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Music Lessons for the Young Child: RHYTHM LESSON 9 - Notation with rests

It is now time to add rests to our music. This is basically the same lesson as lesson 8 but it includes the quarter rests. The addition of the rest means there are a lot more options for grouping the notes in sets of 4. Just a reminder that the rest gets one beat just as the quarter note does. Whenever the children are reading and clapping music it is important that the rest be "felt" even though there is no sound. For this lesson you may want to add instruments for variety. I always told my…

Use this free printable I spy activity page with kids to help them learn about music, music symbols and notes, and music instruments. #papertraildesign #freeprintable #musicactivity #musicgame #musicprintable #musicnotes

Use our free printable music activity as a boredom buster with kids stuck at home or as a fun part of music education in a classroom.

Rhythm sticks+teaching about Form=best end of the year lesson plan EVER.  #musiceducation #musicteacher #oldtownroad #teacherspayteachers #teachersfollowteachers #rhythms #activitiesforkids #lessonplans #music #elementarymusic #elementary #homeschool

Rhythm sticks+teaching about Form=best end of the year lesson plan EVER. #musiceducation #musicteacher #oldtownroad #teacherspayteachers #teachersfollowteachers #rhythms #activitiesforkids #lessonplans #music #elementarymusic #elementary #homeschool

Creative Movement Activities for Spring | Music Lesson Plan – Bluebird Music Lessons

Want a creative way to practice rhythms and incorporate movement activities into your classroom? These activities are full of drama, movement and rhythm activities for your PreK through 2nd grade s…

Distance Music Lesson Ideas: Found Sound | Organized Chaos

If you haven't done a found sound lesson in this distance learning scenario, are you even a real music teacher?!? Just kidding, but seriously, found sound is a natural topic that's perfect to do at home. No need to save your own recycling for months, collect donations, or ask students to bring things in. And no matter what their home situation may be, they're sure to have something they can use to make music, even if it's just the floor or a stick! Here are some of my favorite lessons using…

Gr 2-4 you win when you pull out a candy to fit in each bag. Could turn this into fly swat too. Pull a candy and swat the rhythm. Keep the candy

It’s said that having a musical education can help your brain to develop stronger in other educational areas as well. While I whole-heartedly support that, I know firsthand how difficu…

Introducing Do Re Mi - Interval Recognition for Kids. This and the whole blog. Excellent stuff!

Introducing Do Re Mi to kids in a visual, fun way to help them understand the notes of the scale and piano. First musical theory lesson for babies and young kids.

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