Doing centers in the elementary music room has a ton of benefits, but one of the main benefits is that it supports differentiation. Differentiation in centers is so easy because the students are already split up into groups– so giving them assignments on their levels is much easier. If you’re ready to get started with… Continue reading Your Simple Guide to Differentiation in Centers (for music!)
Super Simple Differentiation through Music Centers
Super Simple Differentiation through Music Centers. Looking for a way to help students who are struggling with rhythm? Or push students who are ahead of the rest? This differentiation guides helps you find easy ways to makes your elementary music lessons more or less complex to accommodate a variety of learners! Becca's Music Room
But how do I actually differentiate in the music room?
If you have been to any meeting, any class, or had a discussion with any teacher in the last five years, then you would know that the hot topic is differentiation. I hear it all of the the time. And last year I thought, there is no way that I can differentiate in the music… Continue reading But how do I actually differentiate in the music room?
Elementary Music Lesson: Treble Clef Dice
Are you looking for a new way to practice the treble clef? I was too. I am always looking for new ways to practice, preferably with little to no set up. This treble clef dice activity checked all of those boxes, and the students loved it. If you have been reading my blog, then you… Continue reading Elementary Music Lesson: Treble Clef Dice
Setting up Centers: The First Day
Hey everyone! As the school year just started (or is about to start), every teacher in the world is working on rules, routines, and procedures. For a lot of that, rules, routines, and procedures include centers. But what do you actually do on your first day of centers? Let’s talk. I came up with this… Continue reading Setting up Centers: The First Day
Easy-Peasy Differentiation in the Music Room
Differentiation. Woo that is a scary word… especially if you teach elementary music. We tend to sit through lectures and professional developments about differentiation and shudder in despair. I can’t do that, we think. This doesn’t apply to me. Well…. Yes and no. Now, some lessons really don’t lend themselves to differentiation. Some do. And… Continue reading Easy-Peasy Differentiation in the Music Room