Play along with Hot Cross Buns, Mary's Lamb and my original tune, "Fingerprints Fly (instrumental track)! These videos are set to a metronome with captions of the notes at a slow tempo for beginning students.
Help I Teach Recorder! Here are my three best selling technique videos bundled together in a zip folder for easy access for Unit One in my recorder series, "Recorder Finger Puppet Show." Unit One focuses on teaching the first three notes when learning the recorder: B, A and G.
A 7-week unit plan for having your 4th and/or 5th grade students create Recorder compositions! This has worked so well at my school :)This Unit Plan includes:-Week-by-week lesson summaries-Staff paper page for students to compose on-Directions about how to input compositions onto the free software, MuseScore.-Rubric ideas-Extra ideas (ie: create a booklet of all the students' compositions for them to take home!)
The karate belt method can be used for any classroom instrument unit to motivate students to practice! If you use recorders in your classroom and want to encourage your students to get to their next belt color, these certificates are a great way to do it!INCLUDED:*Certificate for each karate belt color*Two styles*Full color & printer-friendly options for each style*Editable PPT*PDF file for easy printing
RECORDER SHEET MUSIC: House of the Rising Sun w/ Fingering Chart[Recorder, Flute, Violin or Oboe] "The House of the Rising Sun" is a traditional folk song from the United States.Sheet Music Features:* Big notes with names on heads* Embedded Audio Files - click and play!* QR Code - for later listening* Practicing Chart* Read & Learn: History of the Recorder* Read & Learn: Ten TIPS for BETTER PRACTICING* Read & Learn: Stage Fright A Detailed Definition And How To Deal With It* Bla...
Great idea for emergency sub plan - make up file folder articles for kids to read - partner up, read for 10 minutes, share a few facts with partner, then switch folders...would take quite a bit of prep time, but probably worth it!
This folder game will help students become familiar with or review recorder fingerings. As students work in groups to play this game, students will match note names with recorder fingerings. Use this game as a kinesthetic flash card game, or when laminated, a dry erase worksheet.