Folk Dance formation Posters by Mrs. Stouffer's Music Room
Game Changer! These thick, double sided folk dance formation posters will revolutionize how you teach kids how to get into folk dance formations.
Finger Puppets by Floating Down River
Find various cute finger puppets that bring music to life, many with reproducible song and coloring pages.
Midnight Melodies by Rhythmically Yours
Make a musical wish on a star! Your students will love writing the starry melodic patterns to practice their diatonic and extended diatonic melodies. The cards are double-sided for two different tone set and difficulties. Side 1 uses a do-do’ diatonic scale while side 2 features low la and low so patterns. This makes a fun and educational center for young musicians!
Greeting Card by SillyOMusic
Here is a card to show your best teacher friend that you appreciate them!
Musical Guesses Game Bundle by Hutzel House of Music
Engage your students in higher order thinking skills as they play these games! Each set includes two plastic game boards with 4 separate inserts so students can practice their knowledge about Orchestra Instruments, Classroom Instruments, Audio Technology, and Notes and Rests.
Conducting Batons by Floating Down the River
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!
Stickers by Rhythmically Yours
Build a Note by Rhythmically Yours
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.
Songbags and Velcro Floor Staffs by Floating Down River
Use Songbags for passing on the beat, reading notes on the floor staff and composing on your floor staff. Try the new vinyl options for easy cleaning.
Adjustable Recorder Neck Straps by Hutzel House of Music
Singing phone for help with audio and matching pitch by Floating Down the River
Singing phones are perfect for many things. Help a child hear himself to improve singing in tune.
Googly Eye Rings by Floating Down the River
Use Googly Eye Rings for your music classroom for vocal exploration, pretend play, attention getting, and many other uses. Comes with 10 ideas.
Silicone Bead Lanyards by Mrs. Stouffer's Music Room
These pretty lanyards will never feel over the top.
Rhythm Stickers by Hutzel House of Music
Create your own rhythm manipulatives with these ready to go rhythm stickers! Available in two sizes and several difficulty levels to allow you to fully customize your students’ learning experience.
Composing Sets by Rhythmically Yours
Make rhythm composing fun! These colorful sets are a great hands-on tool to get your students creating rhythms in small groups. Several themes to choose from.
Rhythm Blocks by Rhythmically Yours
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.
Lanyards by Floating Down the River
Be the most stylish teacher around by choosing a regular or personalized lanyard or tuning fork holder.
Vocal Play Kits by Hutzel House of Music
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.
Ukulele Picks by Pitch Publications
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.
Ukulele Dots by Pitch Publications
Colorful, removable self-adhesive dot stickers to match the Rainbow Ukulele program. One set provides enough stickers to mark C7, C, G7, and F for 40 ukuleles.
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Melodic Dictation by Hutzel House of Music
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!
Solfege Hearts Hoodie by Mrs. Stouffer's Music Room
This adorable hoodie is perfect for a music teacher to toss on when it’s a bit chilly! Let your love of solfege shine through!
Music Teacher Stickers by Mrs. Stouffer's Music Room
Looking for some stickers that are just for music teachers? These hand drawn colorful stickers will give you all the flair!
Treble Clef Note Spelling Flash Cards by Hutzel House of Music
Challenge your students to master their note reading skill with these Spelling Notes Flash Cards! This set includes 64 flash cards, color coded so each color uses the same number of letters per word. This set includes 20 three letter words, 16 four letter words, 12 five letter words, 12 six letter words, and 4 seven letter words. The color coding makes it simple to differentiate during use whether you choose to use this as a full class activity or as a center activity for your students.
The Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly Puppets by Floating Down the River
Sing “The Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly” or 9 other “Old Lady” songs based on the books from Lucille Calandro and delight your students with finger puppets that go along with the songs and my special old lady who has a viewing window in her tummy and a strap for holding her to make it easier to use.
Clothespin Puppets by Rhythmically Yours
Music Mitts by Floating Down the River
Review the lines and spaces on the staff with the empty mitt, use velcro notes to review a song or use solfege, and use a note on a stick to do a “flying note” game where you move the note on the lines and staff as students say the solfege or note names.