Rhythm Games to Engage and Motivate Young Musicians - NAfME
Rhythm games truly match the Four C’s of 21st century learning: Collaboration, Communication, Critical Thinking, and Creativity.
Ideas for Upper Elementary Music - Mrs. Miracle's Music Room
Ideas for the upper elementary classroom: Includes links to great blog posts with videos, songs, games, and more!
10 Preschool Songs About Colors
Preschoolers LOVE songs and I believe it is very important to bring music into the preschool classroom or home preschool. I have shared these 10 preschool transitions, but today I am getting more specific and sharing 10
Easy Music Game for General Music Class
Looking For An Easy Music Game for your Class? You've come to the right place! I'm sharing an easy music game I like to do in the spring time with my preschool, kindergarten and 1st graders. Check out this easier version of the game "Little Bird" and be sure to share your thoughts in the comment section below. Easier Game Version: Little Bird Have the class sit in a straight line along the wall. Select two students to make a window by joining each others hands high above their heads so the…
Start A Fire
Hi all! This is Amy from Music a la Abbott. I hope you all enjoyed the previous two posts from Karla and Kate: I love Karla's ideas for surviving the end of the school year (proud to say, I'm one week into summer vacation) and Kate's ideas for reflecting on the year and looking forward. I debated many different things to blog about today. Some of my ideas were on pacing, transitions, engagement rates, scaffolding but like I said, I'm on summer vacation! So, I decided to focus on something…
The Yellow Brick Road Blog
A great circle game for elementary music. Perfect for introducing or practicing quarter rest. I can definitely see this being used in a first or second grade music classroom.
Where is the Leprechaun’s Gold? A Musical Game for Children
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Hope you didn’t forget to wear your green as I know there are a lot of pinchers out there today ;) To celebrate the occasion, I thought I would share with you a…