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Three Little Pigs Rap

Three pigs’ rap – Early Years teaching resource - Scholastic

Highway #1 - Australian dance, stories, instruments and songs to go with it

Beth's Music Notes: Boom Boom! Ain't it Great it Be Crazy?

Beth's Music Notes: Boom Boom! Ain't it Great it Be Crazy?

Keeping a Steady Beat - Lesson 1

The Journey: Keeping a Steady Beat - Lesson 1

Major minor puppet - a great tool for helping students hear the difference between major and minor.

Good idea: after student completes a piece, they randomly choose a card to play the piece in that way (e.g., all staccato)--a way to include creativity

Journaling in the music classroom

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Are Songwriters Poets? Lesson Plan

Are Songwriters Poets? Lesson Plan

Elementary Matters: Happy Music Suggestions for music to play in the classroom, plus a freebie

How to Encourage High-Level Thinking - Great post and you can get an awesome freebie if you grab it before the end of October!

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The pictures are of teachers holding their favorite books in front of their faces. Students try to guess who's behind the book!

Incorporate music into your classroom lessons with some of these fun ideas that work really well with upper elementary and middle school students!

Raking up sight words around the room