Here are some Ideas from the participants from October 2018 Australian Curriculum Workshop in Brisbane. Thank you to everyone who was there and shared their ideas. Sharing is caring!!! These are under the headings of Composing, Performing and Responding.
Use these ten Exit Tickets to review what students have learned during the lesson or over a longer term in your music room. Before students leave (for recess, lunch, the end of the day, their next class, or are transitioning to another subject area), they fill in this quick four question exit ticket. Each ticket […]
Two old tortoises going for a walk, “Hello,” said one, “would you like a little talk?” “Yes,” said the other, “I do enjoy a chat.” So they walked along together with a natter, natter nat. This fabulous little rhyme is lots of fun for your young students. I begin with using index fingers to represent […]
Print this one sheet back to back. You may prefer to print the second page upside down so that they can be actually ‘flipped’. Cut them into 4 strips and then laminate. Hand them out to the students when you wish to use them. I play a rhythm, play a melody or play recorded music and […]
Excerpt From ‘Bumblebee! Rounds & Warm-ups for Choirs’ by Michael Griffin. More than just a wonderful collection of 130 choir exercises including more than 45 rounds. Griffin shares timeless wisdom to help you get your choir into shape.
Four Tagxedo images for music. I have included a chicken as I used it for Chicken in a Fencepost. I could play on this site all day!!!! http://www.tagxedo.com/
This reading resource was developed by my friend and colleague David Waterworth. Thanks David!
Reading Friends was written by David Waterworth. Thank you David for sharing. To contact David: email@example.com www.waterworthconsultants.net
Eleven fabulous rhymes that have a strong feeling of beat. 2,4,6,8 This is the Way the Ladies Ride How do you Doo Tee Chop Chop Timothy Fish Flicker Flicker Flap Engine Engine No. 9 Bee Bee Bumble Bee My Father is a Butcher Queen Queen Caroline Icka Backa Run them off and have your students illustrate […]