Music Activities for Middle School

Music is an important part of middle school. It can help students focus, promote teamwork, and more. There are many ways to enjoy music in middle school, and finding the right activity for each student is important. Here are some ideas for music activities for middle school students:

  1. Singing: With enough practice, any student can sing adequately. Singing can be used to connect with classmates, learn new songs, or have fun.
  2. Playing musical instruments: As one of the most important skills a student can develop, playing an instrument can help them develop their musical skills and ears. There are many different instruments to choose from, and learning how to play them can be a fun and rewarding experience.
  3. Drumming: Drumming can help students focus, learn new techniques, or have fun. It can also be a great way to help students connect with each other.
  4. Choir is a great way to have fun and learn new songs. In addition, it can be used to entertain students or teach them important life skills.
  5. Music is Art
    Taking time to create art in the music classroom may hold more benefits for children than we’re aware of. For example, having students create their own music charts around the classroom will get them to practice the shapes of different notes and make the classroom more inviting overall.
  6. Music Dice
    Bring some dice games into your music education! As a middle school music teacher, finding fascinating aspects of music can often be challenging. Thankfully, these music dice will be a great way to practice 3-8 notes.
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