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Spooky Songs Music Listening Lessons
This lesson includes six short music listening activities designed for grades 5-8. These listening lessons are meant as six mini-lessons, lasting approx. 10 minutes each. They can also be combined for a longer listening lesson, and would be great for a sub. The worksheets and slides are designed to...
How to Teach Your Children's Choir to Sing in Parts | Ashley Danyew
Singing in parts is one of the great joys of choral singing. The challenge of singing an independent line and the fulfilling feeling of creating harmony and musical interest is both fun and motivating for singers (of all ages!). But how do you teach that? How do you introduce part-singing in children’s choir? How do you know if your young singers are ready to sing in parts? Here are a few helpful tips: Developing Musical Independence In Teaching the Elementary School Chorus, Linda Swears…
Listen to Music that Tells a Story ~ Sorcerer's Apprentice Lesson (with a Maestro Classics Giveaway) — Homegrown Learners
One of our favorite ways to easily enjoy music is to learn about stories in music. I remember wondering where composers could get an idea for a piece of music. It wasn't until I was older that I realized they could be inspired by great stories. One of the very best examples of this is The Sorcerer's Apprentice, by Paul Dukas (based on the original poem by Goethe).
Classical Composers Coloring and Fact Sheets
These fun review worksheets include 5 coloring and 5 fact sheets for Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert, Franz Joseph Haydn, and Muzio Clementi. Check out the Classical Composers Poster Set-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------...
Composer Study in the Elementary Years — Happy Homeschool Nest ~ Balancing Home & Homeschool
There are many ways to add some classical music to your homeschooling day. You could combine it with your history studies, follow a chronological timeline, or study a specific musical period. While I like the idea of folding music into history I think it's better left to the middle-grade years when students can follow a more logical progression and see the flow of musical history within the role of historical events. For the elementary years, I prefer something far more simple.