A huge collection of fun free music theory resources and worksheets for preschoolers and primary school / kindergarten age. These would be perfect for homeschool too.

Free Resources - Free Sheet Music and Theory Printables

CHEQUEAR LUEGO A huge collection of fun free music theory resources and worksheets for preschoolers and primary school / kindergarten age. These would be perfect for homeschool too.

Music Lessons for the Young Child: RHYTHM LESSON 9 - Notation with rests

It is now time to add rests to our music. This is basically the same lesson as lesson 8 but it includes the quarter rests.

FREE composition activity that can be used for recorders or in general music!

Students could compose as a warm up when the come in. They would go directly to their seats and begin. This could be a routine. It would be great practice for site reading. FREE composition activity that can be used for recorders or in general music!

Want to add more music to your child's day? Try this activity that teaches the difference between beat and rhythm. Use the free printables to help!

How to Teach Beat vs. Rhythm (Part 1)

RHYTHM: The Complete Guide To The Cup Song!   ♫ Click through to read more or repin for later!   ♫

All about the origins of the cup song, cup song tutorial and using the cup game in the music classroom.

This is something I need to use in the classroom!

Around the World Music

By integrating music into your classroom, you are introducing a new take on that subject. Music is relating and filled with emotion. When learning about a new culture, why not show your students the music, activities, and customs of that culture.

Music Fortune Tellers - great idea for review, lots of other wonderful ideas on this music blog!!

3 different music fortune tellers - note names, note values, instruments/families! I could adapt this to art and use artists/styles, elements and principles.

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