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Kodaly Inspired Classroom - 4 Beat Rhythm Blocks - such a fun manipulative to use in the elementary music room. Perfect for dictation, decoding rhythm patterns, composing new patterns, figuring out the rhythms of a song, music centers and more!

Kodaly Inspired Classroom - 4 Beat Rhythm Blocks - such a fun manipulative to use in the elementary music room. Perfect for dictation, decoding rhythm patterns, composing new patterns, figuring out the rhythms of a song, music centers and more!

Music Rhythm Twister game

Music Rhythm Twister game-Could use this as an end of the year reward or incentive game! Change pictures to instruments or staff note names.

Candy Rhythms- SMARTBoard  Sweet Lesson Plans!

Elementary Music Resources: Halloween Hangover: Rhythm Candies - I think this would work for Middle School as well.

Stay Tuned! : Busted! An awesomely fun DIY music game!

" Pull a stick from the jar, clap its rhythm. Pull another stick, clap both rhythms. If you pull the "busted" stick, you have to put all yours back. Kid with most at the end wins. Great for my Musical Stations.

Sing. Teach. Love. Fun way to incorporate composition, rhythm, form and instruments using manipulatives in your elementary music classroom!

For the next time someone is selling beanie babies by the bag full. Fun way to incorporate composition, rhythm, form and instruments using manipulatives in your elementary music classroom.

You can download the PDF of this file for free on my TPT page .   Yesterday, I was searching Pinterest for teaching ideas and I came across ...

Musical Musings: I Have Who Has Rhythm Matching - gonna have to make my own version of this game!

Have you ever taught a music lesson and thought to yourself, “I wish I didn’t have to do so much pointing-at-the-sheet-music?” In working with young kids and children with special needs, the advantage of pointing to the music as we went was clear and I spent a lot of time arranging colored index cards, coloring black and white music, and then pointing my students through the piece.

Have you ever taught a music lesson and thought to yourself, “I wish I didn’t have to do so much pointing-at-the-sheet-music?” In working with young kids and children with special needs, the advantage of pointing to the music as we went was clear and I spent a lot of time arranging colored index cards, coloring black and white music, and then pointing my students through the piece.

Love this simple review of music symbols - perfect for Valentine's Day!

Music Symbol Match | Valentine's Hearts

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