Tootling—the opposite of tattling. Tootling is when students write a positive note about their classmates or teacher and stick it up on our Tootling Board. They love doing it, and it helps promote a cohesive classroom community. What a fun idea!
King's Music Room: Music Workstations: Snowball Scoop- LOVE LOVE LOVE this idea! A styrofoam cooler and ping pong balls is transformed into an engaging rhythm workstation. This could translate into many subject areas too!
Teacher Autobiography Big Book for the beginning of the year. I will have each kid make one when they are STAR student to keep with classroom books. Send them home at the end of the year (Yeehaw Teaching in Texas!
Barline Worksheets for Reviewing Beginning Time Signatures
Syncopa, Beat Passing Game Music a la Abbott: Big Bunch of Roses (not a suspicious link)
Substitute Lesson Plan "John Williams" for Middle School or High School Music
Teachers, are you looking for a fun music lesson or activity to celebrate the upcoming winter Olympic Games? This John Williams sub plan is for you! Your students will love learning about the life of famous composer, John Williams and hearing the music listening portion of the lesson that includes some of his well-known Olympic Fanfares! This activity would make a great music sub lesson plan for upper elementary music students and beginning band, choir, or orchestra.A fun winter music…