Periodic Table of Music Notation
Showcase this beautiful poster in your music room and allow your students to learn all about music notation. Get this as either a 17" x 11" size or a 24" x 18" size. It is professionally printed on high-quality glossy-finish paper.
Science of Sound Unit: Music & Science Lesson, Presentation, Experiements - 4th
WOW! This science of sound lesson is awesome and would work for both the elementary classroom and the music classroom! I can't believe everything that is included! #elmused #musiceducation #science
Connective Learning Opportunities | Arts & Common Core | EdCloset
Connective Learning Opportunities - How to integrate Common Core and the Arts with integrity - through the PRACTICES embedded within all Standards!
Slap Happy Music Math | Free Music Lesson Plan (Rhythm Game)
Check Out 'Slap Happy Music Math' - A Wacky Review Game for Reinforcing Rhythm Values. Teacher Draws a Large Circle on the White Board and Writes the Answers to 10-12 Music Math Questions (Example: Half Note + Whole Note = 6 Beats). Students Slap the Number in the Circle that Provides the Correct Answer (Example: 6).
Winter Music Activities- Snowman Music Math Task Cards & Slideshow
Music teachers & band directors, click here for fun Winter music activities for kids! Add some holiday energy to your music classroom! These rhythm music math task cards are perfect for a fun scavenger hunt music game. Worksheet & answer key included! The slide show is also great for a non music sub around the holidays. So many fun ideas for use of these Christmas music lesson plans suited for upper elementary or middle school music. #musictpt #musicgames #banddirectorstalkshop #musiced…
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Fractions Curriculum Strikes Right Note In California
A music-focused math program in the San Francisco Bay Area is showing significant results. Third graders in San Bruno, Calif., who took two 30-minute music classes better understood fractions than those who did not follow the curriculum.