Print and cut the vegetable cards provided. Select 4 cards at a time and say and clap the words, or say and play on an instrument. Continue creating and playing different patterns.
If no printer is available, fold a piece of paper into 4 squares. Have someone in your house help you write the names of 4 vegetables. Draw a picture of the vegetables and say and clap the words, or say and play on an instrument.
5 Watch and listen to the lyrics movie for Spaceworms
Watch and listen to the lyrics movie for the song.
Listen again and create your own movements for the song.
Add sound effects that match what you hear in the music.
There are lots of fun songs to sing in Lessons 2 and 3.
Repetition is really important in all learning, and each time you repeat a song, you'll improve your performance.
Make a list of your favorite songs.
You can use the search engine on the site to quickly find any song you want to sing again.
10 Music Education is Important
Music Education is Important - whether you are in your school or learning at home!
11 Assessment Suggestions
Assessment Suggestions: (Optional - do this if your teacher asks)
Send a video to your teachers of you singing and playing the instruments for the song “Color the Eggs”.
Send a video or recording to your teacher of you singing the song “Old Mr. Rabbit”.
Send a video of the rhythm pattern you create with the vegetable cards.
Send a video of the movements you create for the last verse of the song “Easter is Here”.
12 Music Is Literacy
A note to parents, teachers, principals and admin.
Music education is important for all learners, and maybe more so during difficult times.
Keep making music while your children are home!