Voki Lesson Plans: Music and Math Lesson Plans

Voki Lesson Plans: Music and Math Lesson Plans


There’s a strong relationship with music and math. So how can you integrate some music theory into your math lesson? It’s easy! We prepared 3 great lesson plans to get your students excited about learning math and music.

Musical Fraction – In this lesson, students will learn how to add fraction using musical notes. Students will learn about the different types of musical notes (whole note, half note, quarter note, eighth note, and sixteenth note). They will learn how to add and subtract using musical notes. Students will have to create their own musical fractions to present to class.

Multiplication Songs This lesson will teach your students how to learn and memorize the multiplication table using songs. Students will sing along to songs that they are familiar with (i.e. Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, Row, Row, Row Your Boat, etc.). They will create a Voki and record one multiplication song to share with the class.

Beat Patterns – Students will learn about patterns. They will learn what patterns are and how they can create their own patterns. Students will have to create their own patterns by clapping, stomping, snapping, etc. They will create a Voki to explain their patterns and why it is a pattern.

Remember: The grade level assigned to each lesson plan is not set in stone. You can use Voki lesson plans for a higher, or lower, grade than the one you teach. Feel free to customize the lesson plans to fit your needs. These Voki lesson plans can be adapted to fit your style or your students’ abilities!

Do you want to share your lesson plans with us? Send it to lessonplans@voki.com!

Until next time,

The Voki Team

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