Today I am posting a certificate for the 2018 One Minute Club. If you are not familiar with the One Minute Club, the idea is to show students flash cards and they “say and play” the notes on the grand staff in one minute or less. I’ve posted about it every year since I started my website, but I have cards that actually go back twenty years!
To make it easier for you, I’m posting the links where you can see the 2018 cards and a matching chart that you can edit. At the bottom of the page are directions on how to type over my heading in the chart and make your own.
Here is a simple Halloween card you can give to your students next week. All you have to do is print it on card stock and cut out. Then, using a ruler as a guide, cut the 2 light-colored lines on the cards with a craft knife. These slits will be where you will insert a pencil. I found these easy to cut out because there are no little tiny bits to cut around!
I’ve found I can buy very inexpensive holiday pencils at nearby dollar stores. The ones I’m using are 12 pencils for a dollar.
Alternately, you can insert a lollipop or a glow stick which can also be found in packs at dollar stores. You can also tape on a piece of candy.
If you or your students prefer Autumn related activities, below is a link to some fall-themed bookmarks I posted previously. If you’ve been following my blog for a long time, you will recognize them. In the past, I have written a short message and taped some candy on the back. There are four bookmarks on the page and with all straight lines, they are easy to cut out with a paper-cutter.
Well, at least I tried to make it fun! The one with the words in the center is an activity my students love for me to make. There are lots of words of summer activities mixed up with theory vocabulary, and students circle all the music words. If you have time, on the back they can group the words into categories, like dynamics or rhythm. You might want a music dictionary handy.
I made black and white as well as color versions. As a reminder, if you only use this with one student at a time, teachers often put it in a sheet protector to use with wet or dry erase markers. That makes it easy to store in a binder. Other teachers like the B&W versions because students like to color them and they cost much less to print.
I made these as a summer activity and since we have a few more weeks of summer, I hope you can use them! I also think you can use them as a back to lessons/school activity.
They are all free downloads and match the series of Summer Treats Activities that I’ve made so much material for over the years.
If you are looking for a game with vocabulary words, check out Music Memory Level 5B as well as all the levels on the worksheet page. Students really like memory matching games.