Since I have recently updated my Free Stuff page, today I am sharing a round-up of all of the free resources I have available for the fall/Halloween season.
Looking for some spooky music? Or maybe a Halloween composing project to do this month? Read on for several free resources you can use with your students in the month ahead!
Using the resources on the free "Classics for Kids" website, your students will answer questions about Beethoven and listen to an excerpt from his famous (and spooky!) Fifth Symphony.
This activity packet also includes an elementary arrangement of the "Theme from the Fifth Symphony" and a corresponding theory page.
3 fun guided composition activities for elementary to intermediate students!
These spooky rhythm cards are a fun way to help students practice counting eighth note and sixteenth note patterns.
Use these as flashcards, with students drawing a series of cards to clap correctly. Or use these as an ear training activity by clapping a rhythm and having students choose the correct cards from the deck to match the rhythm they hear.
Spooky pieces for primer and elementary students!