A favorite folk song and dance with our kindergartners. We get a little giggly toward the end; this one is so fun! Lyrics: Shoo fly, don't bother me, Shoo fl...
Clap Your Hands: 16 Clapping Games for Children's Choir | Ashley Danyew
Remember those clapping games we used to play as kids? Between the silly (or nonsense) lyrics and the fast-paced sequence of claps, taps, snaps, and crosses, clapping games provided hours of entertainment. It might seem like just fun and games, but there's actually more to it than that. Clapping gam
15 Singing Games for Children's Choir | Ashley Danyew
Singing games are a great way to teach musical concepts, incorporate movement, and give children an opportunity to sing alone and with others. They're perfect as gathering activities, ice-breakers, or a quick change-of-pace in the middle of rehearsal. A few months ago, I shared seven fun
BOOMWHACKER Composing Intermediate
This is a super fun group activity that introduces students to composing and performing with Boomwhackers. There are enough combinations of rhythms that each group can be proud of their original composition. Can be laminated for multiple uses or printed in color for single use. BOOMWHACKER Compos...
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Resources to help you teach music Easily find songs and lessons Join Plus Membership Find what you need to succeed in the classroom Rhythmic Content steady beat, meter, notes: whole, half, quarter, eighth, sixteenth, syncopation Melodic Content high & low, so-mi, mi-so-la, do-re-mi, pentatonic, major scale Orff songs with Orff arrangements, tips & tricks, recommended … Home Read More »
3rd Grade Music - Singing Game Tideo (Fairmont Anaheim Hills Campus)
http://www.fairmontschools.com In this music activity, students experience 16th note rhythms in 4/4 meter, they sing in tune to a wide-range melody, and they...
Music with Miss W
Obwisana is such a fun singing game! My students enjoyed this lesson! I love that you can add layers of difficulty. A great way to add multi-cultural music into a lesson.
The Yellow Brick Road Blog
A fun circle game for elementary students. They play it like Duck, Duck, Goose. A great song for practicing call and echo in the elementary music classroom.