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List of different ways to use BWs in class: lots of rhythmic ways, not just "play a song."

Boomwhacker Mystery Game: Updated!

Place colored stickers on the keyboard or use a xylophone and have kids play it out to figure out the song

  • Cleo Jones

    Also matches Boomwhackers :)

  • Stephanie Zki

    My 4 and 7 year old love to play around on their keyboard and are comfortable playing 3 songs because of this method. I made them a little playbook with stickers that match the keys. Mary had a Little Lamb, Are you Sleeping and hot cross buns. My older one can play twinkle twinkle too.

  • Rebecca Erwin-Cohen

    Twinkle, twinkle, little star.

Ode to Joy (C) for Boomwhackers (or possibly a way to make piano for a disabled child easier)

Boomwhacker Activity to "Boom Boom Ain't it Great to Be Crazy". Use to explore careers. tlk

Boomwhackers "Ebeneezer Sneezer" - LOVE this song in my classroom! Using xylophones, boom pipes, ankhlungs and boomwackers!

Boomwhacker song book.pdf

super simple boomwhacker song: Listen for bells in the steeple to ring

Pass the rhythm game - Boomwhackers. Great, since I have a ton of Boomwhackers and no idea what to do with them!

Easy ways to practice recognizing instruments in a song: This would work great for our student achievement goal for the third grade SOL to identify instruments by sight and sound.

Johnny Appleseed song: write on chart and track print