My K-1 students love this activity, learning about steady beat and no beat through listening games, children’s literature, playing instruments, and singing. In Google Slides, virtual students are also able to participate in all of the listening activities.
Your students will love practicing their instrument family identification with this set of Boom Cards™! Boom Cards are a great tool for assessment in music class. These interactive digital flash cards are self-grading and offer immediate feedback for your students.
Students explore this virtual ‘art exhibit’ which leads them on a journey through Carnival of the Animals with linked sound files and Google form assessments as well as printable worksheets for each movement in the suite.
Can’t use video lessons or need an easy-to-prep music center? Check out this dice rolling game kids can play at home with a partner who has no knowledge of music!
This video game music unit is a great way to engage upper elementary and middle school students and get them composing, listening, analyzing, and thinking about music! Students will learn about videogame composers by watching videos of interviews, analyze music from video games and discuss various aspects of music and sound in video games, and then create their own video game and the music to go with it!
Spring has sprung and there’s so much to see and do! Your young beginners will love searching for objects in this spring-themed scavenger hunt. Each object found will lead to an age-appropriate task. Tasks include practicing your 5 voices, vocal paths, animal sounds, movement and simple clapping patterns with iconic notation.
Pirate Rhythms for BOOM Cards - Read & Create Quarter Paired Eighth Quarter Rest by Sallys's Sea of Songs
Ahoy, Mateys! Me pirate crew is ready to guide students in sorting pirate characters into one or two syllables or no sound at all. Students then drag either the pirate characters or music notation to create 4-beat rhythm patterns. Play a lively full-group game on your interactive whiteboard, or a more low-key music center activity on laptops or tablets. Shiver me timbers, Pirate Rhythms are fun!
Try these Drag & Drop rhythmic dictation task cards for your rhythm assessments. They are fun and perfect for centers because they can be played on any device.
Musical Mansion is an interactive presentation packed with over 40 links of musical playalongs, music games, an interactive piano, interviews with composers, music-themed stories, and much more. Students explore the mansion, finding new activities along the way, and possibly even a secret tunnel…but they say that’s just a rumor.
This digital interactive music notebook is a great tool for assessing middle school (5th and 6th grade) music students while encouraging creativity and student-centered learning. All of the text is editable, which makes this music notebook perfect for differentiated activities, assessment, evidence of learning, and more. Best of all, you can edit directions and music terminology to fit your needs.