In this lesson you will
- #1 “Welcome to School” – sing
- do a rhythm warm up
- echo Bobo
- “Wash Your Hands” – sing, create movements.
- #170 “What Shall We Do?” – sing
- #175 “Move to the Drum 2” – move to drumming music
- #163 “Naughty Kitty Cat” – learn the song and play a chase game
- sing our goodbye song, “Skinnamarink”
- I can echo rhythm and melody patterns.
- I can sing songs.
- I can move to the music of the drum.
1 Sing #1 "Welcome to School"
Play the video and sing the echoes.
2 Rhythm Warmup: Echo Instrument Rhythms
Copy what the teacher does in the video.
3 Echo Bobo
Echo what Bobo sings.
4 Sing the song "Wash Your Hands"
Sing the song "Wash Your Hands".
Do movements along with the song.
5 Sing the song #170 "What Shall We Do?"
Sing along with the video #170 "What Shall We Do?"
Find a way to keep a beat as you sing.
Can you create new verses or new words to the song?
Try singing your new ideas!
6 Create movement to #175 "Move to the Drum 2"
Can you make up movements to the video while you stay in one spot?
7 Learn the solfa notes for the song #163 "Naughty Kitty Cat"
Learn the solfa notes for the song #163 "Naughty Kitty Cat".
Echo the singer.
8 Learn the words for the song #163 "Naughty Kitty Cat"
Learn the words for the song #163 "Naughty Kitty Cat".
Echo the singer.
9 Watch the game for #163 "Naughty Kitty Cat"
Watch the game fro #163 "Naughty Kitty Cat".
If you have enough people in your house, you could play the game.
Or you play the game with stuffed animals.
If you have a brother or sister at home, you could play the game as a "race" game. Sing the song and have a race to the finish!
10 Sing our goodbye song, "Skinnamarink"
Sing our goodbye song, "Skinnamarink".
11 Review any of the songs you like or find new favourites!
Review any of the songs you like or find new favourites!
Repetition is one of the ways that we learn something well.
Students improve singing on pitch, learn the lyrics and melody better with each repetition.
Students will develop their musicality if you sing, move, play more often!
12 Music is Literacy
Parents, Teachers and Administration:
Music education is important for children.
Whether in class or at home, keep our children singing, playing, moving, listening and creating music!
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