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What a smart idea and a great way to introduce rules. . .I have used this same concept in the past to teach students my name.  I write it on the board in "musical code" (aka stick notation) and then we work to decode it together.

Rules for Music Class

What a smart idea and a great way to introduce rules. . .I have used this same concept in the past to teach students my name. I write it on the board in "musical code" (aka stick notation) and then we work to decode it together.

This succinct, eye-catching poster uses the word 'MUSIC' as an acrostic. These rules support positive, desired student behavior and cover all of my expectations well. I've seen several variations of this idea online, so I decided to share my version FREE.

This succinct, eye-catching poster uses the word 'MUSIC' as an acrostic. These rules support positive, desired student behavior and cover all of my expectations well. I've seen several variations of this idea online, so I decided to share my version FREE.

Students notate the rhythm, then compose a melody using B, A and G or C Pentatonic. Can also be printed and used as worksheets.

Students notate the rhythm, then compose a melody using B, A and G or C Pentatonic. Can also be printed and used as worksheets.

Boomwhacker music! It is all color-coded for easy Boomwhacker music note reading. If you scroll to the bottom of the page, you'll also find multi-part arrangements for bigger groups, perfect for orchestra or classrooms.

Boomwhacker music! It is all color-coded for easy Boomwhacker music note reading. If you scroll to the bottom of the page, you'll also find multi-part arrangements for bigger groups, perfect for orchestra or classrooms.

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