Spooky Halloween Chants to practice upper elementary level rhythms. Upper elementary music classes will love these musical Halloween Chants. Rhythms include sixteenth, eighth, quarter notes and combinations. The lessons integrate literacy while developing rhythm, form and composing music skills. Also works for Middle School Students. Original chants in kid friendly themes.
Challenge your students with this original and engaging music activity.
WHY I LOVE THIS RESOURCE:
The chants are creative and humorous. The lessons are designed to be used over several classes or as one class time-per your student’s abilities.
Each chant uses sixteenth note rhythms. There are two sets of lessons. One using the chants as a rhythm and instrument activity and one lesson using the chants to create a Rondo. Both lessons provide opportunities to practice rhythms and compose.
36 teaching pages
Sheet music in the presentation for 6 Chants
4 (4 bars) and 2 chants (2 bars)
Each chant comes with 4 teaching pages:
Rhythm and Lyrics
• Rhythms included are sixteenth, eighth, quarter notes, eighth note rest, sixteenth/eighth and eighth/sixteenth combo. (1 blank rhythm page you can add in your own words using a text box)
• 5 Printable Worksheets for varied levels writing rhythms and creating a RONDO.
2 Sheets for Pop Song Form.
• Teaching Directions for 2 different lesson units that could last up to 2-6 class times.
• Guide to create a Rondo- ABACA
Guide to create a Pop Song/Chant ABABCAB
“Sounds of Halloween”
“What Will You Be for Halloween?”
“What Did You See?”
“Trick or Treating?”
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