For your classroom: The Quaver Five Poster

by Abby @ Quaver on August 11, 2014

in At Quaver HQ,In the Quaver Classroom!

As you gear up for the new school year, why not get a head start by printing this fun Quaver poster for your wall?

Display this poster to remind students of The Quaver Five – Quaver’s easy to remember (and sing) classroom expectations. We hope they help you prepare for another happy and safe year in your music classroom!


Quaver Five Poster


Click to download this poster as an 18×24 PDF

You can also find the poster in the Worksheets section of Lesson 1 in any Grade of the QK-5 Curriculum!

Next week we’re kicking off the school year with 5 days of Back-to-School Blogs.

Stay tuned, and let us know if there’s anything you’d like us to cover in our new school year reboot!


On teacher request, we’ve also created a less saturated, less blue version that may be easier for you to print. You can download it here!

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1 Mariann Fox August 11, 2014 at 10:48 am

This is our first year with the Q5 curriculum. I have been planning over the summer all my lessons but wondered about pacing. I know the first 9 lessons are for the first 9 weeks but wondered how others paced their lessons along with materials they used previously.


2 Joan Reynolds August 16, 2014 at 1:16 pm

We used the Q5 curriculum in last year. I wondered the same thing when I started with it. I used select screens to transition to other materials that I wanted to use. It was very successful. I found the Quaver materials so well written and inviting to our students that I eventually began to use nearly all of the Q5 material available! Our students LOVE the songs, games, and online activities. They were able to absorb the concepts so quickly using Q5 that we covered more material than in previous years and the students’ retention was better, too. Now with the Customizable Lessons, I am inserting my own previously created whiteboard screens directly into the Q5 curriculum. John F. Kennedy Elementary, Kettering, Ohio


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