5 Mistakes Teachers Make When Teaching Bucket Drumming - LOVE this article! It's all the things I was scared of, but fixed!!

5 Mistakes Teachers Make When Teaching Bucket Drumming - LOVE this article! It's all the things I was scared of, but fixed! Love how you should focus on timbre and add some dynamics so it is still music!

A "Bucket Band" song written for elementary ages. A 2 part song written in Rondo Form using quarter note and eighth note rhythms. There are sayings to go along with the rhythms to help students to play the rhythms in the song.

Bucket Band Fun

A "Bucket Band" song written for elementary ages. A 2 part song written in Rondo Form using quarter note and eighth note rhythms. There are sayings to go along with the rhythms to help students to play the rhythms in the song.

Elementary Music Methods: Helpful post on bucket drumming and also orchestra

Elementary Music Methods: Helpful post on bucket drumming Read before starting bucket band up again!

Peanut Butter Jam Sessions for Drum Circle, Rhythm Band, o

Peanut Butter Jam Sessions for Drum Circle, Rhythm Band, or Found-Sounds

Bucket Drumming Shopping List

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This is a fun way to establish rhythms with students from 3rd through 7th grade, giving kids a way to not only learn aurally but visually and kinetically all at once! All you need are some sticks and some buckets, and it can be as easily as chopping up some dowel rods from your local hardware store, to buying cheap nylon tipped drumsticks.

Bucket Drumming Karate

This is a fun way to establish rhythms with students from through grade, giving kids a way to not only learn aurally but visually and kinetically all at once!

Give Me a Bucket                                                       …

Mark Shelton has created the best book we've seen to get those tough-to-please middle schoolers reading music and performing, and it will cost you virtually nothing. Put the kids in a circle and jam so you can see the whole class at once.

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