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An engaging and ADORABLE PDF game for students to practice reading notes from the treble staff!

An engaging and ADORABLE PDF game for students to practice reading notes from the treble staff!

Great practice and assessment for your elementary student's note reading skills!

Music Worksheets: Treble Clef Note Reading {Winter Fun}

In this PPT lesson, elementary music students in grades 1-3 will be introduced to new Solfege tone "re" as well as new rhythm pattern "ta-a." Activ...

Here Comes A Bluebird - Intro. to "Re" & "Ta-a" - PPT Edition

In this interactive SMART NOTEBOOK Smart Board lesson, elementary music students in grades will be introduced to new Solfege tone "re" as well .

Forest Friends Rhythm Pattern Fun - PDF/Game/printable music assessments

Forest Friends 1 Rhythm Pattern Fun Ta, Ti-Ti

Elementary Music Game! Perfect for your Winter/Christmas music lesson plans! Students will love the melody game! #elmused #musicgames #elementarymusic #McPhersonsMusicRoom

Christmas Music Game: Do Re Mi Interactive Melody Game {Dancing Elf}

Your elementary music students will LOVE this music lesson! Fun interactive music game to reinforce dynamics (forte/piano).

Melody Game! Your elementary music students will love this interactive game while aurally identifying do/mi/sol! Engaging lesson and activity! Assessment included!

Where’s the Firefly? Melody Do Mi Sol (Interactive Game and Assessments)

Your elementary music students will love this interactive game while aurally identifying sixteenth notes! Engaging lesson and activity for your Orff and Kodaly classes!

February Resources for the Elementary Music Classroom! Lots of engaging activities with rhythm, melody, instruments and detailed lesson plans! Interactive fun for all!

Elementary Music Lessons for February: Orff, Rhythm, Melody and Instruments

February Resources for the Elementary Music Classroom! Lots of engaging activities with rhythm, melody, instruments and detailed lesson plans! Interactive fun for all!

Your elementary music students will fall in love with this dancing leprechaun! A perfect interactive game for March around St.Patrick's Day or anytime you are working on high/low and melodic direction!

St. Patrick's Day Music: High Low Interactive Music Game {Dancing Leprechaun}

This interactive music game is perfect anytime but especially around St. Get ready for the dance moves to break out with your elementary music students! Great for centers and subs!

Working on aurally identifying do/mi/sol melodies with your elementary music students? Get ready for a built in brain break as your students giggle and dance along with the leprechaun. Perfect for March, St. Patrick's Day or anytime and works with or without a Smartboard!

St. Patrick's Day Music: Do Mi Sol Interactive Melody Game {Dancing Leprechaun}

Working on aurally identifying do/re/mi melodies with your elementary music students? Get ready for a built in brain break as your students giggle and dance along with the leprechaun. Perfect for March, St. Patrick's Day or anytime and works with or witho

Perfect for sub plans in the Fall!

Music Worksheets: Spooktacular {Identify the Meter}

Your elementary music students will love this rhythm bingo game. Lots of winners! Use for whole group instruction, centers or with a substitute! Easy activity to add to lesson plan!

Sixteenth Note Rhythm Bingo Game (tiri-tiri)

A fun music bingo game to reinforce 4 sixteenth notes, 2 eighth notes beamed (titi) quarter note and quarter rest! Elementary music students love bingo, especially when there are lots of winners! Perfect for whole class instruction, centers or your sub

Reinforcing melodic direction: steps, leaps or staying the same is now fun!  Your elementary music students will love listening and then selecting the correct answer in this interactive game.  You will love the easy assessment!  Excellent resource for the Orff and Kodaly classroom.

Melodic Direction: Step Leap Same - Interactive Music Game + Assessment (dragon)

Reinforcing melodic direction: steps, leaps or staying the same is now fun! Your elementary music students will love listening and then selecting the correct answer in this interactive game. You will love the easy assessment! Excellent resource for the Orff and Kodaly classroom.

Elementary music - Your students will love this interactive game while aurally listening to sixteenth note rhythms and choosing the correct answer! Fun lesson and activity. Use with or without a Smartboard!

Sixteenth Notes Interactive Rhythm Game {Whooo do you hear?}

Music a la Abbott - Amy Abbott - Kodály Inspired Blog and Teachers Music Education Resource: St, Patty's Day Poison Games

Interesting approach to my "Poison Rhythms" game! Show the rhythms on the board and have students read aloud/clap all but the poison rhythm

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