Music Class LOVES Winter
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Winter is a great time to make much ado of music activities inside. Â Kids do not get to get out as much. Â Putting that little extra ”
Winter is a great time to make much ado of music activities inside. Â Kids do not get to get outside as much. Â Putting that little extra “umphh” in an activity is most times all you need to get them excited and keep their attention. Below you will see 5 different post that will help you put the “umphhh” in your Winter plans.
I LOVE stretchy bands. Kids love them too. Â These are great teaching tools for several aspects and concepts of teaching music. Checkout these ideas:
Need to reteach or review sixteenth notes. January and February are great times to do so. Â Chicken on the Fenceposts is a fun and solid way of teaching sixteenth notes in the second semester.
Father Time always brings the new year, but sometimes we have to help each other with new ideas. Â This is such a fun activity called the Syncopated Clock.
Let us not forget our Pre-K and Kindergarten students. Â Here is a fun Penguin Counting Song sung to down by the station.
We all need help with our wonderfully special and unique students that have specific needs. Â In this post I especially like number three for music class. Â It will be fun to add rhythms and/or moves to these chants.