1 Sing the echoes in #46 “It’s Music Time”
sing and move to the music
In this lesson you will
#46 “It’s Music Time” – sing the echo
#81 “Body Moves” – move to the beat
Review #74. Whoops Johnny – say names, use fast/slow, loud/quiet, high/low
#76 “Daddy Finger” – do fingerplay
Learn #77 “Letter U”, “Uncle Underwear” OR “Umbrella Bird song”
#78 “The More We Get Together”
#79 “I Like Valentines”
#80 “Valentine Game” – show high/low sounds, create color word rhythms
Optional – Story – Ode to Underwear
If you would rather not sing about underwear, do option 2, "Umbrella Birds" --- or do both!
If you do the song, create movements.
If you do this option, a wonderful related storybook is "Ode to Underwear"
If you like, print and complete the worksheets for Letter U.
On a piece of plain paper, practice printing the letter U, and draw 2 things that start with U.
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Listen to the video.
Play the video again and sing along.
Create movements to go with the song.
Sing along with the kids. Copy their movements.
Another option is to play an instrument with the song.
Make a pattern with colored hearts.
Decide how to say or play it.
Sing the Valentine song as a theme. Then sing/play the word rhythm as a B section.
Decide if you like your word rhythm. Do you want to try it a different way? Which way do you like the best?
Sing and play it again. If you have Orff instruments, you could accompany the Valentine game song and patterns with a simple bordun on C-G or D-A.