Every month, I share one of my favorite teaching tools and books. In January, it was Paul Sheftel’s Modules – an award-winning book with clever and fun pieces that bring music theory to life.
This month, I combined 3 of my favorites into 1 package for you. My students have so much fun learning rhythm visually and kinesthetically AND they love the opportunity to be a conductor. Are you ready for my 3-in-1?
- Visual Rhythm Pocket Chart
- Conductor Baton
- Air-tapping Rhythm
Click and watch this 1-minute video. In only 1-minute, you will see how I use these tools for students to learn the song “Mary Had a Little Lamb.” It’s perfect for group, too. Some students can play the song on piano, some singing, some chanting while some do air-tapping.