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Not Quite Anchor Charts

staff anchor chart

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Recorder Assessments

Recorder Assessments for elementary music includes assessments, posters, and a rubric to aid teachers in evaluating student understanding of how to finger and play the recorder.

Music: Student Record of Progress Sheet FREE DOWNLOAD A two page record sheet for music teachers to record student progress. Designed to suit both classroom anad studio teachers. Flexible enough to use weekly, monthly or by the term.

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Mrs. King's Music Class

practice their ability to read music by playing a game called Swat the Staff. To play this game we create a staff on the wall or a board. Students choose one flyswatter and take their place in front of the staff. With their backs to the staff and flyswatters down students listen to hear what letter they need to swat. This fun game is a great way to review the letter names of the staff

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Recorder Fingering Charts Polka Dots

Recorder Fingering Charts Polka Dots in BOOMWHACKER COLORS!

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Cool Composition Paper for Beginning Recorder Players

This is a three page composition paper that will lead young students through a step-by-step process of composing an eight measure recorder piece! I created it for my 3rd graders who are beginning recorder players. It could be used for other instruments as well!

Make Music Rock! More recorder ideas. Recorder cases covered in duct tape make them cute and durable.

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Music Jeopardy- MineSTAFF: Treble Clef

A fun game to review the pitches of the treble clef staff!

Music Teaching: THE BEAR HUNT Card Game is a delightful game for the music student learning the correct placement of their notes. It is designed to stimulate retention of the location and name of each note on the Grand Staff.

Every student should have a practice record to remind them of what to practice each week and to record weekly practice time.