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Music staff bowling: Identify a note on the staff, then try to knock down the correct pin. Could reverse and put pictures on the pins, knock it down, then identify for the point. Adaptable activity for terms and symbols.

Music staff bowling: Identify a note on the staff, then try to knock down the correct pin. Could reverse and put pictures on the pins, knock it down, then identify for the point. Adaptable activity for terms and symbols.

"Minute to win it" music games -- Split students into groups and set up different stations. Could make it age-appropriate for grades 3-6!

"Minute to win it" music games -- Split students into groups and set up different stations. Could make it age-appropriate for grades 3-6!

Love this idea - make a class set (4 "beats" per kid) of foam manipulatives (eighths on one side, quarter on the other)

Love this idea - make a class set (4 "beats" per kid) of foam manipulatives (eighths on one side, quarter on the other)

"Born to Make Music" by Teresa Jennings. This upbeat, country rock 'n' roll song will get your students on their feet and singing along in no time. Designed to be learned quickly, you will find the melody and lyrics easily memorized for that Music In Our Schools Month or spring performance. Of course, the subject is timeless and you could use it whenever and however you need!

"Born to Make Music" by Teresa Jennings. This upbeat, country rock 'n' roll song will get your students on their feet and singing along in no time. Designed to be learned quickly, you will find the melody and lyrics easily memorized for that Music In Our Schools Month or spring performance. Of course, the subject is timeless and you could use it whenever and however you need!

Rhythm Bowling.  Each pin is worth the duration of the note.  The Treble and Bass Clefs are worth 2 points/pin.  Of course these are my rules. Any teacher can make up his or her own.  This picture shows two full sets so I can run two games at once in my Music Room!

Rhythm Bowling. Each pin is worth the duration of the note. The Treble and Bass Clefs are worth 2 points/pin. Of course these are my rules. Any teacher can make up his or her own. This picture shows two full sets so I can run two games at once in my Music Room!

SPLAT! A fun note naming game for students using flyswatters!!  This is a favourite of my students, mostly because I think they love getting to SWAT things! My very first product I've created for #TPT! Thanks for your support everyone!

Splat! Treble Clef Note Naming Game

SPLAT! A fun note naming game for students using flyswatters!! This is a favourite of my students, mostly because I think they love getting to SWAT things! My very first product I've created for #TPT! Thanks for your support everyone!

Students create performance art and practice gross motor coordination in this twist on the classic...

Students create performance art and practice gross motor coordination in this twist on the classic...

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