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Learn Piano Awesome How to Learn Intervals by Ear - An article with sound clips from familiar songs to help identify Intervals. Piano Lessons, Music Lessons, Middle School Choir, High School, Music Lesson Plans, Nerd, Piano Teaching, Teaching Aids, Teaching Tools

How to Learn Intervals by Ear

An easy way to learn intervals by ear and what they sound like is to link them with songs you know. Here's a list to start working from.

Class Openers for Elementary Music. Fun ways to establish a routine for the beginning of each elementary general music class as a warm-up and allow student leadership as well. education Class Openers for Elementary Music Elementary Choir, Elementary Music Lessons, Kindergarten Music Lessons, Preschool Music Activities, Music Education Activities, Leadership Activities, Movement Activities, Group Activities, Piano Lessons

Class Openers for Elementary Music

Class Openers for Elementary Music. Organized Chaos. Fun ways to establish a routine for the beginning of each elementary general music class as a warm-up and allow student leadership as well.

A list of five circle games that are great for elementary music. There are so many concepts you can teach with these games, and the kids will love it! A lot of these games can be used to teach the different elements of music to the children. Elementary Music Lessons, Music Lessons For Kids, Music Lesson Plans, Music For Kids, Kindergarten Music Lessons, Elementary Schools, Piano Lessons, Fun Music, Music Mix

The Yellow Brick Road Blog

The Yellow Brick Road Blog is a website dedicated to providing music teachers with fun education resources for serious music literacy.

50 awesome choral warm-ups for church choirs.some could work for children's choir too! Singing Lessons, Singing Tips, Music Lessons, Choir Warm Ups, Singing Warm Ups, Sight Singing, Ukulele, Vocal Warmups, Middle School Choir

50 Awesome Choral Warm-Ups for Church Choirs | Ashley Danyew

Vocal warm-ups are an important part of singing, but they offer many other benefits in a choral setting. Choral warm-ups are an important and powerful tool to get your group singing together with a good tone, resonance, and proper breath support ( source ). Plus, there are many ways to include pedag

Hand clapping games: great games with notation for your music lessons! Hand clapping games: great games with notation for your music lessons! Music Lessons For Kids, Music Lesson Plans, Music For Kids, Elementary Music Lessons, Kindergarten Music Lessons, Elementary Schools, Music Education Activities, Music Activities For Kids, Physical Education

Put Your Hands Together!

Hi all! This is Amy from Music a la Abbott. I hope you all enjoyed the previous two posts from Karla and Kate: I love Karla's ideas for surviving the end of the school year (proud to say, I'm one week into summer vacation) and Kate's ideas for reflecting on the year and looking forward. I debated many different things to blog about today. Some of my ideas were on pacing, transitions, engagement rates, scaffolding but like I said, I'm on summer vacation! So, I decided to focus on something…

How to Develop Children's Singing Voices in Choir: The ins and outs of developing children?s singing voices in a choir setting - from vocal exploration to developing choral musicianship. Very helpful for children's choir directors and volunteers! Singing Games, Singing Lessons, Singing Tips, Music Lessons, Vocal Lessons, Learn Singing, Kids Singing, Piano Lessons, Coral

How to Develop Children's Singing Voices in Choir | Ashley Danyew

If you go to the grocery store or the park or Target, you’re likely to hear it - the sound of a small child singing a song they know by heart (often looping through a favorite section over and over). “The impulse to move, speak, sing, and play rhythmically is a natural and vital part of being human” (source). But, if it’s not encouraged and nurtured from an early age, children can “forget how to sing.” How do you help them rediscover their singing voices? How do you develop it and…

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Boomwhacker Contraptions You'll Love (Part I) - Prodigies Music Curriculum

Contraption 1: The Boomwhacker String Let me start by saying … Boomwhacker Contraptions You’ll Love (Part I) Read More »

Hands: 16 Clapping Games for Children's Choir 16 fun hand-clapping games for children's choir - great for a gathering activity or quick change-of-pace in the middle of rehearsal! Movement Activities, Music Activities, Music Games For Kids, Hand Games For Kids, Games For Children, Physical Activities, Elementary Choir, Elementary Music Lessons, Middle School Choir

Clap Your Hands: 16 Clapping Games for Children's Choir

Remember those clapping games we used to play as kids? Between the silly (or nonsense) lyrics and the fast-paced sequence of claps, taps, snaps, and crosses, clapping games provided hours of entertainment. It might seem like just fun and games, but there's actually more to it than that. Clapping games can be beneficial to children's development.Dr. Idit Sulkin has conducted research on the topic of children's hand-clapping games, noting:"These activities serve as a developmental platform to…

If I Were There by God's Kids Worship. A new, easy-to-sing, modern Christmas song, If I Were There, is designed to stick with kids beyond the walls of the church. Great for worship or performance. Church Christmas Songs, Modern Christmas Songs, Christmas Songs For Toddlers, Childrens Christmas Songs, Children's Church Songs, Christmas Plays For Kids, Preschool Christmas Songs, Christian Christmas Songs, Christmas Program

If I Were There | God's Kids Worship

A new, easy-to-sing, modern Christmas song, If I Were There, is designed to stick with kids beyond the walls of the church. Great for worship or performance.

17 Cumulative Songs for Children's Choir Choir Songs, Silly Songs, Kids Songs, Songs For Children, Fun Songs, Singing Games, Singing Tips, Rhythm Games, Fun Games

17 Cumulative Songs for Children's Choir | Ashley Danyew

17 Cumulative Songs for Children's Choir - cumulative songs for elementary music, how to teach a cumulative song, singing games for children's choir, movement songs for children, silly songs, songs with repetition, call and response | @ashleydanyew

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Your Go-To Guide for Using Boomwhackers With Your Choir | Ashley Danyew

Looking for a fun way to reinforce rhythm and steady beat, play melodies, and introduce harmony to your children’s choir? Let me introduce you to Boomwhackers. Boomwhackers are great for older elementary choirs, though they can be used in certain circumstances with younger elementary &

guide for using boomwhackers with your choir Singing Games, Singing Lessons, Singing Tips, Music Lessons, Learn Singing, Movement Activities, Music Activities, Elementary Choir, Call And Response

Your Go-To Guide for Using Boomwhackers With Your Choir | Ashley Danyew

Looking for a fun way to reinforce rhythm and steady beat, play melodies, and introduce harmony to your children’s choir? Let me introduce you to Boomwhackers. Boomwhackers are great for older elementary choirs, though they can be used in certain circumstances with younger elementary &

New FREEBIE on TPT - Back to School Rhythm Game. First person to clap all of their rhythms correctly and reach the school wins! This would be a great activity for those first lessons of the year. Music Education Games, Music Activities, Teaching Music, Music Games, School Songs, Music School, Elementary Choir, Piano Lessons For Kids, Rhythm Games

Back To School Rhythm Game

Looking for a quick "back to school" themed game for your music lessons? Try this snappy game that reinforces their understanding of 4/4 time, quarter notes, half notes, and quarter rests. To play, two players start with their tokens at the bottom of each row. To move forward, the two players play ...