Fiddlesticks game to practice sight words, maths facts, etc. Write word or maths fact on end of craft stick. One stick has a red dot. Students draw out a stick and answer the fact on the end. If correct keep the stick, if incorrect place back in the cup. If the red dot is drawn, all that student's sticks have to go back in the cup.....bummer! At the end of ten minutes, student with the most sticks is the winner.
Fiddle Sticks – Undoubtedly the BEST game ever!! Could use for rhythm in centers!
Fiddle Sticks | Make Take & Teach
Beat practice: Passing games (sticks & ball)
Mrs. Q's Music Blog: Back to School: Popsicle Sticks
What is rhyming? Why is it important to teach young children how to rhyme? The first part of a five part rhyming series.
Welcome to March! Elementary Music- MARCHes, Form, Dynamics, St. Patrick's Day
Welcome to March! Elementary Music Unit- MARCHes, Form, Dynamics, Instruments of marching band & Ireland!
Controlled dice - no more flying around the room.
Lessons with Laughter: Colorful Goodies & Our Gallery Walk!
Beat vs. Rhythm: A collection of chants for teaching both!
Music Street Teaching with great visuals and story.
musical theory cheat sheet
Elementary Music Resources - free downloadable resources by Ashley Queen
Elementary Music Resources
2013-2014 printable calendar for teacher planning
Steve's Music Room - Lesson plans about World Music, Jazz, The Orchestra, The Beatles, Recorder, Rock, Orff, Guitar, Sight Singing, and Power Points, too