In today’s post I’m sharing “Steady Beat Activities for Distance Learning at Home”. It’s the first in my distance learning at home series.
Keep reading to see the Video and get the teaching ideas, so if you’re looking for some distance learning music activities for your students you’ll want to check out this steady beat music activity.
STEADY BEAT ACTIVITIES FOR DISTANCE LEARNING AT HOME
Let’s practice the steady beat today using instruments we can find around the house. Be sure to ask your parents or caregivers for permission before you use something in the house.
Look for things that have rounded edges like empty oatmeal containers, egg cartons and boxes. You don’t want to use anything with a sharp edge.
MATERIALS FOR STEADY BEAT ACTIVITIES
Here Are Some Ideas:
- Empty Oatmeal container
- Empty soda cans
- Empty water, drink, and soda bottles
- Empty boxes
- Empty food cans (be sure the edge has been smoothed down)
- Plastic silverware
- Combs and brushes
- Party horns
- Plastic cups, plates, glasses
What can you find?
FREE DISTANCE LEARNING MUSIC RESOURCES
If your looking for more Free music education distance learning resources, you’ll want to get this FREE Resources from my teachers pay teachers store.
It has a list of over 25 Free resources I have that you can use in your distance learning lessons.
USE YOUR OWN INSTRUMENTS AT HOME
Or, maybe you have some instruments at home?
BODY PERCUSSION FOR STEADY BEAT ACTIVITIES
If not, no worries, you can play the steady beat using body percussion.
Body percussion is when you use your body to make percussive or hard sounds. Always treat your body nicely and never hurt yourself or anyone else when you are making music using body percussion.
Actions to Try:
- Let’s play the steady beat together!
STEADY BEAT MOVEMENT ACTIVITY FOR DISTANCE LEARNING AT HOME
You may want to grab this FREE lesson planner!
“I’m hoping you’ll be able to use these fun steady beat activities for distance learning at home! ”
Please share with your music teacher friends!