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This video will give you ideas for what to say to classroom teachers when they ask you, "how do I integrate music into my classroom?" It will help you with integration ideas for language arts, math, science, and social studies. Look at the music integration PDF for even more ideas.
In this lesson, preschool student's will learn the songs "I Don't Care if the Rain Comes Down" and "Singing in the Rain". They will practice their singing voices as well as adding movements and a shaker part to the songs.
Materials Needed-shaker and device or computer to watch lesson on
"Che Che Kole" is an African echo song. Students will learn how the melody moves and follow it with their hands, discuss why it’s important to learn music from other countries, clap the rhythm, echo sing, and make up motions and body percussion.
In this lesson, we will be learning "Hot Cross Buns" and "Snail Snail". We will be practicing our singing voice using solfege, will use correct posture, will count the rhythms in the songs, and will add xylophone accompaniment underneath.
Materials needed-xylophone or keyboard (if you have ...
Peter Peter If You're Able is a drumming song that also includes 3 other rhythm instrument parts. Students will learn the drum part, count rhythms, learn the 3 other instrument parts, and then practice playing the different parts one at a time. They will learn ABA form and play the rhythms taugh...