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Sort these percussion instruments into the correct family: woods, shakers/scrapers, drums, metals, or sound effects.
Match each recorder fingering to its matching note on the staff. Name the pitch.
For each percussion instrument, find and pin the correct clothespin to the picture.
Match the solfege letters on each key to the lock with the matching notes on the staff.
Match each music symbol or word to the correct definition.
Sort the pictures into loud and soft sounds.
Downloads and Ideas for Learning Centers in the Music Classroom
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The design of your music classroom directly affects the overall flow and efficiency of your lessons. Your classroom should do a lot of the work for you. When materials all have a home with clear labels, you and your students can access instruments and teaching materials easily while keeping the space neat and clean.
These curriculum maps are specifically designed for our music students at PS 51. They have been carefully crafted over the past several years. They are aligned with our integrated study units in science, social studies, or ELA that our classroom teachers have designed and scheduled when appropriate. They also incorporate our partnership curriculum (NYCB, Carnegie…