Mr. Chamberlain teaches a music activity called "Bubble, Bubble, Bubble". This exercise includes body percussion, pencil drumming, chant, and even a little bit of science!
Here's what you'll need: 1. A cooking pot from the kitchen 2. Two Pencils 3. A chair to place pots that you will drum on
National Core Arts Standards:
General Music/Performing #MU:Pr4.3 Process Component: GMS-Interpret - Develop personal interpretations that consider creators’ intent.
General Music/Creating #MU:Cr1.1 Process Component: GMS-Imagine - Generate musical ideas for various purposes and contexts. Anchor Standard: Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work.
It doesn't get much cuter than this! Join Ms. Casimiro as she teachers you how to sing "Going to the Kitchen". We are loving what she has done with those puppets!
Materials 1. Your Voice! 2. Wooden Spoons 3. Tupperware Lids 4. Paper Bags
National Core Art Standards General Music/Creating #MU:Cr1.1 Process Component: GMS-Imagine - Generate musical ideas for various purposes and contexts. Anchor Standard: Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work.
General Music/Performing#MU:Pr5.1 Process Component: GMS-Rehearse, Evaluate and Refine - Evaluate and refine personal and ensemble performances, individually or in collaboration with others. Anchor Standard: Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for presentation.
In this video, we will identify beats and note patterns with animal puppets! Let’s clap and move together to the Animal Crossing’s theme song to learn the difference between whole notes, half notes, quarter notes, and eighth notes.
Supplemental rhythm videos
MusicPlayOnline is a fun site with music lessons and songs!
At the top of the site select the grade level for your student at home. Then go to SONG LIST.
Here are our recommendations for songs to begin with (Note: you can also select MOVIES to accompany and support your choice.
K - “Count And Go” – Students can follow along with song movements and keep a steady beat with various body parts.
1st - “Dooby Doo”- Students can sing along with the song and perform the song actions.
2nd - “Engine Engine #9” – Students can sing Sol & Mi pitches while keeping a steady beat by stomping like a train.
3rd "I Like Singing” – Students can sing along trying to match pitch.
4th “This Little Light” – Students can sing along trying to match pitch.
5th “Mama Don’t Allow” – Students can sing along with more complex rhythms.
6th - “Barges” – Students can sing along with trying to match pitch of a song that uses whole scale.