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2019-2020 Fall General Music Catalog

J.W. Pepper Music Catalog

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FAX: 1-800-260-1482 / Internet: jwpepper.com / E-mail: satisfaction@jwpepper.com M MUSICALS Go to cart 6 D DIGITAL DOWNLOADS Digital resources for your classroom ready for immediate download! Autumn Mystery Music Grids - Bundle—Sara Bibee. Mystery Grids are coloring activities that are perfect for short assessments, early finishers, centers, and sub tubs! Students look at the key at the bottom of the page and color the corresponding squares to reveal an image! This 80+ page resource includes a variety of coloring activities that span the following concepts: quarter, half, and whole notes; quarter, half, and whole rests; dynamics; symbols - clefs, articulation, and accidentals; sixteenth, eighth, and quarter notes, both beamed and singular. Scenes include: apple tree; acorn; pie; basket of apples; autumn tree. 10954871FDigital Resources Bundle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8.75 4 The Carnival of the Animals Guided Listening Presentation— Sara Bibee. This guided listening presentation has all you need for teaching about The Carnival of the Animals. This resource presentation includes a short composer biography, description of the piece, and instrument scoring and characteristics of each movement. Each movement has several video examples using SafeShareTV. The presentation comes in both PDF and PPT formats; the PPT version is customizable. Accommodations have been made to represent various titles of movements - e.g., "birds" instead of "aviary." Blank template slides have also been included, should you wish to add your own information. 11000256F Digital Resources PDF + PPT . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.00 Carnival of the Animals Listening Journal—Cori Bloom. This listening journal is a fun half-page booklet that introduces your students to the music of Carnival of the Animals. It includes: a brief description of the piece, a composer bio, 16 fact sheets printable in black and white with fun animations for your students to color and design, two listening log pages, and a half-page listening journal. 10944032F Digital Resources Zip File of 2 PDF's . . . . . . . 4.00 4 Chord Progression Composition Lessons—Elizabeth Caldwell. This is a perfect project for upper-elementary and middle school students to demonstrate their understanding of chords, help them practice composing and notating, and work towards the final performance. This project takes students through the process of writing a composition by creating a chord progression, notating it, composing a melody to fit the chords, assigning parts, practicing it, determining and rehearsing a message to communicate through the composition, and performing the piece. The project can be adapted to incorporate ukuleles, keyboard instruments, Boomwhackers, xylophones, or even free online software to fit your classroom needs. 10968919F Digital Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00 Christmas Mystery Music Grids - Bundle—Sara Bibee. Christmas Mystery Grids are coloring activities that reinforce students' knowledge and recognition of musical marks, symbols, icons, and notation. Perfect for short assessments, early finishers, centers, and sub tubs! Students use the key at the bottom of the page and color the corresponding squares to reveal an image associated with the season or theme. This bundle includes five activities in each of the following areas: whole/half/quarter notes; whole/half/quarter rests; dynamics; symbols and quarter/eighth/ sixteenth notes. 10947306F Digital Resources Bundle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.75 City or Song (Music or Not) Game—Melissa Stouffer. This game is easy to run with as little or as much technology as you need, and includes multiple ways to play - individuals and teams work. Educational and fun, this will keep all your students engaged in a meaningful way! A perfect activity to leave for a substitute. Includes information about each city and song: a map point for each city; private playlist of ViewPure videos for each song; PowerPoint and PDF so you can run it in the way that is easiest for you! 11100491F Digital Resources PPT/PDF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.50 4 Elementary Music Assessment Kit—Elizabeth Caldwell. Assessments in the general music setting can be tricky - so much can seem subjective, and with so many students and so little class time, the task can seem impossible! This kit is intended to make assessment in the general music classroom simpler. Included in this set: Assessment templates and worksheets for composition and instrument identification in PDF; user notes with instructions for use; assessment rubrics, organized by skill or concept and sorted by grade level in fully editable Word and PDF formats; and much more. 11100302F Digital Resources PDF/Word . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.00 4 The Elements of Music Anchor Charts—Music with Sara Bibee. This colorful set of 15 musical element posters allows your students of all ages to learn musical concepts with ease. Each content-rich poster includes a brief definition and simplistic charts that are easy to read and comprehend. There are many ways to use this poster set: as part of a bulletin board, reference wall, or even as handouts. The posters come in four different styles: Full color; Ink-saving color; Black and white; Blank and white handout version – includes space for a student name with all color and black & white options. There are 59 pages included. 10944786F Digital Resources PDF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.50 FUNdamental Music Mastery (Elementary Sight-Reading and Music Literacy)—Dr. Kristen Smistad & Sonja Sarr. This sequential program, designed to equip students K-5 to read and perform vocal or instrumental literature, connects music literacy and online digital assessments allowing music educators, students, administrators and parents to accurately and instantly determine what students understand and are able to demonstrate. Musical concepts covered include: counting; moving from representative icons to standard notation; keeping individual time; recognizing and tuning pitches; identifying and performing intervals; triad recognition; performing all types of notes and rests (up to eighth) including dotted rhythms; singing melodic lines; developing sight-reading skills; understanding and interpreting tempo marks; performing rhythmic and melodic duets; differentiating time signatures; finding and keeping track of the tonic note; and locating and performing individual parts in a duet. Available in either a printed edition or downloadable PDF. All materials are reproducible or projectable with printed students books available for take-home or individual practice. 10956773 Reproducible Book Teachers Edition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . K-5 240.00 10956774 Student Edition Grades K-2 . . . . . . . . . . K-2 4.00 10956776 Student Edition Grades 3-5 . . . . . . . . . . 3-5 4.00 Going to the Amusement Park: Exploring the Barred Instruments—Cori Bloom. This activity is designed as a fun way to explore the barred instruments and an introduction to composing. The lessons will take your classes through a unique journey to an amusement park as students explore all of the sounds they can make on their instruments. Then, students are asked to create their own trip to the amusement park using some of the sounds from the lesson using the included worksheets to help guide their journey. A great lesson at the beginning of first grade to help students become comfortable with the instruments and to explore different sounds. 11100312F Digital Resources PPT/PDF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00 Introducing Clefs - Treble, Bass, Alto, Tenor Bundle (PPT presentation, Exit Tickets, and Lesson Plan)—Pitch Publications. This digital resource, complete with lesson plans, exit tickets and an engaging presentation, is the perfect way to introduce the all the different clefs to your students. The lesson plans guide the teacher in the use of the materials for the students in order to help them start reading music notes on the treble, bass, alto, and tenor clef staffs. This resource includes editable lesson plans for third, fourth, and fifth grade students, a PowerPoint presentation to introduce students to the clefs, and easy exit tickets to quickly assess learning. 11106909F Digital Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.00 Jazz Musicians Posters—Music with Sara Bibee. This vibrant set of 48 posters covers 24 of our most well-known male and female Jazz musicians. Perfect for use during Jazz Appreciation Month, or for teaching about black history and female representation in the Jazz genre. There are many ways to utilize this poster set; use them as part of a bulletin board; reference wall; for centers activities; and even handouts. Each musician has two posters associated with him or her: Title Page (includes the name and a graphic of the musician) and Fact Page (includes information about the musician's birth and/ or death, associated genres, and titles of the works for which he or she is most known. The fact page also comes in a handout version with a placeholder for a student's name. Also included is a fact sheet with blanks for students to complete. With all options, this set includes over 70 pages! 10944787F Digital Resources PDF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.00 Kodaly Aspiring Recorder—Melissa Stouffer. End the frustration - both yours and your students' - with this recorder method that starts with and uses what your students already know: solfege and rhythm syllables. Focusing on the introduction of the fingering instead of the note name helps students understand by using a known concept instead of the idea of note names, which can be very abstract for some students. As solfege and rhythmic concepts are introduced, students use the recorders to apply those concepts by practicing those elements through songs. Other musical elements such as repeats, anacrusis, ties, rounds, and time signature changes have also been included; however, many of these do not happen until later when the children are more comfortable with the mechanics. 11100498F Digital Resources PDF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24.00 Let's Move! Bundle—Cori Bloom. These exciting and energetic games are perfect for getting those wiggles out! Each game includes over 30 ideas for creative movement and is perfect for a classroom brain break or small group centers. A teacher's guide with ideas and options for different games is included. This product is meant to get students exploring the levels, directions, and pathways of movement. Some examples of movements: march backward; walk on the moon; make a bridge with your body; reach up and grab a cloud. 11100327F Digital Resources PDFs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.00 Digital Downloads call free! 1-800-345-6296 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! DIGITAL DOWNLOADS ALL NEW!

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