If you'd like to see how much you have learned from music, click onto musicplayonline.com. Once you log in (you can get free temporary student access!), you can find varying games on the right hand side of the screen.
Kindergarteners, I'll bet you would love the "Fast/Slow" game and try to dunk the man! You can also try "Beat or No Beat" in which you need to figure out whether you hear a melody with a beat.
For first graders, I would recommend "Which Rhythm do you Hear?" levels 1-2 and "Match the Melody" levels 1-2. I think you might also enjoy the game "Beat or Rhythm?"
Second graders can test their skills with the same activities but can also try out levels 3-4.
Third graders - there's a fun game called "Note Name Memory," in which you need to match a note name to its location on the staff. Let me know how you do! You can also try levels 1-5 in "Which Rhythm do you Hear?" and levels 1-7 in "Match the Melody."
Fourth graders - Can you melt the snowman in the game "Major or minor?" You can also try out "Which Rhythm do you Hear" levels 1-6 and "Match the Melody" levels 1-10.
Fifth graders - Give "Rhythm Racing" a try - the game will put a rhythm on top of the screen. A rhythm will then play - does it match? You'll have to click on the "yes" or "no" button to win. You can also play the games listed above and see how far you get in levels - I'd love to know how much you can do!
My humblest apologies for staying silent here until now - I am probably one of the most technologically inept teachers you will find on these pages. I am missing everyone very much and am looking forward to seeing you all in person again. In the meantime, please have patience as I navigate my way through these new waters. I will be coming back and updating on a daily basis. If you have any questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please stay healthy and safe!