Tempo Wall Chart                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Tempo Wall Chart

Tempo Wall Chart More

A sample lesson with methods class students using a familiar song/poem. This lesson focuses on steady beat, fast and slow tempo. And they get to be trains.

A sample lesson with methods class students using a familiar song/poem. This lesson focuses on steady beat, fast and slow tempo. And they get to be trains.

Use this fun tempo spinner to decide how students should sing a song, dance or play a passage of music. Great for reinforcing tempo terms, students will never forget what these term mean.    Ideas for use: For movement, create game cards for fun and wacky activities. Example: How do you snap your fingers? The tempo spinner can help you decide.   Sing songs in a variety of tempi. Making this!

Use this fun tempo spinner to decide how students should sing a song, dance or play a passage of music. Great for reinforcing tempo terms, students will never forget what these term mean. Ideas for use: For movement, create game cards for fun and wacky activities. Example: How do you snap your fingers? The tempo spinner can help you decide. Sing songs in a variety of tempi. Making this!

LDS Primary Chorister Ideas: Feel the Music.  Love, love, LOVE this idea! I'm definitely doing this for review the week before our Primary Program!

LDS Primary Chorister Ideas: Feel the Music. Love, love, LOVE this idea! I'm definitely doing this for review the week before our Primary Program!

music signs and symbols | Basic Musical Symbols Used by Piano Players

music signs and symbols | Basic Musical Symbols Used by Piano Players

Bubble wrap singing time... primary hop and pop.  Songs written on colored circles, spin a wheel to choose color.. or colors on dice.  Kid gets to hop and pop bubble wrap and then they all sing song.

Bubble wrap singing time... primary hop and pop. Songs written on colored circles, spin a wheel to choose color.. or colors on dice. Kid gets to hop and pop bubble wrap and then they all sing song.

SINGING TIME IDEA: Little LDS Ideas: Primary Program motivators

SINGING TIME IDEA: Little LDS Ideas: Primary Program motivators

The "Loud Soft Song"! A great song of Musical Opposites and how they can work togther!

The "Loud Soft Song"! A great song of Musical Opposites and how they can work togther!

The Primary Feud - good idea for sharing time!

The Primary Feud - good idea for sharing time!

Didi @ Relief Society: Smile Frowny Faces for Primary Singing Time

Didi @ Relief Society: Smile Frowny Faces for Primary Singing Time

How to use a pocket chart to teach 4-measure songs to your primary music classes. So easy and effective!

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How to use a pocket chart to teach 4-measure songs to your primary music classes. So easy and effective!

SINGING TIME IDEA: Easter Song Review Game

SINGING TIME IDEA: Easter Song Review Game

Music dynamics stick idea - student helper holds and flips the stick to control the volume the students are singing = reinforcing dynamics

Music dynamics stick idea - student helper holds and flips the stick to control the volume the students are singing = reinforcing dynamics

Kami's Primary Music Ideas: Review Activity: Ways to Sing Cards (More!)

Kami's Primary Music Ideas: Review Activity: Ways to Sing Cards (More!)

Ideas to teach Christmas Songs for Primary Children | Teaching Primary Music

Ideas to teach Christmas Songs for Primary Children | Teaching Primary Music

“Music can help you draw closer to your Heavenly Father. It can be used to educate, edify, inspire, and unite. However, music can, by its tempo, beat, intensity, and lyrics, dull your spiritual sensitivity. You cannot afford to fill your minds with unworthy music.” From #PresMonson’s http://pinterest.com/pin/24066179228814793 inspiring #LDSconf http://facebook.com/223271487682878 message http://lds.org/general-conference/2010/04/preparation-brings-blessings #ShareGoodness

“Music can help you draw closer to your Heavenly Father. It can be used to educate, edify, inspire, and unite. However, music can, by its tempo, beat, intensity, and lyrics, dull your spiritual sensitivity. You cannot afford to fill your minds with unworthy music.” From #PresMonson’s http://pinterest.com/pin/24066179228814793 inspiring #LDSconf http://facebook.com/223271487682878 message http://lds.org/general-conference/2010/04/preparation-brings-blessings #ShareGoodness

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