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Looking to use Grade 3 Lesson 27 in your Grade 3 classroom?

While teaching this learning module you will cover multiple concepts including: Beat, Dynamics, Expression, Melodic Direction (high-middle-low), Timbre of Unpitched Instruments

You'll also cover the themes of: Animal Songs, Bunnies

Grade 3 Lesson 27

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Introduction

In this lesson, you will:

  1. Play Along with “Turkish March” by Beethoven
  2. Play Match the Melody
  3. View do re mi and so on the tone ladder
  4. Teach “Rabbits”
  5. Create new lyrics for “Rabbits”
  6. Option 1: Complete the solfa challenge for “Rabbits”
  7. Option 2: Complete the note name challenge for “Rabbits”
  8. Option 1: Play “Rabbits” on Boomwhackers
  9. Option 2: Teach the Orff arrangement for “Rabbits”
  10. Review “Stella Ella Olla”
  11. Review the game with “Stella Ella Olla”
  12. Sing and play the game with “Stella Ella Olla”
  13. Review “Hide Those Eggs”
  14. Review the game with “Hide Those Eggs”
  15. Sing and play the game with “Hide Those Eggs”
  16. Echo sing drm sl in C Major
  17. Play Melody Hunt (drm sl in C Major)
  18. Complete the worksheet for Melody Hunt

Extension:

Objectives

  • I can sing and move to music.
  • I can keep a steady beat.
  • I can read and play rhythm and melodic patterns.
  • I can create new lyrics.
  • I can use dynamics in a performance.
  • I can show the phrase form abac.

Play Along with “Turkish March” by Beethoven

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Listening Selection Used: “Turkish March” from The Ruin of Athens

Play Along with “Turkish March” by Beethoven

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Play Match the Melody

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Game Used: Match the Melody

Play Match the Melody

View do re mi and so on the tone ladder

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Song Used: Rabbits

View do re mi and so on the tone ladder

Solfa is the way that singers name notes.
The song "Rabbits" uses the solfa notes do, re, mi, and so.
Find drm s on the tone ladder.

Create and sing patterns using drm s

Teach “Rabbits”

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Song Used: Rabbits

Teach “Rabbits”

This is a fun song for students to learn as part of a spring or Easter theme. Students may be able to read the rhythm and melody of the song. Since students will be familiar with the melody they may be able to create new words.

Read the rhythms. The melody will probably be familiar to the students, and you can have students read the melody from the projectable slides.

Create new lyrics for “Rabbits”

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Song Used: Rabbits

Create new lyrics for “Rabbits”

Have students create new words for the tune and draw an illustration for their new words.

For example:
I like chewing bubble gum, bubble gum, bubble gum
I like chewing bubble gum - I stick it on my nose!

Option 1: Complete the solfa challenge for “Rabbits”

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Song Used: Rabbits

Option 1: Complete the solfa challenge for “Rabbits”

Option 2: Complete the note name challenge for “Rabbits”

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Song Used: Rabbits

Option 2: Complete the note name challenge for “Rabbits”

Option 1: Play “Rabbits” on Boomwhackers

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Instrument Song Used: Rabbits

Option 1: Play “Rabbits” on Boomwhackers

Option 2: Teach the Orff arrangement for “Rabbits”

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Song Used: Rabbits

Option 2: Teach the Orff arrangement for “Rabbits”

Playing and Creating: Invite the students to create new verses to this melody. Here are some ideas to start them: I like.... Teachers don’t like ....

Review “Stella Ella Olla”

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Song Used: Stella Ella Olla

Review “Stella Ella Olla”

Students may be able to read the rhythm and melody of the song.

Review the game with “Stella Ella Olla”

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Song Used: Stella Ella Olla

Review the game with “Stella Ella Olla”

Play the game!

The students form a circle. Each student extends their hands, palms facing up. Each player puts the right hand over the hand of the person on the right and the left hand under the hand of the person on the left. The clapping moves clockwise around the circle. The player who begins claps the right hand of the person on their left with their right hand. On the last word of the song, “five,” the player who is about to be hit must pull their hand away before being clapped. If they pull away in time, the clapper is out. If they get clapped, they are out.

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Sing and play the game with “Stella Ella Olla”

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Song Used: Stella Ella Olla

Sing and play the game with “Stella Ella Olla”

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Review “Hide Those Eggs”

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Song Used: Hide Those Eggs

Review “Hide Those Eggs”

This is a fun game for children to play. If you have students who don't celebrate Easter, change that word to 'furry'. "Hide those eggs little furry bunny... " Teach the melody and the words of the song by rote and play the game. Have the students show the phrases in the song with arm motions. The phrase form is abac.

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Review the game with “Hide Those Eggs”

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Review the game with “Hide Those Eggs”

Choose five to six students to hide Easter eggs in the classroom while the rest of the class hides their eyes and sings the song. Eggs must be hidden in plain sight. The children hunt for the eggs. Choose new students to hide the eggs.

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Sing and play the game with “Hide Those Eggs”

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Song Used: Hide Those Eggs

Sing and play the game with “Hide Those Eggs”

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Echo sing drm sl in C Major

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Practice Item Used: do re mi so la (drm sl)

Echo sing drm sl in C Major

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Play Melody Hunt (drm sl in C Major)

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Unit Used: Melody and Rhythm Hunt

Play Melody Hunt (drm sl in C Major)

Print and distribute the melody cards around the room. Have students hunt for them and copy the patterns onto the staff with the same number.

Complete the worksheet for Melody Hunt

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Unit Used: Melody and Rhythm Hunt

Complete the worksheet for Melody Hunt

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