Musical Cure for the Common Core Store
For instance, your kids can be creative with movement and still learn the parts of a sentence! The Subjects/Predicate Creation Game allows your students to put together wacky sentences that really don't make sense, but THEN....they have to act the sentences out, develop creative movement, ostinati, or other musical methods in order for the rest of the students to guess what the sentence is. Add a variety of music to the background for even more weird fun!
Something that is doing very well in my store is the Weevily Wheat Musical Multiplication Plan. Use the folk song Weevily Wheat in an Orff setting to help your students learn their basic multiplication facts.
I've definitely got my wish list ready and have joined in a linky party, courtesy of Amy Abbott.
Here are some products I've added to my wish list:
Tracy King has some new vocal exploration charts up at her store. Students picture the images and vocalize based on their perception of what they see. What fun!
In Amy Abbott's store, a wonderful kit of games and worksheets to learn the lines and spaces awaits you. The kit includes Power Points, matching cards,pre and post tests, and more!
Isn't this clip art adorable?
This is from Scrappin' Doodles. These images would make for a great Music in Our Schools Month bulletin board, band promotional flyer, instrument informational sheet.....the opportunities are endless.
Please feel free to add your wish list to the comments below. If you are a blogger, feel free to request a link! Just blog about your wish list and contact me by Friday. We can have a nice chain going and let our music teacher friends know what is out there to help them in their teachings.
Stay warm. That old groundhog is apparently not finished with us yet, at least in the Midwest....Think robins and spring :-)