In music class, use the blocks to sing and play counting songs and games, learn musical concepts, or create melodies.
We believe that manipulatives are the best tools to learn new concepts and increase retention, so we love the combination of wood and silicone and cube and spinners for both math and music.
Cross Curricular Music Fun for the Classroom by John Jacobson & Roger Emerson.
24 reproducible pages of A-Rhythm-E-Tic by Cheryl Brown;
Do MUSIC MATH and A-Rhythm-a-tic problems with our fun silicone manipulatives. Share them with your math teacher, too!
Demo music priniciples, use it as a performance prop. Very intriguing.
24 two-sided hands, red reverses to blue.
Emmy-award-winning series with all 46 original animated songs, a new, never-released song, and special features plus 10 favorites in the songbook.
Discover metric values and relationships of music, math, geometry, geography, and time—all in one clever tool!
Valeaira Luppens & Greg Foreman. Units to foster "understanding relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts," Nat'l Standard #8.
300 Games & Activities for Ages 4-8 by Rae Pica.
by Kerri Lynn Nichols. Integrate “music moments” in language arts, math, science, social studies, visual arts, and wellness.
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Music Games Disguising Core Curriculum by Nicola LeGrand.
Adventures with the Elements of Music and Movement by James Harding, illus. by Eli Noyes.
Abigail Connors. Over 100 play-based musical explorations with cross-curricular connections for music and non-music teachers.
Clever counting rhyme introduces instruments and musical terms plus use MGR Ensemble dots to make these terms “stick”!
Marianne Berkes, illus. by Cathy Morrison
by Jennifer Ward. Sing along counting song with ocean creatures.