Are you looking for a way to spice up your music classroom and make learning more interactive and engaging? Look no further than felt staves and counters!
With these colorful and versatile music manipulatives, you can create endless opportunities for students to explore rhythm, notation, and composition. Whether you’re teaching young beginners or advanced musicians, felt staves and counters can be used to create exciting and dynamic lessons that keep students engaged and eager to learn.
Imagine your students tapping out complex rhythms with colorful felt counters, or creating their own melodies using felt staves to visualize pitch and notation. With these manipulatives, you can make music education come alive in a whole new way.
And the best part? Felt staves and counters are durable, affordable, and easy to use. You don’t need any special equipment or training to incorporate them into your lessons. All you need is a little creativity and a lot of enthusiasm!
So let’s FELT the beat and get those musical juices flowing. With felt staves and counters, the possibilities are endless. Let’s make music education FUN again! 🎶🥁🎵
Five Activities for Felt Staves and Counters:
- Lines and spaces game (4:26)
- Dictation (7:01)
- Note positions (10:04)
- Known songs (11:35)
- Create (14:13)
Bonus: Storage ideas (15:45)
Links Mentioned in the Episode:
Teaching Tip Tuesday – Note Heads on a Line and in a Space
Photos of Felt Staves and Counters:
Photos of Line and Space Explanation:
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