I like these animations to show melodic movement. I also find it helpful for students to watch as they listen. … Continue reading →
from http://tweentribune.com/ … Continue reading →
Share the love with this exclusive template. ?Just click the prezi below to quickly personalize and share your own V-Day prezi. Instant V-Day Prezi by Prezi … Continue reading →
New post on South Florida Orff Lego Rhythms by southfloridaorff I was so excited to see this blog post from a music teacher who uses Legos as building blocks for rhythm! http://elementarymusicresources.blogspot.ca/2013/01/lego-rhythms.html Use these Smartboard files to compose rhythm patterns … Continue reading →
http://csdt.rpi.edu/latino/rhythm/rhy_intr.htm Musical rhythms make use of ratios. This website will provide you with some cultural background on Latino-Carribean music. The software will allow you to simulate traditional musical rhythms, and create new rhythms of your own … Continue reading →
From: Claudia McIvor email@example.com Shorecrest Preparatory School in St. Petersburg is looking for a combined Early Childhood Music Teacher (3 and 4 year olds) and Clerical Staff person for the 2013-14 academic year. Great opportunity in a wonderful learning community. … Continue reading →
Thanks again to South Florida Orff here is a link with a great deal of games and ideas for the classroom. http://www.klsriley.com/for-students/online-music-games/ … Continue reading →
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This is a great idea for a game of memory in your classroom! Here is a link to the blogger who has this idea: http://tanyaelementarymusic.blogspot.com/. It’s a great blog!
GREAT IDEA! match the solfege to the staff!
I think my students will love this game!
One of our Members shared this great video with the music educators of Pinellas County. I was thrilled with the expressions of the audience but especially the children. Thanks, Erin. Enjoy … Continue reading →