101 More Music Games for Children: New Fun and Learning with Rhythm and Song (SmartFun Books) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-08-25 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 7 user ratings

"Teachers often want to find a way to include more music into the classroom, but finding ways to do this is difficult, especially since few schools have a classroom music curriculum. This book and it's first volume companion feature a variety of games that are easy to drop into the curriculum. The games are for different age and size groups, and there is an index that puts the games into different age groups. The suggestions are clear, the purposes of the games are clear, and the instructions are good. You might only use five or six games out of this book, but they will be worth it!" said.

"This book has a lot of fun musical ideas for students. I used it a lot in my classroom. I liked how it listed the age-level, length of time, and supplies needed for each activity." said.

"Our school is in the throes of Common Core, and this is just the bit of relief my students need! What they don't realize is how hard they are thinking while playing some of these games!" said.

"We use ideas from this and the original in our music camp, and I have adapted many of them for my homeschool family. They are simple, yet creative enough to make it worth paying for the book. I highly recommend this author for anyone looking to spice up music activities for single kids or large groups." said.

"I bought this book with the intention of expanding my sub tub, and it is exactly what I needed. I have marked several games for different ages so if I am ever gone and not able to make sub plans for the non-musically inclined, I have music or rhythm games available for subs to use. Much better than just showing a video every time I have to be gone! There are some games that I really would never consider using (lots of games where you have to create a big floor setup, lots of manipulatives, etc.) but overall, you can find some games to keep the kids interested for a whole class time." said.

"I use the book any time I am working with preschoolers through elementary. In fact I used the games one time at a party where adults interacted with the children in the games we played. Everyone had a wonderful time and with these games they are learning a skill that will serve them well in school. Like for example listening or rhythm and there are many more skills involved in these games. It is worthwhile for anyone who works with groups of children." said.

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