What are the rhythms of the words below?
Play the rhythms along with this background beat!
Dynamics are how quietly or loudly music is played.
Tempo is the speed of the music
Presto = fast Largo = slow
Steady Beat Tempo Challenge! Can you keep the steady beat at each of these different tempos?
Question: What tempo are you when you're tired?
What tempo are you when you're excited?
Can you tell if the music is fast or slow? Play this PRESTO or LARGO KAHOOT!
Perform along with these dances that change tempo!
Trace the lines in the air to follow the melodic direction of the Bach Sonata below.
Warm up your voice with these leaf trails!
Follow along with the music using this listening map of the
Kangaroo movement from Carnival of the Animals.
Use this shared music piano to play along with friends!
Are these sounds High or Low? High or Low KAHOOT
Play your high, middle, and low instruments along with the story.
For virtual boomwhackers, click here.
Do these music clips have a beat or no beat? BEAT/NO BEAT KAHOOT
GAME: BEAT/NO BEAT PUZZLE (must be played on a computer with flash)
Here are some songs to remind us how to stay safe and healthy! WASH YOUR HANDS!!!
Remember to wash your hands for AT LEAST 20 seconds!
Here are some songs to sing while washing your hands to know that you are washing long enough:
“Since U Been Gone” by Kelly Clarkson
“I Want it That Way” by Backstreet Boys
“Love Shack” by the B-52's
“No Scrubs” by TLC
“So Fresh, So Clean” by OutKast
“Sweet Caroline” by Neil Diamond
“Truth Hurts” by Lizzo
“Finesse” by Bruno Mars
“Without Me” by Halsey
“Shake It Off” by Taylor Shift
“The Gambler” by Kenny Rogers
“Bye Bye Bye” by NSYNC
“Thriller” by Michael Jackson
“Let it Go” (from Disney’s Frozen) by Idina Menzel
“Ironic” by Alanis Morissette
“Fight Song” by Rachel Platten
“Best Day of My Life” by American Authors
“I’m Still Standing” by Elton John
“Circles” by Post Malone
“Oops...I did It Again” by Britney Spears
E-mail pictures to Mrs. Hatch to be included in the gallery!
Cole playing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star from memory!
Play a Game!
Game #1: Match the Eggs
Make pairs of egg shakers (at least 3) containing different items so that they make different sounds. Mix up the eggs and have someone else match the correct sounds together.
Game #2: Hot or Cold
What you need: egg shakers, an item to hide (egg, stuffed animal, etc)
Directions: While one person closes their eyes, another person hides the item (egg, stuffed animal, etc). After the item is hid, the other person opens their eyes. Help them find the item by playing your egg shaker at different dynamics (volumes). Play your egg shaker quietly (piano) when they are far away from the object and louder (forte) as they get closer to help them find the object, similar to the game hot or cold.