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INTERACTIVE ELEMENTARY MUSIC STEADY BEAT ACTIVITIES There are so many ways to teach steady beat and this blog post is jammed with interactive elementary music steady beat activities you can use throughout the school year.

Interactive Elementary Music Steady Beat Activities

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INTERACTIVE ELEMENTARY MUSIC STEADY BEAT ACTIVITIES

There are so many ways to teach steady beat and this blog post is jammed with interactive elementary music steady beat activities you can use throughout the school year.

MOVING TO THE BEAT  ALL YEAR STEADY BEAT ACTIVITIES

Moving to the Beat Activity and Video

MOVE TO THE BEAT BODY PERCUSSION STEADY BEAT ACTIVITY

Moving to the Beat Activity Resource

Let’s move to the beat!  Move to the beat for elementary music classes is a great way to get students to feel the beat in a variety of learning opportunities. 

Your students will move, read, write and create steady beat patterns using flashcards, worksheets, video and google slides activities.

Your students can play the steady beat with body actions!  Practice beat and body percussion using these fun actions: STOMP, CLAP, HOP, SKIP.

“Heart Beat” Steady Beat Movement Activity

Music Lesson Unit for Beat & Rhythm: Train Themed with Movement Activities PrK-K is filled with steady beat activities.

Get on board the music Beat and Rhythm train to teach your preschool and Kindergarten students the steady beat as well as long/short rhythms.

 Students will love the interactive lessons, visuals, videos, manipulatives and movement activities. 

Teaching materials include teaching video, action story video, flashcards, teaching presentation, “Engine, Engine No.9” Chant with activities and worksheets. 

This is a 4 lesson unit of interactive materials. 

CLAP! PAT! SNAP! BODY PERCUSSION ACTIVITIES

Want to get your students playing body percussion on the very first day of school? This resource is the perfect starter kit for elementary music class. This resource is adaptable for all grades and challenges students with easy to more complicated patterns.

Body Percussion Activity CLAP-PAT-SNAP

PLAY THE STEADY BEAT 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.  

Maybe you have some instruments at home?  

If not, no worries, you can play the steady beat using body percussion.

CLAP

PAT

SNAP

STAMP

Let’s play the steady beat together!

OCEAN FRIENDS STEADY BEAT ACTIVITY

Elementary music class is so fun with ocean friends body percussion activities. Students will love to play and move to the beat using the video activity. 

Then students create their own body percussion moves using the FLASH CARDS and GOOGLE SLIDES activities. 

Using the Ocean Friends steady beat body percussion activity set gives your students tons of interactive learning opportunities.

DINOSAUR BODY PERCUSSION STEADY BEAT ACTIVITY

Dinosaur Body Percussion Steady Beat Play Along Activity: Video, Google Apps resource is full of interactive learning opportunities.

Children love dinosaurs and they’ll love these dinosaur body percussion activities. 

Students will use their imagination to  play and move to the beat using the video activity. 

Then students create their own body percussion moves using the FLASH CARDS and GOOGLE SLIDES activities.

Year round interactive Elementary Music Steady Beat Activity ideas in this blog post:

FALL AND BACK TO SCHOOL STEADY BEAT ACTIVITIES

Move to the Steady Beat Body Percussion Activities : Quarter Note

Let’s move to the beat!  Move to the beat for elementary music classes is a great way to get students to feel the beat in a variety of learning opportunities. Your students will move, read, write and create steady beat patterns using flashcards, worksheets, video and google slides activities.

HALLOWEEN STEADY BEAT ACTIVITIES

Halloween Body Percussion Steady Beat Play Along Activity: Video

Spooky and Fun Halloween body percussion activities on the Steady Beat. Students will love to play and move with the Halloween characters and Flap, Stomp, Wave, and Shake to the beat using the video activity. Practice the patterns, with the video, then students can create their own body percussion moves using the FLASH CARDS and GOOGLE SLIDES activities.

This resource offers a variety of teaching strategies and learning experiences to help your students internalize the steady beat.

Halloween interactive Elementary Music Steady Beat Activity ideas in this blog post: LINK

THANKSGIVING STEADY BEAT ACTIVITIES

Turkey Body Percussion Steady Beat Play Along

Thanksgiving interactive Elementary Music Steady Beat Activity ideas in this blog post: LINK

HOLIDAY STEADY BEAT ACTIVITIES

Reindeer Body Percussion Steady Beat Play Along Activity: Video Google Apps

Christmas Elves Body Percussion Steady Beat Play Along Activity: Video Google Apps

Holiday interactive Elementary Music Steady Beat Activity ideas in this blog post:

WINTER STEADY BEAT ACTIVITIES

Join in the New Year and Winter music fun with this snowman, winter, New Year body percussion activity to help children and students feel the steady beat. A snowman, penguin winter animal steady beat activity where students move on the beat to different actions.

The full resource includes google slides drag and drop activity, flashcards, lesson plans and worksheets and the video activity.  

Help your elementary music class students feel the steady beat using this Winter, New Year, Snowman, Penguin body percussion activity. Preschool, Kindergarten, and primary elementary music classes will love this steady beat activity. 

Everyone loves Winter animals! Make your lessons engaging and use movement to learn music concepts.

Winter Body Percussion Activities Resource

Winter Steady Beat Activities

Winter Steady Beat and Rhythm Cards- LINK

Interactive Winter themed steady beat and rhythm activities for the elementary music classroom.

Winter interactive Elementary Music Steady Beat Activity ideas in this blog post: LINK

VALENTINE’S DAY STEADY BEAT ACTIVITIES

Valentine’s Day Body Percussion Play Along -LINK

Valentine’s Day interactive Elementary Music Steady Beat Activity ideas in this blog post: LINK

SPRING STEADY BEAT ACTIVITIES

Spring Body Percussion Rhythm Play Along for a fun Elementary Music Activity and Rhythm Lesson.

Play body percussion with this spring inspired rhythm play along for an interactive elementary music activity. Pairs nicely with a rhythm lesson.  The resource includes flashcards and a google apps activity.

SPRING STEADY BEAT ACTIVITIES FREEBIE

When you subscribe to the Sing Play Create Resource Library, you get over 60 Free Resources that include Beat, Rhythm, Games, Songs, and Activities you can use in the elementary music classroom.

Springtime Steady Beat Play Along Activity: Video, Games, Flashcards Google Apps

Spring Body Percussion Activities: Play Along Video, Presentation, Google Slides

Let’s play body percussion patterns this spring! Students will love the cute animal characters as they CLAP, PAT, SNAP & STOMP. Patterns are STEADY BEAT (no rhythms) and vary from single action to 4 action patterns. This way you can use them for your Kinders through 3rd graders. The google slides are easy to use in your online teaching and classroom activities. You’ll get the graphics to create your own patterns.

Spring interactive Elementary Music Steady Beat Activity ideas in this blog post LINK

Now your students can play the STEADY BEAT the entire school year using these interactive elementary music steady beat activities.

Sandra from Sing Play Create
INTERACTIVE ELEMENTARY MUSIC STEADY BEAT ACTIVITIES There are so many ways to teach steady beat and this blog post is jammed with interactive elementary music steady beat activities you can use throughout the school year.

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Hi there!  I’m Sandra, one of the authors behind Sing Play Create.  My goal is to provide teachers with interactive resources and activities to improve the effectiveness of their teaching and enhance student learning.

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