This looks like an AWESOME melody reading activity to start class with!
2. Stand, Kneel, Sit - A Body Levels Sight Reading Activity for So-Mi-Do by I heart teaching music:
If you know me in real life, you know that I am always moving, moving, moving! And, by moving, I mean hyper. I am not ashamed! I love using gross motor movement with my kiddos and it's a great way to solidify their understanding of pitch relationships.
3. Peter and the Wolf Rhythm Reading Activity by Musical Gems:
Who doesn't love Peter and the Wolf? I sure do! I do daily rhythm and melody work in my lessons, so when I can find something that ties into the theme of what I'm teaching, that's a huge plus. What I like about this is the connection between each character and their instrument. In this pack, each character from Peter and the Wolf is given a different unpitched percussion instrument for the rhythm reading activity. Looks so cool!
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