Thanks to Jessica Weible for the chalkboard frame, Dancing Crayon Designs for the music note clip art, and Kimberly Geswein and Hello Literacy for the fonts. If you are a teacher blogger, feel free to join the party! Directions are at the end of the post. Also make sure to follow me on Pinterest by clicking on the Pinterest icon in the right panel on my blog (the section that says "Button up.") Here is my list for this month; just click each picture to view that pin.
#1: Plastic plates as dry erase boards
If you want to do work (like rhythmic dictation) but can't afford dry erase boards, this would be a great alternative!
#2: Dynamics behavior chart
What a great way to teach dynamics AND monitor behavior!
#3: Fancy words bulletin board
This bulletin board was created by a classroom teacher, but I think it could totally work in a music classroom, using words such as "ostinato" and "dynamics." So cute!
#4: "Before you tell the teacher" freebie
Here is a free poster for your classroom...such a clever way to address tattling!
#5: YouTube channel of singing games
An entire channel of singing games? Sign me up!
What are your five favorite pins of the month? If you'd like to share, here are the directions:
- Save the "Five Favorite Pins of November" graphic to your computer, and include it in your blog with a link to this blog entry.
- Blog about your five favorite pins. Include pictures with links when possible.
- Submit your information by clicking on the button below.
I'll leave the party open until November 30. Have a GREAT Thanksgiving!