A great source for note reading is musicracer.com
If your instrument is out of tune, please watch Mrs. Hormiere's video on how to tune in flipgrid BEFORE you check out this powerpoint.
Here's are some "Quarantine Bingo" activities for you to complete to keep your love for music going :)
- https://www.classicsforkids.com/games.html Games involving note reading and musical terms, explore timelines, and rhythms
- https://kidsmusiccorner.co.uk/composers/classical/ Info and timelines about composers
- http://musicracer.com/ Note reading and fingerings based on instrument (orchestra and band)
- http://www.rhythmrandomizer.com/ This website creates random rhythms. The students could practice counting and clapping these rhythms, as well as playing them on their instruments.
- Chrome Music Lab, https://musiclab.chromeexperiments.com/Experiments Chrome Music Lab is a website that makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments that connect music to science, math, and visual art. Chrome Music Lab contains multiple free apps that work on any device.
Practicing note reading DOES count as practice!