Dot composing is an easy way to get your music students to become composing utilizing rhythm work. Stickers or dabbers are great for this activity that can be used many times in your classroom.
No Prep Music Worksheets - WINTER
Brrrrrr! Baby it's cold outside but this set of worksheets is hot! This set is great to use for homework, large group work, centers or workstations, sub plans and assessment. Piano and voice teachers may find this packet useful for theory work in addition to their regular lessons. Just print and go with this winter themed set of music worksheets that is perfect for 1st through 6th grades.
Mrs. King's Music Class
Christmas Music Workstations that are fun, engaging and easy on you are discussed in this blog post. Puzzles, dabbers, snowballs and ice cube trays can all become awesome centers for the students in your music classroom.
Mystery Instruments Music Workstation is a great way to get students thinking about the characteristics of instruments. Simple idea that can be used for several grade levels. FUN!
99 Music Workstations
Looking for music workstation ideas for your elementary music classroom? This is a HUGE list of ideas linked and explained to help you get started. Ideas for playing instruments, pitch, rhythm, reading, apps and more are included.
Music Workstations from an Ornament Organizer
Identifying music symbols, learning note values, matching instruments with their instrument family...these are just a few of the skills that your students can practice with this DIY music classroom project. Designed to be used as a workstation it takes just a few minutes and a plastic ornament organizer. Impress your music students with these fun activities they will ask for all year round!
Flashlight Routines that Teach Form
Flashlight routines in music class can be used to reinforce form and keep students engaged and excited about learning. This post shares routines for "Cantina Band" by John Williams and "March" from the Nutcracker as well as tips and tricks for using them
Music Teacher Pet Peeves
Music Teacher Pet Peeves is a list of relatable situations and conversations that modern music educators find themselves in. Don't worry music teachers! You are not alone.
Wrapping Paper to the Rescue
Bulletin Board Hack Looking for an easy, inexpensive, clever idea to dress up your classroom bulletin boards? Wrapping Paper to the RESCUE! 3 great reasons to use it and how to spot the kind that will work best for you.
Dabber Activities in the Music Room
How to Use Dabbers in Your Classroom - They keep students engaged (and smiling!) and are perfect for quick assessments. Read about how to use them with no fuss and no mess. Ideas for workstations or centers are also included. Let's get dabbing!
Workstations for Teaching Treble Clef Pitches
Learning the names of the treble clef lines and spaces is a basic music skill. Using workstations to practice it only makes sense. See ideas for using centers in your music classroom to teach pitch names of notes on the treble clef staff.
Books You Need in Your Music Classroom - PRIMARY LIST
Books for the music classroom can be used for singing, dancing, composing, history and more! Check out this huge list of children's literature that should be on the shelves of your music classroom.
26 Things Music Teachers are Thankful For
Things Music Teachers are Thankful for...hearing that song your students are singing in the bathroom, music education victories, a drawer full of chocolate. Be thankful music educator! You've got a great job.
Veteran's Day Listening Lesson
Celebrate Veteran's Day in your music classroom with these ideas. Listen, discuss, analyze. Download and GO ideas you can use today with no prep.
Mrs. King's Music Class: DIY Dry Erase Pockets
DIY Dry Erase Pockets – Learn how to create cute, colorful and durable dry erase pockets for less than 20 cents each! You’ll love this easy to follow tutorial and your students will love using dry erase markers in class. Save your classroom budget and s