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27 Classroom Poster Sets: Free and Fantastic - Motivational Quote Classroom Posters - Teach Junkie

27 Classroom Poster Sets: Free and Fantastic

27 Classroom Poster Sets: Free and Fantastic - Motivational Quote Classroom Posters - Teach Junkie

Elementary Music Methods: Real Life Edition: Choir Basic Training

Choir Basic Training

I just found out that this year, I have a choir class during school! I'm so excited. Last year was definitely a learning experience with choir. I really didn't know what to expect as far as their abilities. This year, I am going to hit the basics and try to build fundamental skills, especially with new choir members coming. I was already working on a choir resource to help with sight singing skills when I found out about the class. This PDF is a version of my Choir Basic Training…

Musical terms worksheet... I love this whole site. lots of free worksheets

Just Added: Musical Terms Worksheet #1 - Color In My Piano

This worksheet is intended for beginner/early elementary students who have learned basic note values and musical terms. The student is instructed to match the musical symbol pictured on the left to each corresponding term on the right. Terms covered include: treble clef and bass clef, basic rhythms (quarter note through whole note), and dynamics (piano through forte).

It All Adds Up - Free Rhythm Worksheet I (Digital Print)

It All Adds Up - Free Rhythm Worksheet I (Digital Print) - Visit MakingMusicFun.net for free and premium sheet music, music lesson plans, and composer biographies and worksheets.

Free Music Worksheets - Wordsearch, Crossword Puzzles, Coloring Sheets, Music Vocabulary, and more

Learn Basic Musical Terms with These 10 Printouts

Music basics printables, including word searches, coloring pages, alphabetizing practice, and other free drawing, reading, and writing activities .

Beth's Music Notes: 4th & 5th Rhythm Written Assessments

Resources to help you teach music Easily find songs and lessons Join Plus Membership Find what you need to succeed in the classroom Rhythmic Content steady beat, meter, notes: whole, half, quarter, eighth, sixteenth, syncopation Melodic Content high & low, so-mi, mi-so-la, do-re-mi, pentatonic, major scale Orff songs with Orff arrangements, tips & tricks, recommended … Home Read More »

Name That Tune Music Theory Worksheet - Treble Clef Note Names

Learn Music Theory with our Free Printable Name That Tune Treble Clef Note Name Worksheet.

Poster for my Choir Room: background made from paint chips, letters cut out form scrapbook letter stencils.  Center says "Bring it when you sing it" and top and bottom are reminders of what to do when you want to "bring it"  :)

Poster for my Choir Room: background made from paint chips, letters cut out form scrapbook letter stencils. Center says "Bring it when you sing it" and top and bottom are reminders of what to do when you want to "bring it" :)

Oh no! I need a music sub! Ideas for putting together your music sub tub and binder plus links to freebies and and editable binder to fill your tub! #musiceducation

Oh no! I need a music sub!

Oh no! I need a music sub! Ideas for putting together your music sub tub and binder plus links to freebies and and editable binder to fill your tub! #musiceducation

Solfege Worksheet #1

Free Solfege Worksheets for Classroom Instruction

Free Solfege Worksheets. Both Beginning and Advanced Levels.

free sight singing exercises

Masterworks Press

Masterworks Press has been providing quality reproducible sightsinging materials for choirs from elementary to college, as well as city and church choirs since 1994.

10 Music Tech Ideas for the Middle School  From Katie Wardrobe at Midnight Music                                                                                                                                                                                 More

10 Music Tech Ideas for the Middle School

Here are 10 engaging, fun and creative music technology lesson ideas that are perfect for middle school students in years 5-9.

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In Part 1, I described some of my "go-to" exercises to start the choral warm up process. These were designed primarily to get the voice moving within controlled ranges. In part 2, I showed how I look to expand the range, work through the break(s), focus the tonal placement, and increase energy. For me, warm ups have specific goals: My warm-up routine has several purposes: Physically engage the vocal mechanisms- larynx, diaphragm, intercostals, etc. Reinforce proper tonal placement and vowel…