This exciting collection of mallet percussion activities by master teacher Artie Almeida will energize your classroom. Mallet Madness utilizes songs, poems, music-to-literature
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Over the years thousands of students have been taught to sing in tune by using Loretta Mitchell's best-selling book, One, Two, Three Echo Me. By popular demand, teachers can now bring
This is a collection of creative arrangements of favorite Christmas carols for voices and Orff instruments. Songs include: Jingle Bells; What Child Is This?; Away in the Manger;
This activity is designed as a fun way to explore the barred instruments and an introduction to composing. The lessons will take your classes through a unique journey to an amusement park as students
This fun group activity is an Orff arrangement and rhythm composition for first or second grade to review quarter note, two eighth notes, and quarter rests using fun playground two-beat rhythms. First
This fun group activity is an Orff arrangement and rhythm composition for first or second grade to review quarter notes, two eighth notes, and quarter rests using adorable teddy bear two-beat rhythms. First
These posters are an educational way to brighten up your Orff instrumentarium! All posters can be printed in vibrant colors or simple black and white. Includes:
This file contains Pitch Hill solfege method paper doll puppet manipulatives. Use as note identifiers or as a manipulative to have students practice singing. This makes a great early finisher
This is a collection of FlipChart presentations - which require Promethean ActiveInspire - to walk teachers through teaching each character of the Pitch Hill solfege method series. Each
This set includes all the printable materials you will need to create a Pitch Hill solfege method bulletin board. In addition, there are additional resources to use on the bulletin board or around
In Pitch Hill, each solfege note is a character with his or her own story. For example, Do is a boxer and loves to box. He wears special head gear and boxing gloves to protect him so when we sing the note
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