Film Friday - Singing Voice through Enchanted! - Make Moments Matter
Singing voice with Enchanted - One of my favorite videos to show K & 1st to get them thinking about their different voices: singing, speaking, shouting, and whisper.
Vocal Warm-Up Exercises for Bridging Head to Chest Voice
Vocal warm-up exercises for showing students how to sing through the break. These FREE singing warm-ups may be primarily an exercise in awareness at first!
10 Minute Vocal Warm Up for Kids - Free Voice Lessons with Cherish Tuttle
10 Minute Vocal Warm Up for Kids - Free Voice Lessons with Cherish Tuttle - YouTube
How to Teach Solfege in Children's Choir | Ashley Danyew
If you're like me, you first learned solfege from Julie Andrews in The Sound of Music . This film classic is still beloved today - it's a favorite among my elementary piano students! So, why the funny syllables? What exactly is solfege and how do you use it? First, a little history. History Sol
How to Teach Children to Sing
How to Teach Children to Sing. Singing is an invaluable skill that many children love to learn. If you start teaching kids to sing young, this can foster a lifelong love of music. Start with basic notes and keys and then teach children a...
Music Performance Rubrics FULL SET
4 Point Scale Visual Rubrics are Included for 10 Music Performance Based Activities: Singing Voice Performance (Included in the free set on my page) Rhythm Performance (Included in the free set on my page) Mallet Performance (Included in the free set on my page) Recorder Performance (Included in the...
Five effective tongue twisters for singers - Singer's Secret - Nicola Milan
Five super effective tongue twisters for singers. Use these to warm up your mouth, tongue and lips before singing.
Easy Peasy Intervals
Easy Peasy intervals is a fun worksheet for students identify intervals of 2nds, 3rds, 4ths, and 5th that move up or down on the staff in groups of three.
Vocal-Ease Warm-Ups for Young Voices
Vocalize with Ease Students vocally and physically trace each arrow in numerical order to vocalize on the vowel sounds following the arrow's direction (up, down and repeating straight across.) End the exercise when your finger arrives at the point of the arrow. You can vary the exercise by tracin...