Music Notes & Symbols Dot Marker Activities are an innovative and entertaining way to learn about music symbols through interactive music centers. With these activities, students can use a variety of materials such as dot markers, pom-poms, play dough, dots, and cotton to decorate music symbols, improving their fine motor skills and enhancing their recognition of musical notation symbols. This product is an excellent resource for elementary music students, educators, and teachers seeking to make music lessons fun and engaging.
46 .pdf pages:
~ whole note, dotted half note, half note, dotted quarter note, quarter note, eighth note, two barred eighth notes, sixteenth note, four barred sixteenth notes, eighth note triplet,
~ whole rest, quarter rest, half rest, eight rest, and sixteenth rest,
~ staff, treble clef, bass clef, alto clef, brace, bar line, double bar line, repeat sign, time signature (2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 6/8) sharp, flat, natural, tie, slur, staccato, accent, fermata,
~ fortissimo, forte, mezzo forte, pianissimo (very soft), pianissimo (very quiet), piano (soft), piano (quiet), mezzo piano (medium soft), mezzo piano (medium quiet), crescendo, decrescendo.
Our musical rug is very colorful and contains music symbols. Our kindergarten students are learning how to identify their assigned ( seat) symbol. Each child uses various materials to fill in the circles.( dots, cotton, crayons, markers etc) They are really enjoying this project. Thanks for creating awesome materials.