These massive interactive music notebooks are by far the most carefully designed, engaging, and professionally made in the market! Each activity whether it be the music content, or cutting and pasting is perfectly designed for this particular grade level by design. As I created this product, it is the one product I can say I paid the closest attention to detail to, because in order for interactive music notebooks to work effectively it has to be done. I am 100% confident this product will blow you and your students away, and I’m so happy and excited for you to give it a shot! Table of Contents are listed on each particular grade level in my TPT store, but a broad summary is below. Grade levels available for purchase are Grades K-5. You can buy them separately or all together for a discount price 🙂
Instructions for how this interactive notebook comes together is as simple as 123! Simple steps for each activity is laid out in an instructions page, along with a materials page which lists everything you will need, and a setting up page. All instructions are thoroughly gone over for you to be sure you’re ready to roll out this awesome unit.
Covers/Table of Contents
Several covers are available due to the fact that music teachers are always in very different scenarios. All concepts below are the concepts developed in the K-5 Interactive music notebooks. Not all concepts below are in each interactive notebook, as all concepts are built upon one another in sequential order by grade level.
Rhythm Studies: 4/4, 3/4, 2/4 & 6/8 Time Signature & Rhythm Composition using the following rhythms: Quarter, Half, Whole, Eighth, Dotted Quarter, Dotted Half & Dotted Whole Notes, Quarter, Half, Whole, Eighth, Dotted Quarter, Dotted Half & Dotted Whole Rests
Rhythm Math: Adding Rhythm Values in math equations with the following rhythms: Quarter, Half, Whole, Eighth, Dotted Quarter, Dotted Half, Dotted Whole Notes Quarter, Half, Whole, Eighth, Dotted Quarter, Dotted Half & Dotted Whole Rests
Tempo: Grave, Largo, Moderato, Presto, Prestissimo,
Dynamics: Crescendo, Decrescendo, Pianissimo, Piano, Mezzo Piano, Mezzo Forte, Forte, Fortissimo
Listening Logs: Five Listening Logs prompt students to check the boxes that apply to: Song Title, Song Artist, Song Mood, Song Tempo, Song Dynamics, Song Genre, Student Rating (1-5 Stars), Instruments Heard, Brief description of what this song made students think of.
Pitch: Treble Clef Notation, Identifying notes on the Lines, Identifying notes in the Spaces, Identifying all notes on the treble clef
Solfege: Reading Solfege Activities, Do, Re, Mi, Fa, So, La, Ti & Do, Multiple singing activities executing melodies from Do to Do
Song Form: Ternary, Binary, Rondo
Instruments: String Family – Violin, Viola, Cello, Contrabass, Guitar, Ukulele, Brass Family – Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, French Horn, Sousaphone, Woodwind Family – Clarinet, Flute, Oboe, Saxophone, Bassoon, Percussion Family – Snare Drum, Bass Drum, Cymbals, Timpani, Piano
Composers: Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Mozart Beethoven, Chopin, Haydn, Rossini, Duke Ellington, Scott Joplin, Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Aaron Copland & John Williams