Teaching treble clef note names can be among the favorite lessons for teachers and students. Check out the FREE lessons, tips, and ideas in this post.
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Teaching high-low can be a fun concept for young children and teachers. Music assessment should be integrated naturally into music class activities.
Making an ocean drum is a simple and fun project for the elementary music classroom. They create a perfect accompaniment for any song about the sea.
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Learning to read rhythm patterns in the elementary music classroom will be fun for teachers and students with these 10 ideas & techniques. Click to read.
Learn about musical instruments with a virtual field trip to the symphony. Enjoy these videos of varying styles & genres as your students listen & learn.
These treble clef note name games make learning fun and provide a challenge for students to improve their skills. Give these sequential FREE sets a try.