Sarasponda, via YouTube.  Rhythm sticks

Partner game "Sarasponda" with rhythm sticks. These guys don't change tempo but it would be fun to see the chaos that would ensue if you did .

Elementary Music Resources: Halloween Hangover: Rhythm Candies

Elementary Music Resources: Halloween Hangover: Rhythm Candies - I think this would work for Middle School as well.

Musical Musings: I Have Who Has Rhythm Matching

Musical Musings: I Have Who Has Rhythm Matching - gonna have to make my own version of this game!

Students are given two melodic patterns consisting of Do, Re and Mi. The teacher plays one of the patterns, and students determine which of the two patterns the teacher played. This can be done as a whole class or individually.  It is a Smart Notebook download, so that you can demonstrate using the SmartBoard, but also print it off as a worksheet/test.

Students are given two melodic patterns consisting of Do, Re and Mi. The teacher plays one of the patterns, and students determine which of the two patterns the teacher played. This can be done as a whole class or individually.

Rhythm sticks chant- "Come play the stick game. use your ears. Then repeat just what you hear. Listen,listen all of you. Listen first then do it too!"

Using Songs and Props in Pre-K

Rhythm sticks chant- "Come play the stick game. use your ears. Then repeat just what you hear. Listen,listen all of you. Listen first then do it too!" Lots of great prop ideas

Kalimba lesson and rhythm activity.  Lesson 1 of 2.

Kalimba: Fifth Grade Lesson. Saving this for the "compass direction" (instead of left/right in a circle) during the circle activity.

Obwisana, Dr. Nicola Mason This version uses rhythm sticks instead of passing rocks.

Nicola Mason This version uses rhythm sticks instead of passing rocks. It would be interesting to try with sticks!

Have you ever had to teach with no voice? You know, that situation where you don't feel sick enough to call off and write sub-plans but can'...

No Voice? 10 Game ideas for teaching music with little to no talking

Emily's Kodaly Music: No Voice? Every music teacher's nightmare - laryngitis. 10 Game ideas for teaching music with little to no talking

william tell and the rhythm sticks.dv

William Tell Overture with rhythm sticks (form). Add a listening map to guide the lesson. Change for dif sub stop the music solve math prob on the stick etc

GREAT kindergarten activity for music class! Definitely trying this one! You could use any song and just tell them when to pass and when to play (on the beat). This is a fun way to let them play several instruments in one class.

What a great idea for playing instruments in large classes! Have groups of 4 sit around a hoola hoop! The music comes from "Strike Up the Rhythm Band" by Michael and Jill Gallina.

Elementary Music Resources: Centers: Musical Groceries

Elementary Music Resources: Centers: Musical Groceries - Use the plastic foods I have with paper plates.

Pinterest
Search