Peter and the Wolf 4 – Full story

In this lesson you will

  • watch the whole story of Peter and the Wolf
  • review the instruments used in Peter and the Wolf

Objectives

  • I can name the instruments used in Peter and the Wolf.
  • I can retell the story of Peter and the Wolf.
  • I can match the instruments used in Peter and the Wolf to the characters.

Teaching Procedure

1 Watch a Performance of Peter and the Wolf

Watch the Story of Peter and the Wolf

This time, the story will include the complete orchestral performance.

You have 3 options.

Option 1: (this option) The Vancouver Symphony Version. This is a wonderful live performance narrated by Bramwell Tovey Musicplay version.

Option 2: This option will link to the Disney version of Peter and the Wolf. (not available in all countries.)

Option 3: the Musicplay version.

2 Watch the Story of Peter and the Wolf

Watch the Story of Peter and the Wolf

This time, the story will include the complete orchestral performance.

You have 3 options.

Option 1: The Vancouver Symphony Version. This is a wonderful live performance narrated by Bramwell Tovey Musicplay version.

Option 2: This option will link to the Disney version of Peter and the Wolf. (not available in all countries.)

Option 3: the Musicplay version.

3 Watch the Story of Peter and the Wolf

Watch the Story of Peter and the Wolf

This time, the story will include the complete orchestral performance.

You have two options. This option is the Musicplay version.

The other option above, will link to the Disney version of Peter and the Wolf.

4 Print the Names of the Instruments

If you have a printer, download the Name the Instruments worksheet.

Print the words and color the pictures.

If you don't have a printer, print the names of the instruments and try to draw them.

5 Match the Character to the Instrument

If you have a printer, download the Match the Character to the Instrument worksheet.

Draw a line from the character to the instrument that represents it.

Print the words and color the pictures.

If you don't have a printer, print the names of the instruments and try to draw the character.

6 Optional Assessment

Assessment may not be required for your school or district.

Your teacher may ask you to email one of the activities as an assessment.

7 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!