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Vocal music resources

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Ukulele Program - Rainbow Ukulele {BUNDLE} - Lessons, Presentation, Student Book

Ukulele is a great instrument for the music classroom! Are you looking for a way to incorporate the ukulele into your elementary or early middle school music classroom? Looking for a great motivation system for students and a wonderful curriculum in the music classroom? Look no further! This Rainbow Ukulele mega bundle is for you! Also, be sure to check out the Rainbow Ukulele FREEBIE! to see how I set up the program.**Includes British term version (student and teacher) and a version that is c

Music Worksheets - Treble Clef Note Names

Created by
Lindsay Jervis
Treble Note Names Worksheets: This set of 10 worksheets is designed to help your students practice identifying and notating the pitches on the treble staff. It includes: - "I 'Mustache' you, Can you name these Lines and Spaces?" worksheets. This comes in two different versions, one has pitches filled in and the other has pitches with a transparent center so they can actually see the line going through it. Students write the correct note name in a box below the staff. - "Lost in Space" workshe

Music Sub Tub Stuffers: K-2 Substitute Plan - Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin

Most teachers would agree taking a sick or person day is harder than actually being at work. Writing sub plans and preparing sub tubs and sub binders are so hard, especially in music and other specials! This will be a great activity for your music substitute plans!This is a great sub plan for the non-musical sub! No musical skills required!This is a great print and go plan for K-2. Students will read a book about an orchestra that grows from a solo to a dectet. Students will read a book, lea

Celebrating 25 Black Musicians! Music Bulletin Board ~Black History Month~

This “Print and Post” bulletin board pack is intended to highlight significant black musicians from around the world and their contributions to the development of music and is great for Black History Month. This poster set highlights one or two artists from jazz, R&B, Rock and Roll, opera, blues, gospel, funk, and calypso because if I made a set to highlight all the significant names it would be never-ending! It was ridiculously difficult to limit this poster set to 25 musicians since the

Music Tracing Worksheets

Music tracing sheets are a great way to introduce your students to music notes, rests and clefs. Designed for your youngest musical learners, these printable music tracing worksheets are a time saver and help students practice drawing notes, rests and clefs. First students trace the music symbols and then have opportunities to practice drawing their own. These print and go worksheets are great for music workstations, individual work or assessment. Leave copies in your sub tub for emergency plan

Music Listening Worksheet Bundle

Created by
Cori Bloom
This is a collection of over 30 worksheest for guided music listening for grades K-12. They are generic worksheets with writing prompts to prompt students as they listen to whatever piece of music you choose. Each set of worksheets range in difficulty, and are perfect for differentiation! Save $4.00 when you buy this bundled set. This set is a bundle of the following products, please read the full description and see more preview images here: Music Listening Worksheets, Level One Music Listen

Music Sub Plans - No Tech Lessons for the Elementary Music Room, Set #1

Created by
Aileen Miracle
Do you need No Tech Music Sub Plans for a non-music sub? These Elementary Music Sub Plans make it quick and easy to plan for an absence. No technology is required, and the only other resources needed are ones likely already in your music room, such as a drum or crayons. Not only will these No Tech Sub Plans make the decision to put your own or your family's health first and take the time you need off, but they ensure that your students are still getting lots of engagement and musical learning e

Elementary Music Lesson Plans-Set #2 (K-5 Curriculum Companion)

Created by
Emily Conroy
This product contains 120 music lesson plans, 120 “lessons at a glance,” 62 original songs (with sound files), and 1,536 pages of additional resources for kindergarten-5th grade music students. The lessons meet the National Core Arts Music Standards and were designed for both public school teachers and homeschool parents. Each grade level comes with 20 lessons (about 50-60 minutes long) or 40 lessons (for 30-minute classes. Just split each lesson in half).WHAT EDUCATORS ARE SAYING:"Very clearly

What to Listen for in Music Bulletin Board Set

Created by
Cori Bloom
This bulletin board set is a collection of vocabulary posters for your music room designed to guide students as they listen to and discuss music. The set includes 15 musical term posters with additional vocabulary cards for each term and 2 different decorative ribbon titles, all printable in your choice of color or black & white. Each term poster gives a definition as well as questions to get your students thinking about the music and sample vocabulary cards to get the conversation started

Rhythm Worksheet Bundle

Created by
Cori Bloom
This collection of 63 worksheets is a great review of beginner rhythms! These worksheets vary in difficulty and span a variety of learning styles, and are all printable in black and white. The bundle includes: *20 pages of fill in the blank Meter Practice (2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 6/8) *5 pages of Rhythm Word Match Up (Download this for free here!) *30 pages of cut & paste Rhythm Composing *4 pages of Rhythm Match *6 pages of adding notes and rests in Rhythm Math

Rhythm Bingo Game for Elementary Music Eighth Notes Quarter Notes Quarter Rest

Created by
Linda McPherson
A fun music bingo game to reinforce 2 eighth notes beamed, quarter note and quarter rest! Elementary music students love bingo, especially when there are lots of winners! Perfect for whole class instruction, centers or your sub tub! If you prefer a simpler version of this bingo game check out Eighth Notes Rhythm Bingo Game (quarter note/eighth notes/quarter rest) 3x3 grid.The resource is included in two bundlesRhythm Bingo Games Mega BundleRhythm Bingo Games for Music Mini Bundle 5x5 gridsClick

Treble Clef Music Bingo Game

Created by
Linda McPherson
Looking for a treble clef bingo game for your elementary music lesson that will reinforce reading treble clef note names directly on the staff? This note name game is an excellent addition to your music lesson plans, centers or anytime you are working on reading music. Engaging music game for the entire class, music sub tub or music centers! Perfect addition to your Orff lessons and Kodaly lessons while addressing identifying note names!The resource is included in two bundles:Note Names Music Bi

64 Choir Warm Up Cards and Rounds

Upcoming Updates: I've found a few typos that will be fixed shortly. **64 Choir Warm Up Cards, 16 Rounds, and Elementary Vocal Ranges**Great for elementary, middle school, or high school choirs, these choir warm up cards are a fantastic way to mix up your warm up routine! Use them to plan your rehearsal or let your singers pick the warm ups for the day. The cards come in color and black & white and are categorized by posture, breath, vocal relaxation, vowels, and diction. Pick a warm up from

Kindergarten Music Centers/ Stations - Bundled Set

Created by
Aileen Miracle
If you are ready to drastically increase student engagement, practice musical concepts, and improve your overall classroom management, then you need to implement Music Centers/ Centres into your music classroom! This set has everything you need to do centers to practice steady beat in your Kindergarten classroom (or to review in first grade). These music centers/ stations are easy and flexible to implement! You can choose to do however many centers you want with very little prep. Save time (and

Music Coloring Sheets: Musical Instruments - Families of the Orchestra Pages

Created by
SillyOMusic
These coloring sheets of musical instruments of the orchestra are perfect for early finishers and sub plans. They are also a great coloring page activity for students needing to wind down.#musiccrewearlyfinishers #musiccrewinstruments These are great worksheets to use and reuse in your substitute plans because you can color them differently every time. Students can get pretty creative with how they color and texture each page. They will look fabulous on your music bulletin board!There are 46 ins

Christmas Carol Bingo - Christmas Music Activity

Created by
Aileen Miracle
Looking for a fun way to celebrate Christmas in your music or grade level classroom? Wanting to save time during the busy holiday season? This bingo game is sure to be a hit with your students, and can also be used for staff parties, family get togethers, and more! This product includes:50 different bingo cards. Each card has titles and pictures for 24 Christmas carols, as well as one free space. All cards are different, and not all carols are on every card. Bingo cards come in color AND black/w

Halloween Spooky Music Presentation with Haunting History and Video Links

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Treble Clef Kaboom // Centers Game for Elementary Music

I always love to hear about other people's best lessons and games. Mine? Kaboom. This is the game that students BEG me to play. We play Kaboom for every concept, including treble clef. This is such a fun game to practice treble clef notes in centers, for early finishers, teaching on a cart, and even during quiet music lessons. You could even leave it for a substitute as a sub plan for a non music sub.How to play Kaboom!Students take turns pulling out a card from a bucket or pileStudent reads the

Music Sub Tub Stuffers: K-2 Substitute Plan - The Remarkable Farkle McBride

Most teachers would agree taking a sick or person day is harder than actually being at work. Writing sub plans and preparing sub tubs and sub binders are so hard, especially in music and other specials!This is a great sub plan for the non-musical sub! No musical skills required!This is a great print and go plan for K-2. Students will read a book about a little boy who performs on instruments and then destroys them till he realizes he wants be a conductor. Students will listen to a recording o

Music Worksheets - Staff Bundle (great for Distance Learning)

Created by
Lindsay Jervis
This set of 28 worksheets is designed to help your students practice identifying and notating lines and spaces in treble and bass clefs.It includes all of the worksheets from these files (click on individual file to see more info about each one):Lines and SpacesTreble Note Names Worksheet PackBass Note Names Worksheet PackYour feedback brightens my day! Please let me know what you think by leaving a comment below!

Music Cultures a World Music Unit Print & Digital

Created by
Rivian Creative
Explore music around the world from inside your music classroom. Introduce your students to authentic instruments and musical styles from all around the world! This world music unit is extremely flexible and can be used in many different classrooms and situations.➤ ➤ Get this product and MORE in our Music Cultures: World Music BUNDLE➤ ➤ Try a FREE SAMPLE from this Unit - Music of AfricaThis resource is perfect for:✅ Middle School General Music✅ Elementary General Music (simplified)✅ High Schoo

Pasta Or Composer Music or Not Game

This is THE activity to leave for a sub! This engaging game is perfect for a sub tub! These games are must have for all of those moments you need to catch their attention, fill some time, or are perfect to include for a sub. I bet even you can't get them all right!I don't have lots of time when I'm in the need for a sub. Having a sub in my room shouldn't mean that it takes me longer to set up than the time I'll actually be gone! This is why I adore my Music Or Not games. They are easy to run, a

Music Sub Plans For Non Music Subs (Instrument Families Music Sub Tub)

Created by
Emily Conroy
This product is perfect for both musical and non-musical substitutes! It contains 4 original stories and lessons about the brass, percussion, woodwind, and string families of the orchestra. These 40 minute lessons can be used by music teachers or music substitutes and is a great way to integrate literacy into the music classroom. It is also “Print and Go” and only requires paper and colored pencils or crayons to implement! You do not have to have taught students any of the information in the les

Music 4 Corners Game - Instrument Families Game - Interactive Whole Class Game

Created by
SillyOMusic
Multiple versions! Musical 4 Corners is a favorite activity for reviewing instrument families (brass, woodwinds, strings, percussion, and keyboards) and timbres! PowerPoint Game, Boom Cards, Easel Assessment, and student answer sheets are included!#musiccrewinstrumentsThe Boom Cards do not require a membership fee or student log-ins.These are a great option for those who want to link to them in Google Slides.► Preview the Boom Cards here!IncludedPowerPoint Game with audio (listen for timbre)Powe
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