Playing Fraction Pies by David Tulga
Really cool website that lets you play with different rhythms (and they are represented as fractions of pies). You can change the sound effects and play and examine already notated popular rhythms.
You made it… great! Welcome to Prodigies! Sing, Sign, Play – Level 1 (Ages 2-6) Download the Solfege Hand-Sign Poster Download the “Hello C” Music & Worksheets The three videos below will get your kids singing, hand-signing and playing along with some easy videos from our Playtime & Preschool series. The first video, Sweet Beets, is a …
Your older kids still love to Move & Freeze - they just need a purpose! Rhythm Move & Freeze gives older students movement breaks while still learning! Check it out on SingToKids!
Bang! Rhythm Game
Bang! Rhythm Game." The game is simple. You take turns drawing cards out of a container. If you can read the sight word you keep the card. If not, the card goes back in. Whoever collects the most cards wins the game. Beware of the BANG cards, though. If you draw one, you have to put back all of the cards you have collected." Concept could be used for anything.
Classroom Games and Activities for General Music - NAfME
Musical Chairs Writing! When the music stops you pick up writing where the last person left off. 10 minute intervals...or with alphabet and numbers :)
I Have / Who Has- Level 1 Rhythms
I Have/Who Has Rhythm Game - 30 cards to print in color or black and white and game directions included. Rhythmic concepts: ta (quarter note), titi (pair of eighth notes), quarter rest Rhythms are notated in stick notation except quarter rest. This would be a great game for your older beginners ...
Grudgeball.. a Review Game Where Kids Attack!
Join me on a journey to engagement! * indicates required Email Address * I have long been a huge fan of using games in the classroom. Much like sneaking broccoli into the pizza sauce, I have always felt that games were that perfect balance of teaching and engagement. When I first started, my consummate go to was Jeaopardy but..... Holy work Batman! Setting that all up was extremely time consuming. I wanted to find a way to have a quick go to game I could use with any set of questions. I…
Music Game Crazy Ball
Click now to instantly download your fun Crazy Ball Game and Lesson Plans. Your class will love this exciting game and beg to play it again and again. It has Printable Assessments to save you planning time and includes: *Exciting Crazy Ball Game*Fun Sheet Music *Premade Solfege pages *Instant Print...
Write That Rhythm! Aural Exercise
***UPDATE 8/23/14*** As per request, a copy of the worksheet was added to the PDF with no notation indicated, so teachers could add in their own notation either through their computer or hand-written. Students notate a rhythmic pattern using quarter notes, eighth notes, and quarter rests. This ca...