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Elementary Music Planning Guide (2015 TEKS Edition)

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Written to be your constant companion when planning effective instruction, this guide will serve teachers from any tradition. Discreet learning standards have been pulled from the TEKS, and presented in both grade level and skill ladder format. Each standard includes a kid-tested " can statements", and the TEKS are rigorously referenced throughout. In addition, you'll find a handy 1-page overview, a complete vocabulary and symbol list, a K-5 Prepare-Present-Practice literacy plan, and a rubric for grading performances. New and veteran teachers alike will find themselves flipping through the pages of this guide for years to come. Complete your classroom presentation of the 2015 TEKS with Elementary Music Vocabulary Cards, Elementary Music Symbol Cards, and a Music Performance Rubric Poster. Created by Patrick Lollis.


  • - All 2015 TEKS are represented
  • - Flexible format accommodates Orff
  • - Kodaly
  • - And Feierabend
  • - Printed on durable
  • - Spiral-bound 100# cover stock
  • - Color coded by grade level
  • - "I can" statements for each standard
  • - Vertically aligned skill ladders for differentiation
  • - Prepare-Present-Practice Literacy Plan with folk song suggestions
  • - Complete music vocabulary chart
  • - Music Performance Rubric
  • - Helps teachers to focus on the content they are teaching
  • - And not TEKS
  • - Reviewed and purchased by several leading elementary teachers and administrators throughout Texas

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Playing music reduces stress and has been shown to reverse the body's response to stress at the DNA-level

- Dr. Barry Bittman