This set contains 26 Treble Pitch Music Coloring Worksheets of varying difficlty. Coloring sheets are such a favorite with young musicians. With these sheets students are reviewing treble pitch through an enjoyable and quiet activity. An excellent addition to your music sub tub.
My students just love this meter review game, and since it’s interactive and self-correcting, it is perfect to use for part of a substitute lesson. Students choose a construction picture, read the question, and click on the correct time signature. If not correct, “detour” – you must try again before driving through.
Floor Dominos is the perfect game for sub plans. There are 11 different musical concepts highlighted in this Floor Dominos bundle for students to review with a guest teacher. Dominos are large enough for whole class use. Students match one side of each domino to the corresponding information on another tile. For whole class use, teams are recommended.
Pirate Dragon Unicorn Freeze Game is a fun large group game that can be used for subs or assemblies. This awesome game (with printable cards!) is a great brain break in class or when you need a movement activity that you can do with a double class when there aren’t any subs!
These coloring sheets of musical instruments of the orchestra are perfect for early finishers and sub plans. They are also a great coloring activity for students needing to wind down.
No Prep Activities for Elementary Music is a collection of over 60 video links with accompanying worksheets. It’s perfect for those days when you need a quick and easy no-prep lesson plan for elementary music students. These activities are ideal for non-music and musically-trained substitute teachers alike. Videos are geared toward students in grades K-4.
Use this template to create some easy-to-use sub plans for elementary music! It can be overwhelming to try to put together all of the information that a substitute teacher needs to know, and come up with meaningful plans that will engage students without overwhelming a non-musical substitute teacher! This template will help organize and condense the important information a substitute needs to teach your classes while you are away.
48 coloring sheets included! Perfect for stations, sub tubs, rainy days, assessment, and Halloween fun! Choose from 6 different designs covering:
- Rhythm Names/Symbols (North American & British Terms)
- Rhythm Beats/Symbols
- Treble Clef Notes
- Bass Clef Notes
- Keyboard Notes
- Dynamics & Articulations
This bingo set contains 35 cards and can be used to review either bass or treble clef note naming skills. Contains a sub page to explain note naming to save you time!
A great review game for your older students after learning about all the different symbols they may find in music! Sub friendly caller’s card included (so they don’t need to know what symbols are what)!
Color by music mystery pictures help students differentiate between the first notes commonly used by beginner recorder players. Great for notation awareness lessons and perfect for your sub tub! Choose BAG, BAGCD, BAGED, or BAGCDED for an additional challenge for your students.
A visually engaging sub game, this set includes 40 different questions that are either an instrument or a river. Details about what the instrument is or where the river is are included.
This game is similar to bingo and connect four. Two students play per card, and the first one to get four in a row wins! My students love to play! It is perfect for non-musical substitutes, too!
This is a set of 9 fun (yet truly educational!) games based on the popular game, “Don’t Break the Ice!” In this game, students must various musical concepts and hope they don’t cause all the ice to fall! These make great music workstations!
Most teachers would agree taking a sick or person day is harder than actually being at work. Writing sub plans and preparing sub tubs and sub binders are so hard, especially in music and other specials! This will be a great activity for your music substitute plans!