Whether you are teaching 💻 virtually or ☣️➡️👩🏽🏫 in-person with social distancing guidelines, I've got you covered with my Music Distance Learning Lessons for First Grade. Not only will these Music Distance Learning Lessons minimize the stress and added work of adjusting your lesson plans for distance learning with your own teaching, but they are perfect for using as sub plans too!
This set of Music Distance Learning Lessons has five engaging lessons, with adaptations for no singing and social distancing, which can be used for in person learning, virtual learning, or sub plans!
Music Distance Learning Lessons for First Grade include:
🎵 Visual Agendas & “I can” statements
🎵 Fully developed lesson plans
🎵 NCAS Standards
🎵 Suggested Learning Materials
🎵 Interactive videos and activities
🎵 Activities to learn music through movement
🎵 Activities to practice steady beat, high/low, rhythm, and four voices
🎵 Editable Lesson Plans
🎵 Slides for customization: new song, new chant, let's sing, let's speak, let's dance, let's move, follow me, website, rhythm reading, and melodic reading
🎵 Two sets of any grade slides, in five different colors
🎵 Directions & suggestions for use in the classroom
**This set could be adapted for kindergarten or second grade, depending on your students' prior knowledge.
👀 Check out what people are saying 💬 about this resource:
❣️”Absolutely love this! It's my first time teaching Grade 1, first time teaching music and I'm completely virtual. I love the ideas in these slides and that they are editable. I have been able to reuse lessons, add in other videos and my kids are having so much fun! Thank you! ”
❣️”These have been great for review for my second graders and new material for my first graders. They are enjoying them, and I love getting little messages where my students tell me that they had fun with them!”
❣️”This is helpful not knowing if I will be remote at any time. This helped me organize everything so I am ready for all situations!”
Visit my 💻 blog 💻 https://www.mrsmiraclesmusicroom.com/blog to find tips and tricks for implementing technology, centers, and long range planning in your classroom!
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