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Music lessons for kids

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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

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

Free 3-5 Music Lesson: Extra Beat Take a Seat. A really fun rhythm game for upper elementary. Can be played with rhythm sticks, drums, or no materials at all! Becca's Music Room

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.

How to read music made easy : an introduction and guide to reading music for beginners - perfect for kids but ideal for adult beginners too!

How to read music made easy : an introduction and guide to reading music for beginners - perfect for kids but ideal for adult beginners too!

Free Resources - Free Sheet Music and Theory Printables - great for homeschool music

Free sheet music of traditional nursery rhymes and children's songs and free fun and easy music theory printable worksheets for kids.

fun music STEM activities for kids of all ages #STEMactivities #STEMforkids #STEMchallenges

fun music STEM activities for kids of all ages #STEMactivities #STEMforkids #STEMchallenges

Introducing Do Re Mi - Interval Recognition for Kids. This and the whole blog. Excellent stuff!

Introducing Do Re Mi to kids in a visual, fun way to help them understand the notes of the scale and piano. First musical theory lesson for babies and young kids.

Blew my kid's minds when they realized that the solfege pitches were the same as our instrument letters. :)

So, I absolutely LOVE the anchor charts I’ve been seeing on blogs and on Pinterest. Apparently, anchor charts are supposed to be minimalistic so as not to confuse the children with extra inf…