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This unit brings together the theme of Valentines Day and dogs.  Songs include Doggie, Doggie, A Tisket A Tasket, B-I-N-G-O and others.  Students will continue being introduced to quarter notes and 8th notes through the words red and purple.  Lots of movement, singing, instruments and a nursery rhyme will help your student have a great Valentines day in the music room.Next up:  Its Preschool Time!- March to the BeatAlso check out: Its Music Time: Yearlong Curriculum for…

This unit brings together the theme of Valentines Day and dogs. Songs include Doggie, Doggie, A Tisket A Tasket, B-I-N-G-O and others. Students will continue being introduced to quarter notes and 8th notes through the words red and purple. Lots of movement, singing, instruments and a nursery rhyme will help your student have a great Valentines day in the music room.Next up: Its Preschool Time!- March to the BeatAlso check out: Its Music Time: Yearlong Curriculum for…

Kick off the new school year with Games-Activities-Songs and Positive Behavior Rewards. 7 original-fun-and creative resources you'll be able to use all year long. Kodaly and Orff Applications.  BUNDLES SAVE YOU MONEY! Fun and Engaging!

BACK TO SCHOOL Music Class Bundle of Lessons, Songs, Games K-6

Kick off the new school year with Games-Activities-Songs and Positive Behavior Rewards. 7 original-fun-and creative resources you'll be able to use all year long. Kodaly and Orff Applications. BUNDLES SAVE YOU MONEY! Fun and Engaging!

This second semester kindergarten curriculum teaches students to sing, say, move and play. The It's Music Time curriculum is divided up into 8 different times. Vocal Time, Singing Time, Opposite Time, Instrument Time, Movement Time, Nursery Rhyme Time, Speaking Time and Story Time.

It's Music Time! Semester One for Kindergarteners

This second semester kindergarten curriculum teaches students to sing, say, move and play. The It's Music Time curriculum is divided up into 8 different times. Vocal Time, Singing Time, Opposite Time, Instrument Time, Movement Time, Nursery Rhyme Time, Speaking Time and Story Time.

Valentine's Day Circle Time Songs, Rhymes, and Games for Tot and Preschool

Free Valentine’s Day Songs and Rhymes for Circle Time {and FREE Printable}

Blog post about the song Naughty Kitty Cat with ideas for singing, games, and students on instruments!

Blog post about the song Naughty Kitty Cat with ideas for singing, games, and students on instruments!

This is the next in our series of products for special education music class, also known as intervention class. This packet contains a variety of songs for learning the names  of musical instruments and using them in class, called Instrument Time. Each Time has a set of cards to show the students, as well as manipulative cards for some of the different songs.

It's PlayTime! Lessons for Special Education Music Class: Instrument Time

This is the next in our series of products for special education music class, also known as intervention class. This packet contains a variety of songs for learning the names of musical instruments and using them in class, called Instrument Time. Each Time has a set of cards to show the students, as well as manipulative cards for some of the different songs.

Elementary music students love to play instruments! Review rhythm and have fun with this song, lesson plan and Orff arrangement. Great music education resource.

Elementary Music I can play the…Woodblock: Orff, Rhythm, Instruments & More

Elementary music students love to play instruments! Review rhythm and have fun with this song, lesson plan and Orff arrangement. Great music education resource.

The “Glissando Song” gives your children permission to play glissandos as part of a humorous little song-story about Gracie Gordon. As a direct result, your students will come to understand the complicated concept of “up,” and “down” on the barred instruments they play. (With just one mallet, even your first graders will be able to perform the song!)

Glissando Song/Orff/Novelty Song/Elementary Music

The “Glissando Song” gives your children permission to play glissandos as part of a humorous little song-story about Gracie Gordon. As a direct result, your students will come to understand the complicated concept of “up,” and “down” on the barred instruments they play. (With just one mallet, even your first graders will be able to perform the song!)

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