Jazzed About Spring Description:
- Level: multi-level
- Contents: 8 digital escape rooms + student tracking sheet
- Dave Brubeck: 5 questions
- Miles Davis: 6 questions
- Blossom Dearie: 5 questions
- Antônio Carlos Jobim: 5 questions
- Peggy Lee: 5 questions
- Abe Lincoln: 5 questions
- Django Reinhardt: 5 questions
- Sarah Vaughan: 5 questions
- Format: Instant PDF with links.
- Studio License Bonus: Student tracking sheet for each digital escape room
Celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month in your studio with “Jazzed About Spring” digital escape rooms! Students will love exploring the incredible music while reviewing musical terms and concepts with these interactive, self-marking games! These are fantastic for your in-person, online or group lessons!
Jazzed About Spring Level:
As an interactive series of 8 digital escape rooms, “Jazzed About Spring” is fantastic for your entire studio. Make group lessons or piano party planning a breeze when planning around these digital escape rooms! Students can work in teams to answer the question. Ask for more details to make each question differentiated for each student!
Jazzed About Spring Concepts:
Get ready to say ‘Jazzed About Spring’ in this series of digital escape rooms! Your elementary to intermediate level students will listen to themed music as they unlock the clues to each escape room.
Students will review concepts such as:
- Meter: Duple or triple
- Pattern in music
- Instrumentation + vocals
- Rhythm: steady or syncopated beats, swing
Be sure to read the biography included at the beginning of each digital escape room to get a glimpse into the interesting lives of each musician!
Jazzed About Spring Bonus:
Included with Jazzed About Spring are student tracking sheets for each series! Students can choose which ones interest them the most or work through these during lab time.
When using these for lab time, teachers are encouraged to add hyperlinks to their copy of each digital escape room to make these highly interactive for students.
Students can use these tracking sheets digitally or print them off. If shared digitally, students are not allowed to share them with anyone.
Other Similar Collections:
To round out your studio’s seasonal digital escape rooms, consider the following collections that are designed for elementary to intermediate students. These digital escape rooms focus on celebrating holidays without sacrificing musical learning.
- All About The Love: Valentine’s Day-themed music that looks at music’s foundations.
- Happy Halloween!: Halloween-themed music that gets students laughing and smiling.
- Travel Through Time – Female Composers: Celebrate Women’s History Month (March) with incredible female composers throughout music’s history.
What is a studio license?
When you purchase “Jazzed About Spring” you get a studio-license PDF of the digital escape room. A PDF with links to each digital escape room is sent digitally via an email receipt. Press on the links to make your own copy of each digital escape room in your Google Drive.
You will need a program to open zip files and a Google Drive to use these digital escape rooms.
If you have a multi-teacher studio, please contact Rosemarie directly for additional licenses. Thanks!
A studio license is a great way to stretch your studio budget. Purchase these digital escape rooms once and use them for years (even decades) with students you directly teach! When these are updated, you will get access to these for free.
For online teachers, if you share student tracking sheets during online lessons, students must print immediately and not retain an electronic copy of the piece.
For more information on your studio license, check out the Terms and Conditions page.
What is a digital escape room?
A digital escape room is a fantastic way to cover music appreciation and theory in a fun, interactive way! These are great for:
- Private lessons: With student or during lab/off-the-bench time time
- Group lessons: Work as a team to answer questions
- Online lessons: Any platform that allows you to share your screen works well for this
Students listen, watch, or read material then answer questions. Answer the question correctly, you move on and get a clue. Answer incorrectly and you are gently encouraged to try again. Gather clues and use them to answer the final question.
ALL marking is done for the teacher so this truly is a download and use resource for your studio!
See how to use digital escape rooms in your studio here.