This product is great for learning what instruments look like or in which category they belong. It is also a creative way to distribute instruments for an activity. The versatility of this product will benefit your classroom for many activities to come. Plus there is also a Notes Edition, Classroom Instruments Edition, and Dynamics edition.
Motivate your students to work on beat, learn to conduct time signatures, and listen to beautiful music by pulling out these conducting batons! Great for centers too!
Your students will love this rhythm building block activity! Build-A-Note is great practice for differentiating rhythms and is wonderful for problem-solving skills. Includes one builder plate, 12 rhythm cards and enough blocks to build each rhythm.
Red Hot Rhythm Puzzles are a perfect hands-on educational tool to teach rhythms in your elementary music room! These sturdy wooden hearts fit into the 4-beat bases to represent quarter, eighth and rests. Use them in a center or small group or use them under your document camera to project to your class. These work wonderfully for dictation, composing, reading and more!
Practice rhythmic reading while having fun! Toss this six-inch beach ball between classmates. When someone catches the ball, they read the rhythm on the section of the ball that their right thumb is touching. Then toss the ball to the next student. Great for small group play in centers or as a circle passing game with the whole class.
These musical rhythmic dictation blocks are the perfect hands-on educational product for little hands and are a great idea for your rhythm center in your music classroom! They are easy to pass out, easy to store and easy for your younger students to handle and use! Your purchase will come with a download link with teaching ideas.
This collection of vocal exploration toys will bring joy and fun to your classroom as your young students find their singing voices! Students will make connections with high and low pitch by following the path of the items with their voices as they move. They will experience different tempos of changing pitch as well! There is a link to an instructional video to get you started with these tools included.
These felt ukulele picks are perfect for the elementary general music classroom! They are made from a soft pressed felt and are available in four bright colors – yellow, purple, red, and turquoise. The picks are very soft and flexible. Students love using picks when first beginning to give their fingers a break.
Kids love to use mini erasers as manipulatives! Encourage higher order thinking skills as they figure out the notes to be able to play Twinkle Twinkle Little Star by placing the stars on the staff. Great for centers!