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Occasionally Crafty: Music Dice for rhythm learning...paint wooden alphabet blocks a sold colour then add the rhythm notes.

Music Dice

Occasionally Crafty: Music Dice for rhythm learning.paint wooden alphabet blocks a sold colour then add the rhythm notes.

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An element of teaching that seems somewhat daunting to me is how to set up an elementary music classroom in a cohesive and functional way that will best maximize the students’ learning.

Rhythm Round About – to identify notes and rests board game

Rhythm Round About - to identify notes and rests

The Homeschool Den: Introducing Quarter Notes, Half Notes and Whole Notes

Clearly not something we would do with candy bar wrappers, but I like the idea. Introducing Quarter Notes, Half Notes and Whole Notes

MUSIC CENTERS: RHYTHM RACE NOTE NAMING EDITION LEVEL 3 - RHYTHM GAME - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 3 - Rhythm Game

FREE printable Rhythm Value Cards.  Perfect for rhythm dictation and other games!

FREE printable Rhythm Value Cards. Perfect for rhythm dictation and other games! ideas-from-colorinmypiano-com

Click here to learn how to play the band rhythm envelope game! Great to use for use with beginning band students and as a rhythm review with older band members. This game is also an excellent assessment tool. http://banddirectorstalkshop.com/2016/01/17/rhythm-envelope-game/

Rhythm Envelope Game - Teaching Beginning Band with Games

Rhythm Envelope Game - Teaching Beginning Band with Games - Band Directors Talk Shop

8 Exciting Scarf Ideas to Do With Your Music Class!

Stucki’s Music Room! Children love scarf play and enjoy them using them in the music room. Here are some exciting scarf ideas you can use with your music class.

Top Ten Movement songs for Children! This is a list of my favorite songs to use in group and individual sessions to facilitate movement for children with and without disabilities. Enjoy!

Top Ten Movement songs for Children! This is a list of my favorite songs to use in group and individual sessions to facilitate movement for children (with or without disabilities) Enjoy!

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