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Music teacher freebies? Got ‘em! This list features free resources that you can download now and use tomorrow in your classroom. Music history, composers, rhythm, melody, instruments and more downloads await! Most of the resources are geared towards elementary classes, but several would work well in middle school and high school general music classes.

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Editable Newsletters for the Music Room

Looking for a way to communicate with parents what's happening in your music classroom? This set includes lots of editable newsletters that are easy to use!

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10 Ways to Use Balls in the Music Class Room

SING-PLAY-CREATIVELY: 10 Ways to Use Balls in the Music Class Room

Click now to instantly download your fun music lesson. Your class will love playing this exciting song to review their music notes. We Will Rock You music is ready to use and includes: *Exciting Boomwacker Song *Song can also be played on Recorder *Easy Rhythm and Melody Ostinato Parts *Boomwacker Template to compose more music *Instant Lesson plans *Fun for Centers or the entire class Please rate this product, and click on the follow me button at my TpT store for freebies and product…

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Music Coloring Pages (Color By Note Halloween)

Color by Note (Halloween) contains 13 music coloring sheets for elementary music students. 5 of the coloring pages are color by note, 3 are color by note with a fun connect-the-dots twist, and 5 are color by line or space note. You can use these pages to integrate math into your music curriculum (the connect-the-dot pages require students to count by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s)!

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Ten favorite music iPad apps

10 favorite music apps: Blog post with a comprehensive list of apps you can use in the music room, but also includes plenty to use as a classroom teacher! Great apps for composing, data tracking, and more, for your music lessons!

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10 Ways to Use Balls in the Music Class Room

SING-PLAY-CREATIVELY: 10 Ways to Use Balls in the Music Class Room

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Easy Ways to Use Rhythm Sticks in the Classroom

Rhythm Stick Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers - fun for music and movement!

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Assessment Strategies

Assessment Strategies for the music classroom: Includes suggestions for deciding which assessments to use, keeping track of data, and more!

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Analyzing MUSIC VIDEOS Vol. III

Music videos can be an amazing teaching tool in the ELA classroom. Students love music and by using current music videos you will grab their attention and pique their interest. Grab these FIVE ready-to-teach lessons now!

Ever thought of using Play - Doh in your music lessons? Well let me tell you, it works wonders! Using play-doh will give you a true hands on experience of learn

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The Beatles, Printable Instant Download Poster, Rock'n'Roll Music Wall Art, Typography Colorful Modern Print, Song Quote, Multicolor PDF

The Beatles Printable Instant Download Poster by pahleeloola. Use the coupon code, "PIN10" for 10% off on your entire purchase! Click to buy and print!

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Use Popular Music to Improve Reading and Inspire Writing

Use Popular Music to Improve Reading and Inspire Writing. Over the years, I’ve discovered that one way to engage almost every student, even those who are reluctant readers and writers, is through song. This week I’ll share with you some of the ways I use music to inspire, motivate, and teach reading and writing (along with life skills!) in my classroom.

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Music Sub Tub (Instrument Families of the Orchestra)

Music Sub Tub (Instrument Families of the Orchestra) contains 4 original stories and lessons about the brass, percussion, woodwind, and string families of the orchestra. These 40 minute lessons can be used by music teachers or music substitutes and is a great way to integrate literacy into the music classroom!