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Looking for engaging, musical games to play with your students? Here are a few of my favorite games and activities for elementary music classes, children's choirs, and elementary group classes. #elementarymusic #childrenschoir #musicteaching #musicgames #singinggames
15 musical party games that are fun for kids of all ages. Perfect games for disco and dance parties, or a karaoke night with friends. #musicpartygames #musicparty #partygamesforkids #gamesforkids #kidspartygames
Five fun and action-filled circle games to practice rhythm, pitch, and more with your elementary music students.
Cheryl Barnes saved to music class
Try using rhythm games in your music classroom with these sets of rhythmic notation cards
Olivia Barron saved to Music - Boys & Girls Club
These fun Musical Games with ping pongs are great for music classes, they're fun, cheap and easy to set up and always very popular!
S A M A N T H A saved to E D U C A T I O N
Teaching elementary music with no touch singing games? That is a tall order, but here are 6 fun suggestions for general music classes!
Sarah Carraher saved to Song and Movement
13 clever music games for kids that are not only fun, but foster an appreciation for music at the same time. Perfect for kids of all ages.
Angie Beeler saved to Music Technology for kids
You want to have fun while you are teaching? DEFINITELY! ...looking for ways to connect with students and trying to relate to their ever changing world. #singplaycreate #creativemovement #movement #movementactivities #movementideas #musiced #musiceducation #games #brainbreaks #musicgames
Mr. Mark’s Classroom saved to Music Activities
Who doesn’t love music and what all it represents? And as you all already know it is said that having a musical education can help your brain to develop stronger in other educational areas as…
Christine Bookman saved to Piano Studio
Extra Beat, Take a Seat is a really fun game to play with upper elementary students to help them count beats. This can be played with no materials or rhythm sticks.
Liza Varon saved to Teaching