Kinito music game - use ear training to solve the classical compositions before the conductor's 3 batons are broken!
Kinito Music Puzzle
Beth's Music Notes: Fooba Wooba John
fun brain break: use paper plate and tissue paper "fish" or other animal, race to fan across rug!
Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Our Last Day in Pictures
Elementary Music Magic: Tempo Run – a fast-paced multi-media game teaching note naming skills for Elementary Music
Giant Bundle! Sol-Mi & SoLaMi Iconic & Standard Notation Flashcards and Games
Rhythm Whack-A-Note: Quarters, Eighths, & Sixteenth Notes (Levels 1, 2, & 3)
Rhythm Whack-A-Note: Quarter Notes and Beamed Eighth Notes
Rhythm Whack-A-Note: Quarter Notes, Quarter Rests, and Eig
Elementary Music Methods: Real Life Edition: Music Baseball Game
Turn cardboard boxes into giant DIY dice for this super-fun math game! Good to make at the beginning or very end of the year with the boxes our supplies come in so they are all the same size Math Boxes, Cardboard Boxes Kids, Giant Dice, Fun Math Games, Active Learning Games, Ideas With Cardboard For Kids, Diy Educational Games, Giant Diy, Diy Dice
Teach Math With a Supersized Dice Game
Notable Music Studio: Knock it Off!
Music in the City: Games on the Floor Staff
Musical Chairs Reading: When the music stops, sit down and read the book placed on the chair. This is perfect for those times when kids just need to move! Follow the link to Mrs. Sporn's Class blog for more info. I love this! Math Problems, School, Music Chair, Writing Fun, Music Activities, Musical Chairs, First Grade Music, Teacher, Kid
Musical Chairs Reading at Miss Sporn's Class
Rhythm Bowling. Each pin is worth the duration of the note. The Treble and Bass Clefs are worth 2 points/pin. Of course these are my rules. Any teacher can make up his or her own. This picture shows two full sets so I can run two games at once in my Music Room!