1 Sing the echoes in our warmup song, "Dooby Doo"
Sing the echoes in our warmup song, "Dooby Doo"
Copy the movements in the video
In this lesson you will
Sing and Move to our warmup song, “Dooby Doo”
Use high and low voices in “Mountaintop Monster”
Play a Snail game and show how notes go higher and lower
Find things at home to use for instruments
Play instruments with the song, “Little Red Wagon”
Echo sing “The Music Time is Over”
Watch how kids in school play the game, "Snail Snail"
If you have 7 or 8 people in your house, you could play the game.
If not, find some playdough, and we'll play the game with playdough.
Watch how the game can be played with playdough.
If you have playdough at home, play the game this way.
If you don't have playdough, draw and cut out a snail.
Then draw a path for the snail, and put 8 rocks on the path.
Sing the snail song and play the game.
Did you make a playdough snail?
Or did you draw a snail?
Use your snail to show how the notes in the song go higher and lower
Print and color the pointing page
Make your own pointing page.
Draw 8 hearts on the paper and draw snails under them
1. Point to the hearts as you sing. (the beat)
2. Point to the snails as you sing. The snails show how the melody goes higher and lower.