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My mission is to provide time saving and engaging resources for busy, passionate music teachers. I believe students learn best in a music classroom when they are engaged in the material, but finding the time to create these materials for your kids is overwhelming. I am here to help! I have kid tested and teacher approved resources that give you time to be the amazing teacher you already are. Teach music. Love life. Musically, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications

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My mission is to provide time saving and engaging resources for busy, passionate music teachers. I believe students learn best in a music classroom when they are engaged in the material, but finding the time to create these materials for your kids is overwhelming. I am here to help! I have kid tested and teacher approved resources that give you time to be the amazing teacher you already are. Teach music. Love life. Musically, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications
Rainbow Ukulele - Teacher Packet - Ukulele Curriculum Lesson Plans- Presentation
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Rainbow Ukulele - Teacher Packet - Ukulele Curriculum Lesson Plans- Presentation

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Looking for a way to incorporate Ukulele into your elementary or early middle school music classroom? Looking for a great motivation system for students and a wonderful curriculum for ukulele in the music classroom? Look no further! Rainbow Ukulele is for you! … Remember, you can save some money by purchasing this along with the student edition as part of the Rainbow Ukulele Bundle! … Also, be sure to check out the Rainbow Ukulele FREEBIE! to see how I set up the program. … Now includes British term version and Google Slide (British and North American terminology) Rainbow Ukulele is a system for teaching Ukulele in the elementary general music classroom. In this system, students are systematically taught the history of the ukulele, the parts of the ukulele, how to tune, reading music (TAB and traditional notation), fingerstyle, and chords. Students are systematically taken through playing over 50 songs using C7, C, F, and G7. When you get your kids started on ukulele, you will not believe the joy that comes in to your classroom! … You will receive the following: Amazing teaching presentation to guide students through the lessons. Each song has the sheet music and lyrics with chords available. COMPLETE Lesson Plans for you to print for your plan book and yet, still completely editable for your needs! Blank page template to add your own information. Editable bead checklist (explained in this FREEBIE). Strumming Patterns - this is a collection of strumming patterns I have used over the years - feel free to copy and paste to change up how you are teaching the songs to students! Essential Questions to post in your room (Editable template too!) MP3 accompaniment files for every song in the book! … Like this product? You will also love: Music Decor - AQUA AND GRAY - Ukulele Chord Chart Posters Maypole Mania! How to build & dance (+animations), lessons plans, & more! … Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
Pitch Hill: Teaching Solfege Method Paper Puppet Manipulatives!
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Pitch Hill: Teaching Solfege Method Paper Puppet Manipulatives!

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Are you struggling with teaching solfege or looking for a fun, new method for teaching solfege to elementary students? Then look no further! Pitch Hill is for you! In Pitch Hill, each solfège note is a character with his or her own story. For example, Do is a Boxer! He LOVES to box! He wears special head gear and boxing gloves to protect him and when we sing the note that is Do, we show our hands like boxing gloves. Do is very strong and will catch Re if she falls off the roof! (You will have to purchase to hear her story!) This file contains Pitch Hill paper puppet manipulatives. Use as note identifiers or as a manipulative to have students practice singing. This make a great early finisher activity! NOTE: This file is included in the Pitch Hill Mega Bundle This file includes the following: Large and Small Finger Puppets (glue and no glue versions). Large and Small Paper Dolls Popsicle Puppets Easy Folding Dolls . Note: Versions with Ti holding a teacup and ti with matching hands included. Like this product? You will also love: Music Center: Don’t Spill the Pitches! - Treble Clef Pitch Note Reading Game Music Center: Don’t Break the Recorder! - Recorder Fingerings Music Game Music Center: Don’t Spill the Pitches! - Solfege Pitch Note Reading Game . Musically Yours, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love life.
Introducing Clefs - Treble Clef, Bass Clef, Alto Clef, and Tenor Clef BUNDLE
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Introducing Clefs - Treble Clef, Bass Clef, Alto Clef, and Tenor Clef BUNDLE

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This is a money saving bundle of three amazing lessons for introducing treble, bass, and Alto/Tenor clef! Each pack comes with a full lesson plan, detailed presentation to walk you through introducing the clefs, and student assessment exit tickets to quickly assess students’ understanding of material. Rest easy - the work is done for you! Like this product? You will also love: Music Center: Don’t Spill the MUSIC BUNDLE! Pitch, rhythm, dynamics, & more! Pitch Parkway - Treble Clef Recorder Bonanza - BAG … Musically Yours, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love life.
Bass Clef - Reading Music -PowerPoint Presentation & Exit Ticket-Lesson Plan
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Bass Clef - Reading Music -PowerPoint Presentation & Exit Ticket-Lesson Plan

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This is a GREAT way to introduce Bass Clef to your students! The lesson plan will help you present the included PowerPoint Presentation to your students in order for them to start reading music notes on the Bass Clef staff! I know it can be hard for students to learn to read music on the bass clef - this will help! Note: This lesson is meant to be taught after the Treble Clef Lesson. SAVE when you buy as part of the Reading Music Bundle! … In this resource: Editable Lesson Plans geared for 4th and 5th grade students. Feel free to modify for other grade levels! PowerPoint Presentation to introduce students to the Bass Clef staff! Download the preview to see what is included! Simple worksheet that allows students to create their own line sentence and quickly identify 3 bass clef notes. Use as an exit ticket! … Looking for additional bass clef resources? Check out these! Don’t Break the Music - Bass Clef Pitch Parkway - Bass Clef Don’t Spill the Music - Bass Clef … Like this product? You will also love: Music Center: Don’t Spill the MUSIC BUNDLE! Pitch, rhythm, dynamics, & more! Reading Music - Introducing Treble Clef! Recorder Bonanza - BAG … Musically Yours, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love life.
C Clef (Alto Clef and Tenor Clef) Presentation & Exit Ticket-Lesson Plan
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C Clef (Alto Clef and Tenor Clef) Presentation & Exit Ticket-Lesson Plan

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This is a GREAT way to introduce Alto Clef, Tenor Clef, and/or C Clef to your students! The lesson plan will help you present the included PowerPoint Presentation to your students in order for them to start reading music notes on the C Clef staff! I know it can be hard for students to learn to read music on the C clef - this will help! You can customize your lesson to concentrate on Alto, Tenor, or all C Clefs. Note: This lesson is meant to be taught after the Treble Clef Lesson. In addition, some historical information overlaps with the Bass Clef Lesson. SAVE when you buy as part of the Reading Music Bundle In this resource: Editable Lesson Plans geared for 5th grade students. Feel free to modify for other grade levels! PowerPoint Presentation to introduce students to the C Clef staff! Download the preview to see what is included! Simple worksheet that allows students to create their own line sentence and quickly identify 3 C clef notes. (Alto, Tenor, and Combined options included!) Use as an exit ticket! … Looking for additional C clef resources? Check out these! Don’t Break the Music - Alto Clef Don’t Spill the Music - Alto Clef … Like this product? You will also love: Music Center: Don’t Spill the MUSIC BUNDLE! Pitch, rhythm, dynamics, & more! Reading Music - Introducing Treble Clef! Recorder Bonanza - BAG … Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
Music Centers: Pitch Parkway - Solfege Do Re Mi Sol Game, Practice
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Music Centers: Pitch Parkway - Solfege Do Re Mi Sol Game, Practice

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This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game where students race to the finish line by naming solfege notes! Options include moveable Do starting in a variety of places, fixed Do, and Curwen hand signs! Use in your daily lessons, as part of center activities, or as a great sub plan! This is the Solfege version - Do Re Mi Sol This is included in the following bundle: • Pitch Parkway Solfege Bundle In the game, each student will draw a card and identify the pitch on the card. Then, they can move their game piece (provided by you - see here for examples or use pony beads!) to the appropriate pitch name. There are also some “game” cards like “Wreck: Skip Your Turn!” Your students will LOVE playing this game in 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! Cover page for your center bag or box. … Like this product? You will also love: Pitch Hill: Introduce La {POWERPOINT} - Practice Mi Sol La Music Decor - AQUA AND GRAY - Instrument Posters - Orchestra, Orff, and World! Rainbow Ukulele - Teacher Packet - Ukulele Curriculum Lesson Plans- Presentation … Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
Music Decor BUNDLE - SWEET SHOPPE - Music classroom decorations!
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Music Decor BUNDLE - SWEET SHOPPE - Music classroom decorations!

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Looking for a way to spruce up your room this year? Look no further! The SWEET SHOPPE music class decor collection is for you! This is already an amazing set of resources and will be growing throughout the year! As the set grows, the price will grow too! Please visit each resource below to see a better preview of what you are purchasing. This includes the following SWEET SHOPPE decor resources: Music Word Wall - over 450 words! Music Rules and MORE! Poster Set! Curwen Solfege Hand Sign Posters Dynamics Posters Music Binder Covers and Spines Ensemble and Participant Posters Ukulele Chord Chart Posters Ukulele Chord Chart Posters D TUNING Welcome to Music Posters Recorder Posters v1 Tan and Black Recorder Posters v2 Tan and Black Recorder Posters v3 HOLES only Alto Recorder Posters v1 Tan and Black Alto Recorder Posters v2 Tan and Black Alto Recorder Posters v3 HOLES only … Like this product? You will also love: Music Decor - AQUA AND GRAY - Word Wall Music Decor - AQUA AND GRAY - Instrument Posters - Orchestra, Orff, and World Recorder Fingering Chart Posters v1 Black/Tan- Music Decor Aqua Gray … Note You are purchasing a document that links to a file in the cloud because of file size restrictions. Please email me at shelley@pitchpublications.com with any problems. … Musically Yours, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love life.
Alto Recorder Fingering Chart Posters v1 Black/Tan- Music Decor Sweet Shoppe
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Alto Recorder Fingering Chart Posters v1 Black/Tan- Music Decor Sweet Shoppe

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Looking for a way to spruce up your room this year? Look no further! The SWEET SHOPPE collection is for you! This is a set of recorder fingering chart posters to help your students learn! The bright colors will help your students when they need a quick reference of where to put their fingers. Save money and buy this as part of a money saving bundle!! This resource includes the following items: Fingering Charts for the following alto recorder notes: F, G, A, Bb, B, C, D, E, F, G, A, Bb, C Each chart is available in two recorder colors. All with and without ice cream on the poster DOWNLOAD THE PREVIEW TO CHECK THEM OUT! All the charts above portrait only. LIke this product? You will also love: Recorder Fingering Chart Posters v3 Holes - Music Decor Aqua Gray Alto Recorder Fingering Chart Posters v3 Holes Black/Tan- Music Decor Aqua Gray … Musically Yours, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love life.
Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition {BUNDLE} Levels B, 1-8
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition {BUNDLE} Levels B, 1-8

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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 or music workstation activities , or as a great sub plan! Now includes all British terms too! This is a bundle of all the following levels: Level Beginner - Quarter Note & Beamed Eighth Notes Level 1 - Quarter Note, Quarter Rest, Beamed Eighth Notes Level 2 - PLUS Half Note Level 3 - PLUS Whole Note Level 4 - PLUS Beamed Sixteenth Notes Level 5 - PLUS Dotted Half Note Level 6 - PLUS Whole Rest Half Rest Level 7 - PLUS Dotted Quarter Note, Single Eighth Note Level 8 - PLUS Single Eighth Rest In the game, each student will draw a card and then move their game piece (provided by you - see here for examples or use pony beads!) 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! … Like this product? You will also love: Rhythm Basketball - Nutcracker - 4th/5th Grade Lesson Plan Rhythm Practice Guide Music Centers: Rhythm Race Counting Edition Level 5 - Rhythm Game Music Centers: Rhythm Race Counting Edition Level 3 - Rhythm Game … Musically Yours, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love life.
Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 8 - Rhythm Game
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 8 - Rhythm Game

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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 (Also includes British terms: crotchet, crotchet rest, quavers, minim, semibreve, dotted minim, semibreve rest, minim rest, dotted crotchet, single quaver, single quaver rest, and semiquaver). Save money and purchase the {BUNDLE}! In the game, each student will draw a card and then move their game piece (provided by you - see here for examples or use pony beads!) 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! … Like this product? You will also love: Music Decor Rainbow Brights - Ukulele Chord Chart Posters D TUNING Music Center: Don’t Break the Rhythms! - Rhythm Game Rainbow Ukulele - Fretboard Chord Insert Charts for the ukulele … Musically Yours, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love life.
Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 7 - Rhythm Game
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 7 - Rhythm Game

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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. (Also includes British terms: crotchet, crotchet rest, quavers, minim, semibreve, dotted minim, semibreve rest, minim rest, dotted crotchet, single quaver, and semiquaver). Save money and purchase the {BUNDLE}! In the game, each student will draw a card and then move their game piece (provided by you - see here for examples or use pony beads!) 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! … Like this product? You will also love: Music Centers: Rhythm Race Counting Edition Level 5 - Rhythm Game Music Centers: Rhythm Race Counting Edition Level 2 - Rhythm Game Pop Play Alongs - Holidays (Sleigh Ride, Jingle Bell Rock, It’s the most…) … Musically Yours, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love life.
Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 6 - Rhythm Game
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 6 - Rhythm Game

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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 (Also includes British terms: crotchet, crotchet rest, quavers, minim, semibreve, dotted minim, semibreve rest, and minim rest). Save money and purchase the {BUNDLE}! In the game, each student will draw a card and then move their game piece (provided by you - see here for examples or use pony beads!) 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! … Like this resource? You will also love: Rhythm Coloring 1A - Color by Note - Quarter Note/Rest, Eighth Note Rhythm Basketball Set - Vol 2! 4/5 Lesson Plan - Rhythm Practice & Performance Rhythm Basketball - Nutcracker - 4th/5th Grade Lesson Plan Rhythm Practice Guide … Musically Yours, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love life.
Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 5 - Rhythm Game
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 5 - Rhythm Game

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This is Level 5: Quarter Note, Quarter Rest, Beamed Eighth Notes, Half Note, Whole Note, Beamed Sixteenth Notes, and Dotted Half Note (Also includes British terms: crotchet, crotchet rest, quavers, minim, semibreve, semiquavers, and dotted minim). Save money and purchase the {BUNDLE}! In the game, each student will draw a card and then move their game piece (provided by you - see here for examples or use pony beads!) 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! … Like this product? You will also love: Rhythm Coloring 1A - Color by Note - Quarter Note/Rest, Eighth Note Rhythm Coloring 1B - Color by Note Name - Quarter Note/Rest, Eighth Note K/1 Music Lesson with Children’s Literature - Rhythm Dynamics - Snowball Fight … Musically Yours, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love life.
Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 4 - Rhythm Game
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 4 - Rhythm Game

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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 (Also includes British terms: crotchet, crotchet rest, quavers, minim, semibreve, and semiquaver). Save money and purchase the {BUNDLE}! In the game, each student will draw a card and then move their game piece (provided by you - see here for examples or use pony beads!) 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! … Like this product? You will also love: Pop Play Alongs - Holidays (Sleigh Ride, Jingle Bell Rock, It’s the most) K/1 Music Lesson with Children’s Literature - Rhythm Dynamics - Snowball Fight Music Centers: Rhythm Race Counting Level 1 - Rhythm Game and Practice … Musically Yours, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love life.
Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 3 - Rhythm Game
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 3 - Rhythm Game

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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 (Also includes British terms: crotchet, crotchet rest, quavers, minim, and semibreve). Save money and purchase the {BUNDLE}! In the game, each student will draw a card and then move their game piece (provided by you - see here for examples or use pony beads!) 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! … Like this product? You will also love: K/1 Music Lesson with Children’s Literature - Rhythm Dynamics - Snowball Fight Music Centers: Rhythm Race Counting Edition Level 5 - Rhythm Game Rhythm Basketball - Nutcracker - 4th/5th Grade Lesson Plan Rhythm Practice Guide … Musically Yours, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love life.
Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 2 - Rhythm Game
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 2 - Rhythm Game

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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 (Also includes British terms: crotchet, crotchet rest, quavers, and minim). Save money and purchase the {BUNDLE}! In the game, each student will draw a card and then move their game piece (provided by you - see here for examples or use pony beads!) 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! … Like this product? You will also love: K/1 Music Lesson with Children’s Literature - Rhythm Dynamics - Snowball Fight Music Centers: Rhythm Race Counting Edition Level 5 - Rhythm Game Rhythm Basketball - Nutcracker - 4th/5th Grade Lesson Plan Rhythm Practice Guide … Musically Yours, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love life.
Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 1 - Rhythm Game
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Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 1 - Rhythm Game

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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 (Also includes British terms: crotchet, crotchet rest, and quavers). Save money and purchase the {BUNDLE}! In the game, each student will draw a card and then move their game piece (provided by you - see here for examples or use pony beads!) 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! … Like this product? You will also love: Rhythm Basketball Set Vol 1 - 4th and 5th Grade Lesson Plan Rhythm Practice Rhythm Coloring 1B - Color by Note Name - Quarter Note/Rest, Eighth Note Music Composition Lesson Plan on Pizza Rhythms - Practice Decoding Rhythm … Musically Yours, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love life.
Science of Sound: BUNDLE for 1st grade unit and 4th grade unit
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Science of Sound: BUNDLE for 1st grade unit and 4th grade unit

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This is a bundle of two units on the Science of Sound Energy. One targeted for 1st grade and the other targeted for 4th grade. This bundle includes the following products: Science of Sound - 1st Grade Unit Science of Sound - 4th Grade Unit … ========================================================== DESCRIPTION FOR 1st GRADE UNIT 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, High and Low — Sound Sort, Cut and Paste, Loud and Soft — Sound Sort, Cut and Paste, Emergency vs. Non-Emergency — Sound Sort, Color or Circle the correct picture, High and Low — Sound Sort, Color or Circle the correct picture, Loud and Soft — Sound Sort, Color or Circle the correct picture, Emergency — Sound Label, Write in the correct label, Loud and Soft. — Sound Label, Write in the correct label, High and Low. Guide for completing six experiments for the Science of Sound Font download links to keep formatting attractive and allow the PowerPoint presentation to be partially editable. (Note: a pre-formatted version is included as well). … 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? EXPERIMENT - String Telephone EXPERIMENT - Box Guitar EXPERIMENT - Tuning Fork Fun EXPERIMENT - Jumping Rice EXPERIMENT - Ruler Vibrations EXPERIMENT - 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. Materials for experiments: ---- tuning forks ---- block of wood ---- bowl of water ---- ping pong balls ---- string (I used butcher’s string) ---- wire hangers ---- paper ---- cheap plastic rulers ---- plastic box or table ---- red rice ---- hand drums or tambourine ---- rhythm sticks or cut broom stick ---- top of a plastic box ---- plastic cups (I used mini solo cups) ---- rubber bands in two sizes ---- small plastic bins … PowerPoint Compatibility Note: The interactive features have been tested in PowerPoint for Mac 2011 and 2016; also on PC PowerPoint 360. The interactive features do NOT work on PowerPoint for Mac 2008. Other versions have not been tested at this time. The interactive features will NOT work if opened in Keynote or as a PDF. … Standards The detailed, editable lesson plans were written ready to print for the general music room, but could easily be adapted to the general education science room with a quick switching of standards. Currently the Georgia GPS music standards are marked; the National Music Standards and Common Core Arts Standards are included and can be swapped with a simple copy and paste. This packet also meets the NGSS science standards for first grade (sound). … ========================================================== DESCRIPTION FOR 4th GRADE UNIT This is an editable interdisciplinary unit on Acoustics: Science of Sound Energy. This lesson and accompanying PowerPoint will provide you all you need to teach a fun, engaging science of sound unit (Acoustics). This unit was written to meet the 4th 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 for tomorrow’s lesson. Engaging PowerPoint to lead your students through learning about the science of sound. Interactive quizzes; take as a class or check the answers on the accompanying assessment papers. Assessment papers to be used as a pre and post test. (Promethean ActivOffice integration available for those using Powerpoint PC 2007 or 2010 but NOT required). Guide for students in completing two experiments for the Science of Sound Guide for students to use the iPad “Sound Uncovered” (only available for iPad). The lesson can be taught without this extension activity, but I included it for your students’ enjoyment. NOTE CURRENTLY THIS APP DOES NOT WORK WITH iOS11 Alternative mini-lessons for parts of Chrome Music Labs (Highly recommend “Sound Uncovered” instead of this.) Included font for installation to keep formatting attractive and allow the PowerPoint presentation to be editable. (Note: the PDFs are editable with a PDF presentation software such as Adobe Acrobat). … 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? Basics of sound waves. Detailed look at sound waves - volume (amplitude) Detailed look at sound waves - pitch (frequency) Detailed look at sound waves - timber (shape of wave). Comparison of sounds in hertz. Comparison of sounds in decibels. Factors affecting pitch (length, diameter, tension, and density). How sound moves through different types of matter (solids, liquids, and gas). Individual or group work exploring sound phenomenon with the app “Sound Uncovered” and/or “Chrome Music Labs” EXPERIMENT - What is sound? Vibrations! Make a Straw Kazoo/Double Reed! EXPERIMENT - How does matter affect sound? Tap-a-Bag! … Additional materials needed to complete the lesson as written Internet access to view videos online (safeshare links provided!) Access to BrainPop is most desirable. ( I have provided Alternative video links). (Optional) iPad/iPhone app: dB Volume Meter (Alternative Android app link provided) (Optional) iPad/iPhone app: Tone generator (Alternative web app and Android app link provided). (Optional) iPad/iPhone app: Sound Uncovered - Exploratorium(Unfortunately no alternative android app is available). … Standards The detailed, editable lesson plans were written ready to print for the general music room, but could easily be adapted to the general education science room with a quick switching of standards. Currently the Georgia GPS music standards are marked; the National Music Standards and Common Core Arts Standards are included and can be swapped with a simple copy and paste. … Like this product? 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Ukulele Program - Rainbow Ukulele {BUNDLE} - Lessons, Presentation, Student Book
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Ukulele Program - Rainbow Ukulele {BUNDLE} - Lessons, Presentation, Student Book

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Ukulele is a great instrument for the music classroom! Are you looking for a way to incorporate the ukulele into your elementary or early middle school music classroom? Looking for a great motivation system for students and a wonderful curriculum in the music classroom? Look no further! This Rainbow Ukulele mega book pack is for you! Also, be sure to check out the Rainbow Ukulele FREEBIE! to see how I set up the program. … Now includes British term version (student and teacher) and Google Slide (teacher presentation) Rainbow Ukulele is a beginning ukulele curriculum for teaching Ukulele in the elementary general music classroom. In this comprehensive unit for the music classroom, students are systematically taught the history of the ukulele, the parts of the ukulele, how to tune, reading music (TAB and traditional notation), fingerstyle, and chords. Students are systematically taken through playing over 50 songs using C7, C, F, and G7. This is the perfect solution for your first lessons for ukulele! When you get your kids started on ukulele, you will not believe the joy that comes in to your classroom! … This is a bundle of the following products: Rainbow Ukulele Student Pack - Method Book, assessments, and more! Rainbow Ukulele Teacher Pack - Complete Lesson Plans, Presentation, and more! … You will receive the following: TEACHER EDITION Amazing teaching presentation to guide students through the lessons. Each song has the sheet music and lyrics with chords available. COMPLETE Lesson Plans for you to print for your plan book and yet, still completely editable for your needs! Blank page template to add your own information. Editable bead checklist (explained in (explained in the the free intro packet)). Strumming Patterns - this is a collection of strumming patterns I have used over the years - feel free to copy and paste to change up how you are teaching the songs to students! Essential Questions to post in your room (Editable template too!) mp3 accompaniment files for every song in the book! … STUDENT EDITION Reproducible student method book. Student Key packet for assessments in the book. Blank page template to add your own information. Editable bead checklist (explained in the free intro packet). Strumming Patterns - this is a collection of strumming patterns I have used over the years - feel free to copy and paste to change up how you are teaching the songs to students! … Like this product? You will also love: Maypole Mania! How to build & dance (+animations), lessons plans, & more! Music Sub Tub Stuffers: 3-5 Music Substitute Plan - Guido d’Arezzo … Musically Yours, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love life.
Music Decor - SWEET SHOPPE - Welcome to Music! Banner Flags
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Music Decor - SWEET SHOPPE - Welcome to Music! Banner Flags

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Looking for a way to spruce up your room this year? Look no further! The SWEET SHOPPE collection is for you! When you add a music teacher decoration set your room will shine! This set provides you with the materials to make a banner to welcome students to your room, hallway, etc. Both 2 to a page and 1 to a page included. Blank slides and links to matching fonts included! … Save money and buy this as part of a money saving bundle!! … Included in this File (Download the preview for a closer look at each!): Banners that spell WELCOME TO MUSIC! in both 2 per page and 1 per page. Blank banners to serve as spacers or decoration. Banners with kids performing music to serve as spacers or decoration. Blank versions for you to edit to your needs. Versions with and without ice cream in each color combination. Mix and match as you please! … Like this product? You will also love: Music Center: Don’t Break the Ukulele! - Ukulele Centers Game Recorder Fingering Chart Posters v2 Black/Tan- Music Decor Aqua Gray Recorder Fingering Chart Posters v3 Holes - Music Decor Aqua Gray … Note You are purchasing a document that links to a file in the cloud because of file size restrictions. Please email me at shelley@pitchpublications.com with any problems. … Musically Yours, Shelley Tomich Pitch Publications Teach music. Love life.