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Music Listening Worksheets
A collection of music appreciation student response pages♫ Listening journals are an extremely flexible class room activity i.e. they can be used any time of the day; the beginning of a lesson to calm and focus students or to fill in the last 10-20 minutes of a lesson. ♫ The questions on the respons...
Betty🌿Raising Trilingual Kids on Instagram: “Music 🎶🌈Here’s a quick activity that I set up for my daughter: dot sticker & coloring notes! The colors here match the standard deskbell…”
Music note reading dot sticker activity - rainbow colors match Montessori musical bells | Treble Clef | G clef | Hands-On learning
Piano Parent Podcast on Instagram: “Chords are actually pretty simple once you know the rules! In this week's episode, Shelly shares the tricks you need to help your piano kid…”
Chords are actually pretty simple once you know the rules! In this week's episode Shelly shares the tricks you need to help your piano kid build chords for those youtube playalongs with confidence. #pianoparentpodcast #pianochords #poppianotricks
Music Class Decor - Paisley Music Symbol Bunting
This paisley background paper music symbol bunting will look great in your music classroom. The printable pages with music notes, rests, time signatures and dynamics are great for creating eye catching banners and displays for your elementary and middle school music students.
Band RHYTHM BUNDLE: Fundamentals for Middle School Band
These are fun beginning band exercises that will help your music students become better sight readers! Liven up your beginning band classroom lessons with these rhythm exercises based on the Hot Cross Buns song. The band fundamentals pack is for teaching full band and includes 3 playing levels (4 variations of the song per level). Beginning band activities & games are made fun with the added slide show for all instruments! Perfect for homogeneous section rehearsals or beginning band directors.