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The Basics of the Elements of Music is a bundle of all-in-one interactive music lessons which guide students through the sights, sounds, and feel of the elements of music. This bundle is the perfect introduction to the musical elements; beat, rhythm, pitch, dynamics, harmony, form, timbre, tempo, and texture.

The Music History Quick Guide Bundle is a set of music samples, videos, fun facts, vocabulary, and major composers from each period in western art music. The interactive slideshows allow you to introduce middle school or junior high students to music from each period in western art music history.

These music assessments are designed for ease-of-use in the elementary music classroom. Each assessment is half-page and formatted in black and white for easy printing. The music concepts covered are: tempo, timbre, rhythm, dynamics, musical form/structure and pitch.

This interactive music notebook is a great tool for assessing middle school music students while encouraging creativity and ownership of learning. It can be used in a variety of ways, including as worksheets, assessments, differentiated activities, evidence of learning, and more. 

Musical Mansion is an interactive presentation packed with over 40 links of musical playalongs, music games, an interactive piano, interviews with composers, music-themed stories, and much more. Students explore the mansion, finding new activities along the way, and possibly even a secret tunnel…but they say that’s just a rumor.

The Music History Quick Guide Bundle is a set of music samples, videos, fun facts, vocabulary, and major composers from each period in western art music. The interactive slideshows allow you to introduce middle school or junior high students to music from each period in western art music history.

This inspirational quote poster features a flat-themed design with eye-catching colors and graphics. They’re great for teachers who prefer a minimal design look in their classroom or home office. You can find the full set of these posters HERE.

This editable music choice board template is an easy way to engage students in distance learning through music. Because it’s editable, you can customize the activities and instructions to fit the needs of your lower, upper, and secondary general music classes.

Music Activities for Home is a compilation of musical activities students can do that requires no tech or wifi. It includes a tutorial for creating music with spoons, a guide for creating a steady beat chant, a guide for doing a science experiment with sound, and two DIY guides for creating homemade instruments.

The Basics of Pitch Bundle is a bundle of all-in-one interactive music lessons which guide students through the sights, sounds, and feel of pitch and Solfége in music.This bundle is the perfect introduction to the concept of musical pitch, so-mi, mi-so-la, do-re-mi, and do-re-mi-so-la.

Composing with Rhythms is a bundle of guided composition activities. Students will practice performing and reading rhythms via body percussion, the poison pattern game, and iconic and standard notation. Then, students will use the printable manipulatives to help them compose their own rhythms. 

Rhythm Chairs Printable Manipulatives are the perfect tool for elementary or middle school music composition. You can use this as a supplemental activity after playing the Rhythm Chairs Game or use it as a quick and easy rhythmic composition activity.

Rain, Rain is a guided lesson using Orff instruments. This interactive presentation guides elementary music students through vocal explorations, speaking rhythms, playing body percussion, singing, mallet warm-ups, and playalongs for the song Rain, Rain. This interactive PowerPoint lesson is perfect for teachers who want an easy step-by-step guide for teaching Rain, Rain.

These music education brochures are an easy-prep resource for your open house nights. You can use these to showcase what your students are learning, why music education is important, and how the community can get involved. The music education trifold brochures are editable (in PowerPoint), with options for kindergarten through sixth grade general music classes.

These music anchor charts are the perfect add-on to the Basics Series. You can use these posters to reference what students have learned throughout the Basics Series. The anchor charts cover the musical concepts of steady beat, rhythm, pitch, tempo, timbre, dynamics, form, harmony, and texture. Each poster features the same real-life images used throughout the Basics Series.

This anchor chart and word wall set is a colorful reference point for any elementary or middle school music classroom. The anchor charts feature each musical element and are perfect for a colorful wall display. The multi-colored word wall can be mixed and matched by color to create an organized display that perfectly fits your needs.

This resource is geared toward students who’ve studied the pentatonic scale; do, re, mi, so, and la. Students are guided through warm-ups, sight-singing, and eventually composition. The composing cards show four-beat Solfége patterns, which students use as manipulatives to arrange their own composition.

This customizable music teacher planner contains over 135 pages of customizable forms, binder covers, checklists, schedules, curriculum maps, lesson plans, weekly planners, and more. It’s everything you need to stay organized with free yearly updates.

No Prep Activities for Music is a collection of over 25 video links with accompanying worksheets. It’s perfect for those days when you need a quick and easy no-prep lesson plan for middle school, junior high, or high school music students. These activities are ideal for non-music substitute teachers.

The Rhythm Chairs Game Bundle is a physically active and engaging way to teach students beat versus rhythm in the elementary or middle school music classroom. Students sit in the chairs to show how many sounds are on each beat, with each chair representing one beat. 

This is a no prep collection of over 60 video links with accompanying worksheets. It’s perfect for those days when you need a quick and easy no-prep lesson plan for elementary music students. These activities are ideal for non-music and musically-trained substitute teachers alike. Videos are geared toward students in grades K-4.

Dynamic Pets introduces students to the dynamics of piano and forte through interactive sounds, movement, and a hide and seek game. The Dynamic Dog Game can be played both as an introductory lesson or as a review lesson before moving on to crescendo and decrescendo/diminuendo.

This customizable music teacher planner contains over 135 pages of customizable forms, binder covers, checklists, schedules, curriculum maps, lesson plans, weekly planners, and more. It’s everything you need to stay organized. Plus, it has free yearly updates.

This bundle includes all three sets in the “Moving with Beethoven” series. You can find descriptions of each resource by clicking “Preview”. This bundle is appropriate for students at various levels, including those practicing steady beat, quarter notes, barred eighth notes, quarter rests, and triplets.

This presentation is an interactive, multi-purpose PowerPoint slideshow that can be used for parent-teacher conferences, open house night, Music in our Schools Month™, and more. It’s an easy way to show parents the concepts their children will learn in music.

Instrument Riddles is a fun, engaging activity to teach your students the names and family types of musical instruments. This multi-purpose resource can be used as flashcards, a bulletin board display, part of a scavenger hunt, and assessment. The possibilities are endless. 

This free sample is from Basics of Beat, an interactive presentation which guides students through the sights, sounds, and feel of steady beat. This Basics Series uses real-life images, audio, play-alongs, and video links to keep students meaningfully engaged.

The Basics of Beat Lesson Ideas are a fantastic resource for any elementary music teacher. The lesson plan can be used to accompany the Basics of Beat Presentation, but can also be used as a stand-alone lesson plan to teach steady beat basics in elementary music.

These Solfége Composing Cards are color-coded to match Boomwhackers™ or colored bells. The Solfége cards are perfect for creating simple student compositions or playing with instruments. Students will feel confident playing and composing with these manipulatives.

Instrument Riddles is a fun, engaging activity to teach your students the names and family types of musical instruments. This multi-purpose resource can be used as flashcards, a bulletin board display, part of a scavenger hunt, and assessment. The possibilities are endless. 

This Sampler is a collection of six video links with three accompanying worksheets. It’s perfect for those days when you need a no-prep lesson plan for elementary or middle school music students. These activities are ideal for non-music substitutes. 

Catch the Dragon Vocal Exploration is a fun, interactive game in which students explore their high and low singing voices by following the flight path of dragons. Vocal exploration is a fantastic activity to help music students explore their high and low singing voices.