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Learning classroom rules as elementary music rhythm activities makes a boring task FUN. And, you are teaching music skills on the first days of school.
Why should teaching music classroom rules and procedures be BORING? Teachers and students shouldn’t dread this vital step to establish a positive classroom climate and set the stage for a productive school year. Shake up your routine with these Free Rhythm Rules Posters.
Print Posters and display them in Your Classroom
Mount the posters on colored paper to match your classroom decor if desired. Then display them in a prominent location where they will be visible to all students.
Teaching Classroom Rules Can Be ONe of Your Favorite Activities
Believe it or not, teaching music rules is one of my FAVORITE classroom activities. I even enjoy using instruments with Kindergarten kiddos on the second day of class? The look of DELIGHT on their faces lets me know these kids are hooked. And the silly stumbles we have along the way are even fun for me.
4 Ways to Use Classroom Rules as Elementary Music Rhythm Activities
- Teach rules using body percussion.
- Practice rules with unpitched classroom rhythm instruments.
- Add Boomwhackers.
- Create rotation stations where students rotate between activities.
A Few Other Teachers Using Rhythm Rules elementary music rhythm activities
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Lauri J. – These rules are a FUN, FUNCTIONAL, and FANTASTIC way to add music decor that is also engaging and purposeful! Thank you for the wonderful product!
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Lindsay J. – The music rules posters are perfect for my classroom. Thank you!
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Andrea H. – I really like this resource a lot, and I am looking at your other resources because of how organized this was!! I also like that I am able to change around the rhythms so that I can match the PBIS rules for my building. It was a little tricky to do this, but I am getting the hang of it, and your resource is very editable and customizable. The students are engaged and I look really organized in the process!! 🙂
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Thank you for the work you put into this so! The Kafooty is silly and the kids like this as well! I really like the incorporation of instruments. There are so many ways to use this and you’ve added so much in there from a fun and easy-to-understand rubric, as well as how to differentiate and pace out the lesson for all grade levels. I like your videos as well!!
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P.S. Have You Seen Our Blog Post All About Teaching Elementary Music Rhythm Rules?
If you haven’t seen it yet, take a peek at our How to Teach Music Classroom Rules Using Fun Rhythm Activities blog post. It has detailed directions for 4 days of elementary music rhythm activities