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Letter name noodle race... first team member, with noodle, races out to get flag labeled "A," then goes back to pick up another team member before going to get "B." Etc.  Repeat in reverse.

Letter name noodle race. first team member, with noodle, races out to get flag labeled "A," then goes back to pick up another team member before going to get "B. Repeat in reverse.

Notable Music Studio: Solidifying Tempos

One of the fun activities we did at the Mystery Music Camp was relay races with a speedometer beautifully put together by Layton Music.

great music videos here

Jitterbug - Music for Hip Kids

University of Louisville—Dr. Rob Amchin—Elementary Music Methods "Frog round" teaching sequence

University of Louisville—Dr. Rob Amchin—Elementary Music Methods "Frog round" teaching sequence Here the lovely sound of the frog in yonder palm.

Mrs. King's Music Room: Half-Note Happiness

Half-Note Happiness

Mrs. King's Music Room: Workstations-Learning the Treble Clef Lines and Spaces

Workstations-Learning the Treble Clef Lines and Spaces

King's Music Room: Workstations-Learning the Treble Clef Lines and Spaces Really fun ideas for practicing note reading

Caterpillar Rhythms

Caterpillar Rhythms

Teaching music with fun, tried & tested lessons, DIY classroom projects & ideas your students will love with Tracy King, the Bulletin Board Lady.

Folk Song Fridays - November 2014 A collection of 20 songs, teaching ideas and visuals to teach different rhythmic and melodic elements.

Folk Song Fridays - November

Folk Song Fridays - November *This file is now complete!* Throughout the month of November, members will be a part of my Folk Song Fridays, receiving new folk songs, teaching ideas, and more every Friday for the month of November. Week 1 - Already added

***Check out the 5 Little Peas game under lessons...cant wait to try it! Great for beat and rhythm.  I also like Mr. Fish and Mr Shark - think I'll use it to introduce ballet this year.

***Check out the 5 Little Peas game under lessons. Great for beat and rhythm. Fish and Mr Shark - think I'll use it to introduce ballet this year.

Free music for all of your classroom composing needs.  Stupid easy, stupid vast, stupid corny, stupid cool.  I mean to not use it, is.... uhm...well not so smart.

Let's use FreePlay Music for all of our class projects.it's a great way to stay legal and not violate copyright laws!

Notable Music Studio: Music Olympics - some more pictures!

Another event we did at Music Olympics had to do with recognition of musical terms. I made two sets of cards with the same musical terms, la.

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