Music Room Ramblings

Friday, April 10, 2015

It's FREEBIE FRIDAY!

I have not posted a Freebie Friday item in a couple of weeks. I have been bogged down with life. The kind of things that keep me from creating and posting. Oh, well . . .

Use "Bow, Wow, Wow" to continue teaching melodic direction.
But today I have made an item available that is also part of Unit 4, the final unit in what will be my "Lesson Plans for an Entire Year" bundle. These will be posted in early August (maybe sooner) because I will be tweaking Unit 1 and combining the INDEXES from each unit so you will have a fantastic plan for your year.

These units are educationally sound, sequential, based on the standards, full of activities, songs, games, and dances with extensive instructions for everything. If you are a new teacher, these units will give you everything you need to establish a great foundation for your music education program.



Unit 4 uses small-group projects, 2nd-5th grades, to give students the opportunity to 3 lesson plans will be available for one more week before I bundle all 35 plans into Unit 4.

You and your students will have fun playing instruments, learning great songs on the recorder, and participating in many movement and dance activities. Students are encouraged to develop their higher level thinking skills as they analyze selections of music and discuss lyrics.

Many teachers become bogged down in providing a series of fun activities that have no connection to their sequential learning experiences. With these Units, you can be assured that your students will be learning while also having fun and will be prepared ultimately for middle and high school music activities.

demonstrate the skills they have been learning all year. Students are encouraged to create, improvise, and perform for each other. The first

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