If you’re a homeschool mom, an elementary music teacher, classroom teacher, or private lesson teacher, this post is for you! You can get seven of my most popular elementary music printables for less than $20 with the Elementary Music Fun Bundle of Activities!
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The amazing Elementary Music Fun BUNDLE is worth $19.
It contains seven of my most popular printable packs, 144 pages worth!
- Body Percussion Musical Activities
- Flash Cards of Music Notes, Symbols, & Terms
- Music Alphabet Handwriting Practice Sheets
- Musical Color By Code
- Notes of the Treble & Bass Clefs Manipulatives
- Percussion Musical Instrument Printable Pack
- The Star-Spangled Banner Printable Pack
Details about Each Product in the Elementary Music Fun Bundle:
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Body Percussion Musical Activities contains 22 pages of activities to help your elementary students learn rhythm through body percussion. They will clap hands, snap fingers, pat knees, and stomp feet while “reading” included body percussion compositions using quarter notes, 2 eighth notes, and quarter rests.
Students can also use the flashcards to practice composing or writing and then playing their own body percussion compositions.
The last two pages are for the youngest children to write “clap hands,” “snap fingers,” “pat knees,” and “stomp foot,” as well as color a coloring page to learn about body percussion.
Use these simple, but effective, flash cards to help your students recognize the most common music notes, symbols, and terms. There are 13 pages with four flash cards each. Simply cut on the black line and laminate to make them last longer! 52 different notes, rests, symbols, and terms!
Included Flash Cards:
- Treble clef, Bass clef
- Flat, Sharp, Natural
- Notes: sixteenth, eighth, dotted eighth, 2 eighths, quarter, dotted quarter, half, dotted half, whole, sixteenth and dotted eighth, dotted eighth and sixteenth, 2 sixteenths, 4 sixteenths, 2 sixteenths and eighth, eighth and 2 sixteenths, triplet quarter notes
- Rests: sixteenth, eighth, dotted eighth, half, quarter, whole
- Terms: rit., decresc., cresc., a tempo, accel.
- Barline, staff, repeat signs, double barline
- Crescendo – decrescendo markings
- Dynamics: ppp, pp, p, mp, fff, ff, f, mf
- Time signatures: Common time, Cut time, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 6/8
Perfect for all ages and all kinds of music classrooms, homeschool, and private studios. Use the flash cards for individual study, group games, or full class drills and review!
Handwriting practice sheets: 26 printing and 26 cursive. Each page is a letter of the alphabet and a musical instrument or term to write such as accordion, banjo, clarinet, drum, jazz, or yodel. The cute graphic on each page makes it even more fun for kids to practice their handwriting and learn music education at the same time!
Musical Color By Code is a fun way for your elementary students to learn to recognize musical symbols and notes. Six pages are included for kids to color musical items/instruments such as a xylophone, microphone with radio, piano keyboard, drum, maracas, and treble clef.
What symbols or notes will students use as the color codes?
- treble clef
- bass clef
- 2 eighth notes
- sixteenth note
- quarter note
- whole note
- quarter rest
This printable pack contains resources to help kids learn the note names of the lines and spaces of the treble clef and bass clef. Kids use the staff to put the notes on. Treble clef staff and bass clef staff are included, as well as a blank staff that can be taped to the others to make a longer staff.
Cut out the notes (ovals) to practice note names on the staff. The notes come in 3 types: black, colored, and black with note name included.
Also find staffs with the treble and bass clef note names for lines and spaces, as well as a list of words that can be used to spell words using only music note names (such as “baggage” and “deed”).
This printable manipulative pack is perfect for beginning music theory, piano students, and music students of all ages.
Your elementary-aged students will learn what makes a percussion instrument a percussion instrument! Use the pages to circle the percussion musical instruments, write their names, and color them. A supply list is also included so you can make your own homemade musical instruments.
Coloring pages included:
- Australian clapsticks
- Egg shakers
- African shekere
- Bass drum
- Timpani drum
- Snare drum
- Wood block
- Drum set
Use this printable pack when teaching America’s National Anthem to your students. Find copywork in three styles (regular, dotted, and cursive) of the lyrics of the first verse, two coloring pages, and a fill-in-the-blank sheet.