Do you need 🆘 Emergency Music Sub Plans for a non-music sub? These 🆘 Emergency Music Sub Plans for first grade makes it quick and easy to plan for an absence. Not only will these 🆘 Emergency Music Sub plans for first grade make the decision to put your own or your family's health first and take the time you need off, but they ensure that your students are still getting lots of engagement and musical learning even when you're not there!
These 🆘 Emergency Music Sub Plans for first grade require very little prep or materials and it ensures student engagement by letting them be the “directors” of their music activities. With over 60 minutes of music activities, these plans can be used more than once!
The 🆘 Emergency Music Sub Plans Bundle for First Grade includes:
🎵 A Google Slides™ file with eight hyperlinked choices for students to choose, including:
🎵 A video teaching students a new song (“Bobby Shaftoe”)
🎵 A video reviewing lullaby
🎵 A book to practice rhythm
🎵 A freeze dance video (different than the one in my Kindergarten sub plan set)
🎵 Two games to create music
🎵 A song or chant of students' choice
🎵 A game to identify patterns with ta and ti-ti, or quarter and eighth notes
🎵 A lesson plan with directions, materials, and objectives (can be edited and printed, or edited and shared with Google Drive)
🎵 A checklist, which substitute teachers can use to check off which activities students completed
🎵 Directions for the teacher
**PLEASE NOTE 🎶: In order for substitute teachers to use this, they will need to be fairly comfortable with technology, as they will have to be able to access the file in Google Slides (either through you sharing it with them, or typing the included link.)
👀 Check out what people are saying 💬 about this resource:
❣️”Perfect for emergency days, but also for pulling one of these activities out if you have just a few minutes left over at the end of class, or have a class you see more than others because of snow days!”
❣️”It's always so difficult to make music sub plans because a lot of subs don't want to sing or they're not comfortable “reading” music. This was such a good investment!! Thanks :)”
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