Recorder Notes Write the Room Activity Bundle by Hutzel House of Music
Get the kids up and moving while they work! Kids copy the notes off the cards that are hanging around the room, then write in the note names and fingerings. This activity provides a great assessment opportunity, especially for students who struggle with nerves while performing. Let them show what they know in a different way. Bonus: So easy, even a non-music sub can handle this! Grab the Bundle OR just the individual sets that match the needs and levels of your students.
Recorder Rule Posters by Noteworthy By Jen
Colorful recorder rule posters to remind students the basic techniques and procedures.
Kodaly Aspiring Recorder by Mrs. Stouffer's Music Room
If you are over constant assessments but little retention, squeaking on the low end, overblowing, and kids saying they “don’t know how it goes”, then this is for you! This recorder method will not only eliminate some of the biggest issues in recorder teaching, but it will incorporate the knowledge your kids already have. Don’t start at the beginning. Start with what they KNOW. Using solfege and rhythm syllables, your kids will apply their knowledge to reading music faster.
Sakura: Japanese Song Lesson Set by Organized Chaos Music
This lesson set is a wonderful resource to add to your world music collection. Use it to teach students about pentatonic and/or minor music with slides showing the solfege, create an Orff ensemble piece with barred percussion borduns, teach low C, E, and F on recorder, identify same and different musical phrases, and learn the Japanese language and culture.
Mystery Images for Recorder by Ginny's Music Space
These mystery images are perfect for substitutes or early finishers to review BAG and E.
Recorder Mega Pack- Complete by Floating Down the River
Start your year off right with this recorder pack that gives you everything you need for the year! This Recorder Mega Pack (315 pages) is the result of 4 years of work to make a highly motivating program for students.
Recorder Fingering Matching: Pear Pairs by Rhythmically Yours
Pair up these pears by matching the staff notation to the recorder fingering! Color and a printer-friendly black and white version included.
Recorder Fingering Charts by The Yellow Brick Road
These colorful recorder fingering charts are designed to catch your students’ attention, reinforce correct fingering, and provide a great reference for daily recorder practice.
Musical Stories & Songs Bundle by Sally's Sea of Songs
Musical Stories & Songs BUNDLE is a versatile resource that can be used in the music classroom or as a mini-presentation for an audience. The story PowerPoint presentations for The Gingerbread Man and Three Billy Goats Gruff, along with B-A-G, B-A-G-E & C-B-A-G refrains and Orff arrangements perfect for young singers and beginning recorder players make this resource easily used for different grade levels or even as a sub plan.
Recorder Fingerings Floor Dominos by Musical Interactions
Reinforce treble clef reading and soprano recorder hand positions with this floor dominos game. The 1/2 page dominos are a great size for large scale centers or substitute activities. Separate dominos and fingering charts are included for Baroque and German model soprano recorders.
Recorder Cat 10 Sequential PPT Lessons by SillyOMusic
This no prep, recorder curriculum includes 10 songs that will make teaching recorder the easiest part of your day! It’s fun, scaffolded for success, and the music is embedded into each presentation!
Recorder Bonanza by Pitch Publications
Need a way to give your kids a little extra practice reading and notating recorder notes on the staff? Look no further! This 20 page no-prep printable set is for you! This resource is wonderful for differentiating your activities for practicing B, A, G, E (low), and D(low)! (Other note combinations available!)
Recorder Match-Ups BAG Edition BOOM Cards for Paperless Classrooms by Sally's Sea of Songs
Review BAG notation and fingerings! These self-checking BOOM Cards can be used for whole group instruction & review or shared to individual devices for students to work at their own pace.