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Note Value Bowling Music Workstation

This music workstation will bowl you over! Note value bowling works with 6 toy bowling pins. Read this post and snag a FREE score sheet to use in your classroom centers.

Music Basketball Bulletin Board - Let's Play

This music and basketball bulletin board is sure to be a slam dunk in your music classroom. Students will practice reading treble pitches by reading the balls on the lines and spaces. Add your school colors for even more appeal!

What Do You Hear Ear Training and Assessments

No prep music worksheets that ask your students to use their critical listening skills are all that you’ll find in this set, What Do You Hear. Use the worksheets to help students identify rhythms that you perform by clapping or playing an instrument of your choice.

I Let Her Go Go - 3rd graders go nuts for this. I start with clapping your own hands twice before clapping your partner's hands twice.

Solfa Street (Winter Holiday Theme): Christmas/Winter Music Bulletin Board

Snowy Music Street - Solfa Street / Solfege Houses bulletin board for the elementary music room. Perfect for Christmas and Winter in the elementary music room!

Black Cats: Orff, Rhythm, Instruments and More

This darling speech with 8 verses and 2 versions will captivate your Kindergarten, first, second and third grade music classes. Students will love reviewing rhythm, improvising and playing instruments! Great Orff and Kodaly music education resource.

This lesson plan template is for K-5 general music classes and is based on the TEKS general music standards. Because it is a fillable pdf form, you can either type in all of your information and save it on the computer, or print out hard copies to fill out on paper.