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Scarf routine to dynamite- I like the idea-different music, add some more moves. Maybe a classical break in the middle

Scarf routine to dynamite- I like the idea-different music, add some more moves. Maybe a classical break in the middle

Drummer Boy Stomp RTBC

This lively and unexpected presentation of the Christmas carol "The Drummer Boy" is from Riva Trace's Annual Christmas Desert Theater held over the weekend.

Staff races - game to reinforce line and space notes Other game and center ideas, too!

Make Music Rock!: Step/skip game - Race across the staff by drawing step, skip and repeat cards. I like how each group has their own staff.

Teaching music with fun, tried & tested lessons, DIY classroom projects & ideas your students will love with Tracy King, the Bulletin Board Lady.

Steady Beat Swords

King's Music Room: Steady Beat Swords - I would call them lightsabers since she uses them with Star Wars music Can be expanded to reading rhythms for older grades

Cobbler Cobbler song with giant beat strips

Music Friends need to check it out as a first year teacher I found this not only Cobbler Cobbler very Helpful but this sight as a wonderful resource for Beginning Elementary Music Teachers! Franklin Music: Kindergarten cobbler cobbler mend my shoe

▶ "High, Low" Children's Song (Sing-Along) opposites - YouTube

▶ "High, Low" Children's Song (Sing-Along) opposites. On the see-saw or the swing, there are high notes and low notes.

second grade classes performing a piece from Lynn Kleiner's "Kids Can Listen, Kids Can Move" to Carl Orff's Primo Vere: Ecce Gratum.

Second Grade Scarf Routine to Primo Vere Ecce Gratum by Carl Orff. We performed a variation on this routine!

Giovanni Maria Trabaci (c1575-1647): Gagliarda Seconda detta La Scabrosetta [a5]    it's the firt time I heard the sound of recorders ensemble  Amazing

Giovanni Maria Trabaci Gagliarda Seconda detta La Scabrosetta it's the firt time I heard the sound of recorders ensemble Amazing

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