Centers in Music….in case you missed anything

In case you missed any of the centers I’m using in my classroom right now, here are the links to each post.


Wii Center
Computer Center
Listening Center
iPod Center
Composer Center
Game Center


Thanks for reading!




5 thoughts on “Centers in Music….in case you missed anything

  1. Hey Cara!

    I’m interested to know about how you manage centers in your music classroom. Do you have them switch centers during class, or do you have them stay at one center the whole time?

    Chelsea Dorner
    Dix Hills, NY

    • Last year, I had the children do two centers each class time. It ended up being about 20 minutes per center if everyone was on time. This year, I haven’t quite decided since my classes have been shortened to 35 minutes and I have double the amount of kids at a time. I’m still working on how to manage that madness. 🙂

      Thanks for reading!

  2. Hi! I am also doing Centers this year for my music classes– I have 6 centers as well. iPads, Smartboard (using short video clips), card games (Fiddlesticks and Classical Snap), Listening Center/Art Center, reading center and Yoga Pretzels. You should check out Yoga Pretzels! They are super fun! I’m looking at ways to do Composer centers and am struggling with ways to make it fun too. I’m going to try the Job Application.

      • Thank you for your comments! I’ll definitely add Yoga Pretzels to my check-out list. LOL

        I actually made all the signs in Powerpoint. I’m ashamed to admit it but I have no idea how to use photoshop. I wish I did.


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