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Lots of ideas and inspiration here for music Lessons/Games for the piano studio or music classroom.

Lots of ideas and inspiration here for music Lessons/Games for the piano studio or music classroom.

Rhythm Bowling.  Each pin is worth the duration of the note.  The Treble and Bass Clefs are worth 2 points/pin.  Of course these are my rules. Any teacher can make up his or her own.  This picture shows two full sets so I can run two games at once in my Music Room!

Rhythm Bowling. Each pin is worth the duration of the note. The Treble and Bass Clefs are worth 2 points/pin. Of course these are my rules. Any teacher can make up his or her own. This picture shows two full sets so I can run two games at once in my Music Room!

My 3-5's did this with tennis balls and K-2 with scarves. Whole notes with scarves were a full circle with one arm going overhead, and half notes were passing around the body. Quarter notes we passed the scarf from hand-to-hand in front, and for Eighths we waved the scarf up and down. Great activity!

My 3-5's did this with tennis balls and K-2 with scarves. Whole notes with scarves were a full circle with one arm going overhead, and half notes were passing around the body. Quarter notes we passed the scarf from hand-to-hand in front, and for Eighths we waved the scarf up and down. Great activity!

LOVE using books in the elementary music classroom! Includes a list and their  connected concepts.

LOVE using books in the elementary music classroom! Includes a list and their connected concepts.

A blog post about where to get music fonts and how to use them -- so you create your own music worksheets!

A blog post about where to get music fonts and how to use them -- so you create your own music worksheets!

FREE download! A useful one page listening response resource for young students.  Students are to select the word or words from the box, that best describe how listening to a piece of music made them feel.

FREE download! A useful one page listening response resource for young students. Students are to select the word or words from the box, that best describe how listening to a piece of music made them feel.

Good for solfege assessment, or melodic contour. Full class or individual assessment. 2/3rd grade

Good for solfege assessment, or melodic contour. Full class or individual assessment. 2/3rd grade

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