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practice their ability to read music by playing a game called Swat the Staff.  To play this game we create a staff on the wall or a board.  Students choose one flyswatter and take their place in front of the staff.  With their backs to the staff and flyswatters down students listen to hear what letter they need to swat.  This fun game is a great way to review the letter names of the staff

From the Reproducible Student Recorder Book included in "All Things Recorder: BAGE"

Music: Student Record of Progress Sheet FREE DOWNLOAD A two page record sheet for music teachers to record student progress. Designed to suit both classroom anad studio teachers. Flexible enough to use weekly, monthly or by the term.

This is a three page composition paper that will lead young students through a step-by-step process of composing an eight measure recorder piece! I created it for my 3rd graders who are beginning recorder players. It could be used for other instruments as well!

Students are given two melodic patterns consisting of Do, Re and Mi. The teacher plays one of the patterns, and students determine which of the two patterns the teacher played. This can be done as a whole class or individually. It is a Smart Notebook download, so that you can demonstrate using the SmartBoard, but also print it off as a worksheet/test.

The Scissor Chant is a finger-play that can be used in early childhood and preschool classes. It helps children rememebr the proper way to hold a s...

Grudgeball.. a Review Game to keep kids engaged! Can't wait to play this with my 6th graders next year!