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Rhythm Time with Syncopa Interactive Music Game + Assessment (gumball)

Go ahead and give your music students a gumball! They will love this interactive game while aurally identifying 2 sixteenths/1 eighth note rhythmic patterns! A great music resource for whole group instruction or centers! Plus, there are 2 formal (one measure or two measures) assessments included.

"I would teach children music, physics, and philosophy; but most importantly music, for the patterns in music and all the arts are the keys to learning." - Plato

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Note Reading - Music Assessment #2 Lines/Spaces

Why Music? The Many Benefits of Musical Education #Infographics —
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Why Music? The Many Benefits of Musical Education #Infographics —

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Middle School Music Interactive Notebook

Math in Music Education Kids of new generation capable to perceive information faster, with cross-modal processing ,activating all senses at once : visual perception, audio analyzers, neuromotor functions. Stepanov Ukraine

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The Ultimate List of Online Music Education Games

One humongous list of free online music education games organized by aural training, composers, composition, instruments, notation, symbols/vocabulary and variety.

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Four Little Penguins: Orff, Rhythm, Ostinato, Form & Instruments (eighth notes)

Four Little Penguins! Your elementary music students will love the activities included with an original poem and lesson plan while working on rhythm and instruments. An excellent Orff and Kodaly resource.

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Keep Students' Attention in the Classroom

35+ Ways to Capture and Keep Student Attention in the Music Classroom! music activities | ♫ CLICK through to read more or RE-PIN for later! ♫

Kodaly Rhythm Symbols, a system of music education for children that includes singing, ear training, solfeggio, rhythmic movement, and improvisation -- developed by Hungarian composer, Zoltan Kodaly, to achieve the goal of music literacy.