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Members of STOMP show you how to make rhythm with basketballs. #LetsMakeRhythm

Check out this AWESOME rhythm resource for your music, band or orchestra class!

MUSIC PBL's

How to use project and problem-based learning in and through the arts. HUGE list of PBL resources available for arts educators at the end of the post!

Middle School Interactive Music Notebook. Great for engaging 5th and 6th grade general music students!

Reading Rhythms, Clapping and Patting Quarter Notes and Rests

Music and math: The genius of Beethoven - Natalya St. Clair | TED-Ed

Note Value

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Cup Song to "Sleigh Ride".... My kids are going to love me!! This is awesome... and I'm way too excited about teaching this!

Opus Music Worksheets - 13 Lessons including Basic Rhythm, Ledger Lines, Time Signatures, Note Values, etc.

quarter note, eighth notes, quarter rest *play along for 1st!

Notable Music Studio: Great ideas for teaching group lessons

0 great children's books about composers!

Great website with tons of ideas... I love using Music Mind Games!!

MUSIC: PERCUSSION CHART and COMPOSITION

This site has helped me TREMENDOUSLY in teaching 7th grade world music. Not choir. Not band. Not orchestra. GENERAL music. Im pinning this for all my music educator friends who are new to teaching world music classes & need help, or have been teaching a world music class for awhile & want another AMAZING resource. There is LOADS of info here, along with educational videos of people performing music around the world. Cant stress enough how awesome this site is. World Music Network. Check it out!

Let's Play Music - Free exercises for Kids ( adults too!)

musical dominoes (matching equivalent note values) and other musical mind games to check out

Using books in the music classroom. Includes spreadsheet of books and their music concepts.

Practice Position for the recorder. Read on to find out why this is the perfect way to practice!

Notable Music Studio: Blog that is full of exciting musical games and activities to enhance the music curriculum. MUST EXPLORE! (Also includes links to many other great resources.)

Rhythm Strips-3

A Measure of Math

Music class "tool kits". I'd go one step further and color code and assign a group a color. #music #classroom #organization