The Brown-Bag Teacher: Kagan Cooperative Learning - Working with a Partner poster freebie

The Brown-Bag Teacher: Kagan Cooperative Learning


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This is a great lesson to practice rhythms! Kids are going to love composing pizza rhythms! #elmused #pitchpublications #teachingmusic for elementary music with complete lesson plans!

Music Lesson Plan on Rhythm 2nd Grade - Pizza Rhythms - Practice Decoding Rhythm

Try these 13 Phrases to Calm Your Anxious Child

Divide your whiteboard with colorful borders to create multiple "bulletin boards"

Classroom Tour with lots of FREEBIES!

Teachers - Now you will know if it's your pencil! Decorative duct tape wrapped pencils.

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Identify form in pop music PART THREE. Great activity for upper elementary school, 4th and 5th grade. Kids get to listen to their favorite songs while deciphering musical form. Win-win!

Identify Form in Pop Music - PART THREE!

End of year game - throw ball until music stops. Student has to answer the question that their thumb is on

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Different idea for posting objectives

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Quizizz is an online review game that is a great alternative to Kahoot. It is self paced and can be played whole group or assigned as homework.

Quizizz {A Self Paced Online Review Game} - Teaching to Inspire with Jennifer Findley

Create●Teach●Share: Teacher To-Do List {FREEBIE}

Create●Teach●Share: Summertime Revamp #3: Teacher To-Do List {FREEBIE}

Back-to-School-Music-Lesson-Plan-Hiccup-Buttercup-for-1st-2nd-and-3rd-This is a GREAT lesson for the first day of music! I can't wait to use it! #pitchpublications #musictpt #elmused music education Teaching Resources -

Back to School Music Lesson Plan! Hiccup Buttercup for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd

Growth Mindset Recognition Cards: Honor the positive things your students are doing! $

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Help Children Know What Bullying Really Is


Classroom Organization Folder System using plastic baskets and Command(TM) Hooks

them's the classroom rules {free download}

5 Steps to Managing Big Emotions Printable

5 Steps to Managing Big Emotions: Printable | Childhood101

Promote empathy and apology of action with this "How to Apologize/Say Sorry" poster packet to support character education in your classroom. Improve classroom management, teach your students to use positive language, and build a safe and nurturing classroom environment. Includes 2 versions & parent letter.

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Centers SANITY • LIGHTS off=voices off, hands on head, eyes on teacher • STARS rewarded to groups that stay on task • TEACH kids to whisper using vibrations in throat • UH OH reminds them to whisper

My Center Rotation Routine

Elements Of Music for Young Elementary Musicians Activity Worksheet Packet from Mrs.Kuchta's Corner, An Elementary Music Wonderland on - (14 pages) - This PDF file contains fun and engaging worksheets that will help strengthen and test your young elementary music students' knowledge of basic beginning music elements such as high sounds vs. low sounds, fast and slow tempos, and loud vs. soft dynami

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Elementary manners

Dude, That's Rude!: (Get Some Manners)

What a fun way to reinforce high and low with your elementary music students. They will be mesmerized when the bubbles float across the page when they select the correct answer! Excellent addition to your Orff and Kodaly resources.

High or Low! Interactive Music Game (bubbles)

My students and I are having a blast with this Cornhole Melody Race game for our last day in music. I have the official cornhole board but you could use a bean bag and a bucket. 20% for the week!

#Endofyearmusicstuff Cornhole Melody Race

Mrs. King's Music Class: Questions to Ponder as You Setup Your Music Classr...

Mrs. King's Music Room: Questions to Ponder as You Setup Your Music Classroom

Violet's Music: Angela Johnson, Laura Huliska-Beith: 9780803727403: Books

Violet's Music

Do you have a student who can't seem to get anything done because of anger or frustration? This post has 5 ideas for helping that student to cope and participate in class. #5 worked really well for me!

Teaching In The Fast Lane: Working with an Angry Student