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Linking music to Maths: Printable money with notes and rests, along with math connection worksheets!

Music Money- Printable Music Money- Math Connection Worksheets

Pin now and read later: Did you know that Google offers a sortable library of lesson plans that are free to download and use?

Periodic Table of Composers

Free Music Lapbook

123 Homeschool 4 Me: Kids Learn Music - {FREE} Lapbook

Free Music Theory Lapbook

Free Music Theory Worksheet

Increase your child's music vocabulary by teaching him/her the notes and rests. Then challenge them to see how many different combinations will add up to 4 beats in a measure! Music + Math = Magic! (free printables)

♫ We ❤ Music @ HSES! ♫: Welcome to the Music Room!

Lady Gaga's "Poker Face" on Boomwhackers performed by 5th grade (12-year-olds)- really impressive!

Kodaly Rhythm

Classics for Kids | Teachers: Rhythm Names

Why teach music? Here's why, my friends!

Every music teacher needs these copy masters in their teaching toolbox! Use these printables/projectables for elementary music ear training, dictat...

My choice for children's music! The best!! I can't teach without this resource!!

musical teachings

Why teach music? Here's why, my friends!

Music Teaching Resources Guide

Music Apps for the classroom; most of these are centered around teaching piano, but could be adapted to fit a general music classroom. These will be great for my ipad lab.

Kodaly Rhythm

O.M.G... I love this musical and would love to somehow incorporate it into my classroom! Such a fun way to teach about fairy tales! I love this blog! # Pinterest++ for iPad #

Why We Teach Music

Why We Teach Music... | Minds on Music

Excellent music teaching blog

Teaching Children Music

So La Mi: Teaching Elementary Music: Choir: how to care for your voice

So La Mi: Elementary Music Class : Chorus

Guess Who - put in composers

Pinner said: Caterpillar rhythms - I use these at instrument stations - and we relate that each circle with a rhythm on it is one beat - each caterpillar is a measure!