Your primary students will love this digital activity as they identify high and low sounds from instruments and the environment! Great for music lessons on musical opposites.
Basics of Pitch is an all-in-one interactive music lesson which guides students through the sights, sounds, and feel of pitch basics in music. This PowerPoint Presentation uses real-life images, audio, playalong recordings, and video links to keep students meaningfully engaged in the concept of pitch. This is the perfect introduction or review of pitch for your music students!
Looking for a fun way to teach melodic contour and step, skip, leap, and repeat to your elementary students? This set includes a presentation with visual and aural examples, interactive review game, student worksheet, study guide, and test.
Follow these playful, magical unicorns through a fun game of step, skip, leap or same! Your students will love the beautiful, colorful graphics of this interactive game that is perfect for reviewing intervals. This self-correcting multiple choice game has 76 problems in treble clef to solve.
Get your kids singing, moving, and playing rhythm sticks with this activity! Kids will learn about the background of the song before applying a rhythm stick routine that gets progressively more difficult.
Give your students an interactive way to learn the basics of treble clef note naming through this Google Slides resource. Great for virtual or in-person learning. Covers identifying lines and spaces while giving the students the ability to check their answers as they go.
This lesson set is a wonderful resource to add to your world music collection. Use it to teach students about pentatonic music with slides showing the solfege, teach compound meter in 6/8 through the melody and percussion accompaniment parts (including 3 Orff xylophone ostinati parts) along with lesson extension ideas, and learn the Japanese language and culture.
Are you struggling with teaching solfege or looking for a fun, new method for teaching solfege to elementary students? Then look no further! Pitch Hill is for you!
This resource features both a self-checking interactive PowerPoint and also a Google Slides version that can be used for whole group instruction & review or shared to individual devices for students to work at their own pace. Ten rounds of 3 questions each. “Congrats” slides indicate successful completion of the round. Review treble clef note names from middle C through high G, 30 questions in all.
Everything is laid out and ready to go to get your kids started on writing their own parodies and piggyback songs! Follow the steps for easy success! This unit works well in the classroom or for distance learning.
Practicing melodic concepts are so important for students. And writing patterns out by hand takes forever. Save yourself time and get started by hitting “Print”! These melodic cards have 20 patterns in three ways. G-Do, F-Do and solfa letters for 8 different tone sets.