Students create a class composition of a thunderstorm by exploring expressive qualities of crescendo/decrescendo and accelerando/ritardando
Students create different versions of a known song and listen to contrasting recordings for musical differences and similarities.
Students play an identification game of hot and cold using their voices and dynamics.
Students explore expressive qualities in music through listening, singing, and moving.
Students explore steady beat and instruments of the percussion family.
Students explore expressive qualities through various string techniques.
Students demonstrate the expressive quality of tempo through movement.
Students explore healthy posture through storytelling and observation.
Students use language and movement to explore accents in music.
Students explore and create rhythms through language and body percussion.
Students create arrangements of a melody and listen to recordings contrasting in style and genre.
Students brainstorm strategies to guide their listening as they describe and label music of different genres.
Students demonstrate expressive qualities of music through movement.
Students explore first and second endings by singing and moving.
Students explore whispering, speaking, singing, and calling voices.
Students read, perform, and compose four-beat rhythmic patterns.
Students perform and create rhythmic patterns using their bodies.