Recorder Bonanza - Recorder Worksheets - Great for music centers!  BAG-ED

Recorder Bonanza - Recorder Worksheets - Great for music centers! BAG-ED

Need a way to give your kids a little extra practice reading and notating 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 B, A, G, E (low), and D(low)! In this resource: • Color the BAG-EDs on the Staff - Students will color code fingering charts for B, A, G, E, and D. • BAG-ED Finger Flurry - Students will label and notate notes by identifying the recorder fingering. • BAG-ED Note Decoder 1 - Students will identify notes on the staff and color in fingerings. Uses Quarter Notes. • BAG-ED Note Decoder 2 - Students will identify notes on the staff and color in fingerings. Uses Whole Notes. • BAG-ED Note Decoder 3 - Students will identify notes on the staff and color in fingerings. Uses mix of Quarter, Half, and Whole notes. • BAG-ED Note Expander - Students will identify notate and color in fingerings for given notes. • Color the BAG-EDs - Students will shade in the correct pitch for each recorder fingering. • Color the Staff BAG-EDs - Students will shade in the correct notated pitch for each recorder fingering. • Color the Staff Rhythm BAG-EDs - Students will shade in the correct notated pitch for each recorder fingering. Answers use a variety of rhythmic notes. • Composing with BAG-EDs - Students will write their own melody using the notes B, A, G, E, and D, and then shade in fingerings. • BAG-ED Notespeller - Students will identify notes on the staff. • BAG-ED Notespeller 2 - Students will identify notes on the staff using a variety of rhythmic notation. • DBAG-ED Recorder Flower - Students will color by recorder fingering chart. • BAG-ED Puzzle - Students will cut out BAG-ED puzzle pieces and glue them together. Each piece of the puzzle represents a different way to represent a single pitch. • BAG-ED Fingering Chart - Students will create their own fingering chart for B, A, G, E, and D. • Recorder Flower 2 - Students will color by note. • BAG-ED Hidden Picture - Students will color by note to find the hidden picture. • BAG-ED Recorder Reminder Song - Students will use the rhythm of a cute poem about how to play the recorder to compose a song. • BAG-ED Crossword Puzzle - Students will decode the crossword puzzle by identifying B,A, G, E, and D on the staff. Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love Life.
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Music Sub Tub Stuffers: Guess the Christmas Song Emoji Game

Music Sub Tub Stuffers: Guess the Christmas Song Emoji Game

Most teachers would agree taking a sick or person day is harder than actually being at work. Writing music sub plans and preparing music sub tubs and music sub binders are so hard, especially in music and other specials! This is a great holiday activity for grades 3 and up! The younger kids could do it as a class activity! Students are presented a series of emoji patterns and have to guess what song it is! There are 60 songs to decipher! This file includes the following: • PowerPoint Presentation - This is editable and you can change the order of the songs (though you will need to update the key). A version for showing the answer immediately and later are both present. • Blank Answer Sheets - Give to students to answer as you go through the powerpoint. • Key - editable and non-editable. Print and go or customize for your needs! • Students questions sheets in color and black/white (Editable and non-editable). • Sample sub lesson plan, completely editable. Please install included fonts for formatting to remain the same. Note: The editable versions will need some formatting and/or installation of linked fonts. There are print-and-go versions included that do not need formatting.
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Pop Play Alongs - Holidays (Sleigh Ride, Jingle Bell Rock, It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year)

Pop Play Alongs - Holidays (Sleigh Ride, Jingle Bell Rock, It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year)

Looking for a differentiated and exciting way to practice reading rhythms? Use Pop Play Alongs! Obtain enough basketballs, tennis balls, non-pitched instruments, or use body percussion, and use the provided slides to perform rhythms with some of your favorite songs! I use these 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 the self-advancing PowerPoint for the following songs: • "Jingle Bell Rock" by Bobby Helms • "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" - by Andy Williams • "Sleigh Ride" sung by the Ronettes In addition, you will receive detailed lesson plans for 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. Neither Jingle Bell Rock nor Sleigh Ride mention the word "Christmas" so these may be perfect for those who cannot use the word Christmas in their lessons. Jingle Bell Rock uses the "syncopa" syncopation rhythm. There are two versions of "Sleigh Ride" - one that uses sixteenth notes, and sixteenth/eighth note combinations. I also included an easier version without sixteenth notes. Please download the preview to see all rhythms included. Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love life.
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Counting Edition Level 8 - Rhythm Game

Music Centers: Rhythm Race Counting Edition Level 8 - Rhythm Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game where students race to the finish line by counting the number of beats on a card! Use in your daily lessons, as part of center activities, or as a great sub plan! This is Level 8: Quarter Note, Quarter Rest, Beamed Eighth Notes, Half Note, Whole Note, Beamed Sixteenth Note, Beamed Sixteenth/Eighth, Beamed Eighth/Sixteenth, Single Eighth Note, Single Sixteenth Note, Dotted Half Note, Whole Rest, and Half Rest, In the game, each student will draw a card and count up the number of counts on each card. Then, they can move their game piece (provided by you ) the number of counts on the card. There are also some game cards like "Wreck: Skip Your Turn!" Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as the move forward and check each other. In this resource: • Game board in Black and White. • Game board in Color. • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students! ___________________________________________________________________________ Teach Music. Love Life. Musically, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Counting Edition Level 7 - Rhythm Game

Music Centers: Rhythm Race Counting Edition Level 7 - Rhythm Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game where students race to the finish line by counting the number of beats on a card! Use in your daily lessons, as part of center activities, or as a great sub plan! This is Level 6: Quarter Note, Quarter Rest, Beamed Eighth Notes, Half Note, Whole Note, Beamed Sixteenth Note, Beamed Eighth/Sixteenth, Beamed Sixteenth/Eighth, Dotted Half Note, Whole Rest, and Half Rest. In the game, each student will draw a card and count up the number of counts on each card. Then, they can move their game piece (provided by you ) the number of counts on the card. There are also some game cards like "Wreck: Skip Your Turn!" Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as the move forward and check each other. In this resource: • Game board in Black and White. • Game board in Color. • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students! ___________________________________________________________________________ Teach Music. Love Life. Musically, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Counting Edition Level 9 - Rhythm Game

Music Centers: Rhythm Race Counting Edition Level 9 - Rhythm Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game where students race to the finish line by counting the number of beats on a card! Use in your daily lessons, as part of center activities, or as a great sub plan! This is Level 9: Quarter Note, Quarter Rest, Beamed Eighth Notes, Half Note, Whole Note, Beamed Sixteenth Note, Beamed Sixteenth/Eighth, Beamed Eighth/Sixteenth, Single Eighth Note, Single Sixteenth Note, Single Eighth Note, Dotted Half Note, Whole Rest, and Half Rest In the game, each student will draw a card and count up the number of counts on each card. Then, they can move their game piece (provided by you ) the number of counts on the card. There are also some game cards like "Wreck: Skip Your Turn!" Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as the move forward and check each other. In this resource: • Game board in Black and White. • Game board in Color. • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students! ___________________________________________________________________________ Teach Music. Love Life. Musically, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 8 - Rhythm Game

Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 8 - Rhythm Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game where students race to the finish line by naming the names of rhythm notes! Use in your daily lessons, as part of center activities, or as a great sub plan! This is Level 8: Quarter Note, Quarter Rest, Beamed Eighth Notes, Half Note, Whole Note, Beamed Sixteenth Notes, Dotted Half Note, Whole Rest, Half Rest, Dotted Quarter Note, Single Eighth Note, and Single Eighth Rest In the game, each student will draw a card and then move their game piece (provided by you) to the corresponding note. There are also some "game" cards like "Pit Stop: Pick another card and go back to that Note!" Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as the move forward and check each other. In this resource: • Game board in Black and White. • Game board in Color. • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students!
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 1 - Rhythm Game

Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 1 - Rhythm Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game where students race to the finish line by naming the names of rhythm notes! Use in your daily lessons, as part of center activities, or as a great sub plan! This is Level 1: Quarter Note, Quarter Rest, and Beamed Eighth Notes In the game, each student will draw a card and then move their game piece (provided by you) to the corresponding note. There are also some "game" cards like "Pit Stop: Pick another card and go back to that Note!" Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as the move forward and check each other. In this resource: • Game board in Black and White. • Game board in Color. • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students!
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 5 - Rhythm Game

Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 5 - Rhythm Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game where students race to the finish line by naming the names of rhythm notes! Use in your daily lessons, as part of center activities, or as a great sub plan! This is Level 5: Quarter Note, Quarter Rest, Beamed Eighth Notes, Half Note, Whole Note, Beamed Sixteenth Notes, and Dotted Half Note In the game, each student will draw a card and then move their game piece (provided by you) to the corresponding note. There are also some "game" cards like "Pit Stop: Pick another card and go back to that Note!" Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as the move forward and check each other. In this resource: • Game board in Black and White. • Game board in Color. • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students!
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Music Sub Tub Stuffers: Guess the Nursery Rhyme/Folk Song Emoji Game

Music Sub Tub Stuffers: Guess the Nursery Rhyme/Folk Song Emoji Game

Most teachers would agree taking a sick or person day is harder than actually being at work. Writing music sub plans and preparing music sub tubs and music sub binders are so hard, especially in music and other specials! This is a great activity for grades 3 and up! The younger kids could do it as a class activity! Students are presented a series of emoji patterns and have to guess what song it is! There are 60 songs to decipher! This file includes the following: • PowerPoint Presentation - This is editable and you can change the order of the songs (though you will need to update the key). A version for showing the answer immediately and later are both present. • Blank Answer Sheets - Give to students to answer as you go through the powerpoint. • Key - editable and non-editable. Print and go or customize for your needs! • Students questions sheets in color and black/white (Editable and non-editable). • Sample sub lesson plan, completely editable. Please install included fonts for formatting to remain the same. Note: The editable versions will need some formatting and/or installation of linked fonts. There are print-and-go versions included that do not need formatting. There are 60 songs included. They are: • Hot Cross Buns • Three Blind Mice • Mary Had a Little Lamb • Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star • Hey, Diddle, Diddle • Old MacDonald Had a Farm • Pease Porridge Hot • Little Miss Muffet • Rain, Rain, Go Away • The Muffin Man • Peter, Peter, pumpkin Eater • It's Raining, It's Pouring • Polly Put the Kettle On • The Itsy Bitsy Spider • Baa, Baa, Black Sheep • The Alphabet Song (ABCs) • Humpty Dumpty • Jack and Jill • Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed • Bee, Bee, Bumblebee • Cobbler, Cobbler, Mend My Shoe • She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain • London Bridge is Falling Down • I've Been Working o the Railroad • Hickory Dickory Dock • Jack Be Nimble • Here Comes a Bluebird • Little Tommy Tucker • Ring Around the Rosie • Pizza, Pizza, Daddy-O • Row, Row, Row Your Boat • One, Two, Buckle Your Shoe • Once I Caught a Fish Alive • Pat-a-cake • Are You Sleeping? • I'm a Little Teapot • Rock-a-Bye-Baby • Michael, Row the Boat Ashore • Sing a Song of Sixpence • Seesaw • Starlight, Starbright • Johnny Works with One Hammer • Let Us Chase the Squirrel • Lemonade • Apple Tree • Doggie, Doggie • Engine, Engine, Number Nine • Teddy Bear • Bow Wow Wow • Lucy Locket • Two, Four, Six, Eight • Bluebird, Bluebird • Alabama Gal • The Wheels on the Bus • Chicken on a Fencepost • Cut the Cake • Black Snack • Naughty Kitty Cat • Snail, Snail • Bounce High, Bounce Low Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love life.
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 6 - Rhythm Game

Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 6 - Rhythm Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game where students race to the finish line by naming the names of rhythm notes! Use in your daily lessons, as part of center activities, or as a great sub plan! This is Level 6: Quarter Note, Quarter Rest, Beamed Eighth Notes, Half Note, Whole Note, Beamed Sixteenth Notes, Dotted Half Note, Whole Rest, and Half Rest In the game, each student will draw a card and then move their game piece (provided by you) to the corresponding note. There are also some "game" cards like "Pit Stop: Pick another card and go back to that Note!" Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as the move forward and check each other. In this resource: • Game board in Black and White. • Game board in Color. • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students!
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 4 - Rhythm Game

Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 4 - Rhythm Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game where students race to the finish line by naming the names of rhythm notes! Use in your daily lessons, as part of center activities, or as a great sub plan! This is Level 4: Quarter Note, Quarter Rest, Beamed Eighth Notes, Half Note, Whole Note, and Beamed Sixteenth Notes In the game, each student will draw a card and then move their game piece (provided by you) to the corresponding note. There are also some "game" cards like "Pit Stop: Pick another card and go back to that Note!" Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as the move forward and check each other. In this resource: • Game board in Black and White. • Game board in Color. • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students!
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 3 - Rhythm Game

Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 3 - Rhythm Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game where students race to the finish line by naming the names of rhythm notes! Use in your daily lessons, as part of center activities, or as a great sub plan! This is Level 3: Quarter Note, Quarter Rest, Beamed Eighth Notes, Half Note, and Whole Note In the game, each student will draw a card and then move their game piece (provided by you) to the corresponding note. There are also some "game" cards like "Pit Stop: Pick another card and go back to that Note!" Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as the move forward and check each other. In this resource: • Game board in Black and White. • Game board in Color. • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students!
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 2 - Rhythm Game

Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 2 - Rhythm Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game where students race to the finish line by naming the names of rhythm notes! Use in your daily lessons, as part of center activities, or as a great sub plan! This is Level 2: Quarter Note, Quarter Rest, Beamed Eighth Notes, and Half Note In the game, each student will draw a card and then move their game piece (provided by you) to the corresponding note. There are also some "game" cards like "Pit Stop: Pick another card and go back to that Note!" Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as the move forward and check each other. In this resource: • Game board in Black and White. • Game board in Color. • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students!
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 7 - Rhythm Game

Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 7 - Rhythm Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game where students race to the finish line by naming the names of rhythm notes! Use in your daily lessons, as part of center activities, or as a great sub plan! This is Level 7: Quarter Note, Quarter Rest, Beamed Eighth Notes, Half Note, Whole Note, Beamed Sixteenth Notes, Dotted Half Note, Whole Rest, Half Rest, Dotted Quarter Note, and Single Eighth Note. In the game, each student will draw a card and then move their game piece (provided by you) to the corresponding note. There are also some "game" cards like "Pit Stop: Pick another card and go back to that Note!" Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as the move forward and check each other. In this resource: • Game board in Black and White. • Game board in Color. • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students!
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level Beginner - Rhythm Game

Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level Beginner - Rhythm Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game where students race to the finish line by naming the names of rhythm notes! Use in your daily lessons, as part of center activities, or as a great sub plan! This is Level Beginner: Quarter Note and Beamed Eighth Notes (NO REST!) In the game, each student will draw a card and then move their game piece (provided by you) to the corresponding note. There are also some "game" cards like "Pit Stop: Pick another card and go back to that Note!" Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as the move forward and check each other. In this resource: • Game board in Black and White. • Game board in Color. • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students!
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Science of Sound Unit 1st: Lesson Plans, Presentation, Experiments, & Assessment

Science of Sound Unit 1st: Lesson Plans, Presentation, Experiments, & Assessment

This is an editable interdisciplinary unit on the Science of Sound Energy for 1st grade music and science. This lesson and accompanying PowerPoint will provide you all you need to teach a fun, engaging science of sound unit. This unit was written to meet the 1st grade science of sound curriculum in Georgia, but can be modified to meet the needs of other grade levels. This packet is wonderful for collaboration between music teachers and classroom teachers! In this packet you will receive: • Detailed lesson plans for the Science of Sound ready to print, yet fully editable for your needs (Microsoft Word). • Engaging PowerPoint to lead your students through learning about the science of sound. There is a partially editable (text is editable) version and a version that is pre-formatted and ready to show right away. • Interactive quizzes; take as a class or check the answers on the accompanying assessment papers. • Partner Sound Card Game - directions included. • Listening Walk Worksheet to go with the Listening Walk book. • Differentiated Sound Sorts (with both Soft and Quiet Terms) - Use as a center or as an assessment. (plus answer keys) --- Sound Sort, Cut and Paste OR Color/Circle, for High/Low, Loud/Soft, Emergency/Non-Emergency --- Sound Label, Write in the correct label, Loud/Soft and High/Low • Guide for completing six experiments for the Science of Sound The ready to print lesson plan and accompanying presentation cover the following topics: • What is vibration? • How do instruments vibrate? • How does our voice vibrate? • Quick look at the families of instruments. • Make vibrations from paper. • Introductory look at sound waves - volume (amplitude) • Introductory look at sound waves - pitch (frequency) • Original piggy back song to remember pitch vs volume. • Comparison of Emergency sounds and what is an Emergency sound? • EXPERIMENTS: String Telephone, Box Guitar, Tuning Fork Fun, Jumping Rice, Ruler Vibrations, Hanger Bells Additional materials needed to complete the lesson as written • The Listening Walk by Paul Showers. ISBN 9780064433228 • Internet access to view videos online (safeshare links provided!) • Samples of each family of instruments (optional) • Streamer wands • Printer • Storage boxes for materials • Glasses and food coloring. • Various materials for experiments. Please email me at PitchPublications@gmail.com with any problems. Thank you!
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Learning with Literature in Music: Silly Sally - Solfege / Movement Lesson

Learning with Literature in Music: Silly Sally - Solfege / Movement Lesson

I love bringing Children's Literature into the music classroom, especially when it can help kids get creative! This lesson uses the book "Silly Sally" by Audrey Wood to teach kids about solfege notes (do, re, mi, and fa) and choreography or creative movement. This is the extended version of a lesson introduced in Pitch Hill! In this lesson, students learn a song based on the words of "Silly Sally" using the pitches do, re, mi, and fa (GREAT way to introduce Fa!). Students then create their own movements to go along with the story introduced in Silly Sally. Suggestions for instrument playing provided as well. The lesson is written for 2nd grade but can be easily modified for other grade levels. In this resource you will receive: • Detailed lesson plans for the lesson based on "Silly Sally." • Engaging PowerPoint to lead your students through practicing the melody and identify solfege in the song. • Differentiated worksheets to work on identifying the solfege pitches in the song, "Silly Sally." Note: A special thank you to Audrey Wood for granting permission to use their text in this product. If you purchase this, make sure you _____________________________________________________________________ Teach Music. Love life. Musically, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications
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K/1 Music Lesson with Children's Literature - Rhythm Dynamics - Snowball Fight

K/1 Music Lesson with Children's Literature - Rhythm Dynamics - Snowball Fight

This is a great lesson plan for rhythm and dynamics composition for kindergarten or first grade. Students will learn a simple ostinato using quarter notes, eighth notes, and rest to accompany the book, Snowball Fight by Jimmy Fallon. Then students will explore adding dynamics to the ostinato. Finally, students will compose their own rhythm pattern complete with dynamics! Versions with traditional and stick notation are included! Though this composition lesson plan was written to match the pacing for kindergarten in my district, it would be appropriate for 1st grade in many districts as well. Included in this File • Detailed (yet editable) lesson plans for kindergarten. State (GA) GPS Standards, National Music Standards, and National Core Arts Standards are marked. Feel free to edit for other grade levels (this lesson would work well for first grade in many situations). • PowerPoint to guide the lesson - available in stick and traditional notation. • PDF version of the PowerPoint for you to import into your desired IWB (Absolutely NOT required to complete this lesson!). • Images for PERSONAL use to create your own variations with provided templates. • Assessment papers for students to create their own snowball ostinato either with pencil and paper or with cotton balls. The lesson plans are completely editable so you may adjust them for your individual situation. Additional items you need to teach the lesson directly as written that are NOT included. • Pencils, Projector, non-pitched instruments, cotton balls (optional). (You do NOT need an IWB but I have provided materials for you to use if you have one). ___________________________________________________________________________ Teach music. Love life. Musically, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications
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