Game TRIAL version! FREE!

Megan's Musical Mansion-A Interactive Rhythm Game TRIAL version! FREE!

This virtual dollhouse is a rhythm game to help students practice music rhythms and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. These rhythms include patterns using quarter notes, half notes, double eighth notes, quarter rests and half rests. This TRIAL version includes TWO full working rooms. As in the full version your students visit each room of the mansion to search for the missing pages of music, they are given examples of rhythms to practice. Each room in the house is like a mini game. This gives your students ample opportunities to practice their rhythms and have several turns each! Students search for Megan's sheet music throughout the house. After playing the game with my students, I have added extra sheets of music in each room to ensure that the kids aren't disappointed once one sheet is found! This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It can be played over one or several class periods. LOTS of content here! It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom and differentiate instruction. It also helps students (especially second language learners develop language skills and vocabulary development. But, most importantly, it provides lots of fun while learning about music! If you and your students enjoy this product there are more in my store like it and many more to come! Check out my store for the full version of Megan's Musical Mansion at a limited 20% discount!
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Rhythm Kaboom - eighth and quarter note/rest game

Rhythm Kaboom - eighth and quarter note/rest game

Rhythm Kaboom Game Materials: Popsicle sticks Rhythm cards printed, laminated and cut up from attached sheet Container to hold the sticks (a powdered drink canister like Crystal Light, I cover them with colorful duct tape or scrapbook paper) Set Up The Game: Attach the rhythm and KABOOM cards to the popsicle sticks (hot glue with packing tape works great.) Put a colored dot on the other end of the popsicle stick (this helps with sorting games that have been mixed up.) Put all of the sticks in the container, rhythm card first. Rules to Play: 1. Decide who will go first and choose a popsicle stick from the container without looking. 2. Read the rhythm that is on the stick and check with your partner(s) if your answer is correct. If your answer is correct, you keep the stick. If your answer is incorrect, put the stick back in the container. 3. If you pull a stick with the word KABOOM on it, then you must put all of the sticks that you have into the container, except the KABOOM stick. Do not put it back in the container, put it to the side. 4. Play until all the sticks are used and the person with the most sticks WINS the game.
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