In this lesson you will:

  • Sing “Welcome to Music”
  • Echo rhythms and melody patterns
  • Learn the song, “Naughty Kitty Cat” and play the game
  • Sing the song, “Let Your Light Shine”
  • Sing “The Music Time is Over”

Objectives

  • I can echo rhythms and melody patterns
  • I can sing and play a singing game
  • I can make up movements to a song

Teaching Procedure

Song Used: Welcome to Music

1 Sing "Welcome to Music"

Play the video and sing the echoes.

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2 Practice Rhythms with a Rhythm Warm-up

Watch the video and echo the teacher.

You'll say the rhythms with the kids on the recording.

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3 Echo Bobo

Echo Bobo

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4 Learn the solfa notes for the song, "Naughty Kitty Cat"

Learn the solfa notes for the song, "Naughty Kitty Cat"

Echo the singer.

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5 Learn the words for the song, "Naughty Kitty Cat"

Learn the words for the song, "Naughty Kitty Cat"

Echo the singer.

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6 Watch the video of the game "Naughty Kitty Cat"

Watch the game "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!

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7 Echo Sing the song, "Let Your Light Shine"

Learn the song, "Let Your Light Shine"

The teacher will sing, then you will echo.

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8 Sing along with the song, "Let Your Light Shine"

Sing along with the song, "Let Your Light Shine"

Create movement to go with the chorus of the song with a flashlight, cell phone flashlight or a scarf.

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9 Sing "The Music Time is Over"

Sing "The Music Time is Over"

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10 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!