A fun body percussion play along and a rhythm play along in one activity? Yep! It's perfect for elementary music classes. Students will love playing rhythms using body percussion moves.…
Let's FREEZE DANCE in the classroom. Connect movement with learning about U.S.A. in social studies or as you teach students to sing "The Star-Spangled Banner" and other patriotic songs. Freeze dance can be an anytime movement activity and brain break for your students. USE the activity for transitions, rewards, to keep students busy while you set up or clean up, rainy day, snow day, recess, assess or work with individual students and in your virtual classrooms.
Playing ukulele in your elementary music classes? Read this post to get some great teaching tips and pointers on how to sing, play, create and perform using songs on the ukulele.
Looking for some fun Patriotic music and movement activities? Keep reading to get some patriotic music and movement activity ideas you can use for any patriotic holiday.
“Summertime, Summertime” action song is perfect to kick off your elementary back to school S.E.L & literacy activities.
Connect learning using Ocean themed literacy and music activities. This post shares scarf and freeze dance activities you can use in your classroom for movement activities and freeze dance brain breaks.
Looking for some ways to help children honor and respect their dad's? Here are some creative ideas for your children to connect music and literacy activities with Father's Day.
It’s time to freeze dance with our ocean friends. Freeze dance can be an anytime movement activity and brain break for your students. https://youtu.be/GdZmAdqJVA0 FREEZE DANCE WITH OCEAN FRIENDS AND…
Let's talk interactive rhythm activities. There's so many ways to engage students in reading, playing and writing rhythms. Interactive rhythm ideas for the elementary music classroom.
Dinosaurs used to roam the earth, and now they can stomp, soar, and roar in your classroom too. “I Am a Dinosaur” is an engaging action song you can use for a brain break or as part of your science curriculum. It’s easy to learn and your students will love doing the actions and singing this song during dinosaur activities. Not only will you get a video to teach the song, but there are coloring and writing sheets too!