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.
A great source for note reading is musicracer.com
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.
- https://www.aaastateofplay.com/the-wide-world-of-music-a-guide-to-100-musical-instruments-interactive/ A fun interactive music guide where you can listen to how the instruments sound.
Practicing note reading DOES count as practice!