These adorable pennants/banners will spice up your Carnival of the Animals unit. Simply print on sturdy card-stock or tag-board, laminate, and create a bulletin board or a creative banner/pennant. Better yet, let your students brainstorm ideas of how to use this fantastic resource.
The group of lessons in great for 1st Grade and beyond. Little chunks of lessons can be inserted into daily lessons over the course of a few weeks. Uses the Carnival of the Animals piece and some other music from outside of the Carnival family.This unit includes lesson ideas for:LionAquariumKangarooTortoiseComposingLoud & QuietVarious lessons include movement, listening maps, identification and composing.
Students will love bringing the story of the classic tale "Carnival of the Animals" to life with these delightful story telling headbands. These hands-on headbands allow students the opportunity to create their own edition/variation of the story through dramatic play as well as decipher their own interpretation of the specific animal being focused on, etc.
Color by note coloring pages featuring Carnival of the Animals! Notes include quarter, half, and quarter rest. Great for sub plans, fun classwork/homework, or featuring student work on a bulletin board!Includes one animal/object for each movement:I. Lion: Introduction et marche royale du Lion (Introduction and Royal March of the Lion)II.
Carnival of the Animals - Poster Visual LARGE POSTER LEDGER (11X17) SIZE
Are you looking for a new bright & colorful, large poster/visual to correspond with your CARNIVAL OF THE ANIMALS unit/program? This adorable LARGE visual aid/poster is just what you need!! This poster was made in Word and converted to PDF on LEDGER size paper 11 x 17.
These adorable pennants/banners will spice up your Nursery Rhyme's unit for your young elementary students. This set can be used in both the regular classroom as well as any special area classroom such as music, art, SPED, reading recovery, etc. Simply print on sturdy card-stock or tag-board, laminate, and create a bulletin board or a creative banner/pennant.
Dino, Dino, What Do You Hear? Level 2: Ta, Ti-Ti, Z, Ta-a Game (PPT Ed.)
This adorable listening identification game quizzes students' knowledge on their understanding of various rhythm patterns that include rhythms ta (quarter note), ti-ti (paired eighths), ta-a (half note) and Z or ta rest (quarter rest). Students will hear a rhythm pattern being played and the student(s) have to identify the correct pattern in order to move on to the next one.
This Carnival of the Animals assessment pack includes three different types of assessments to use during and after teaching Carnival. Each assessment has several variations of the assessment, to allow you to assess the animals in the song that you are specifically working with at the time. 1.