You may want to try the string activity at the end. Maybe you have before. If you do, send a photo or video to my email email@example.com and I’ll put it in a post for next week. You can also record it on Flipgrid here: https://flipgrid.com/c4ba2edc
While you’re at it, check out The Chrome Music Lab Spectrometer. It allows you to visualize sound by mapping the frequencies present. We did this in class. Also, explore the musiclab because it’s pretty neat. https://musiclab.chromeexperiments.com/Spectrogram/
Good morning! During the week, I’d like you to practice drawing treble clef symbols and writing words in music notation. In my video, I give you two words on the treble clef staff. Can you read them? Try making your own! You can send them to my email firstname.lastname@example.org OR right here on Google Classroom.
Start off by watching (and sing along if you’d like) the “I Knew You Were Treble”
Next, Watch my video on drawing staves and spelling some notation words! Next time you’re outside, give it a try. You could always do it on paper as well.
Lastly, try this memory game. You can play as often as you’d like. You can look around the musicplayonline.com site anytime you’d like 🙂 https://musicplayonline.com/ It’s called Music Note Memory and it’s on the right side.
3rd graders, keep up the recorder practice as well whenever you can.
Good afternoon! I’m sorry I haven’t been doing daily updates, but I didn’t want to overwhelm anyone.
Here’s what I’m going to do: Daily updates here on my website. You do NOT need to do everything. All I want you to do for now is to visit the site when you want to sing something. Don’t worry about missing something. There are no assignments at the moment, just opportunities to sing some songs we normally do together in class!
Let’s start with a song I had my daughter Emma help with. I needed a child’s voice to do the repeats so you could sing along.
Next, I sang a German song I love doing in class. Try to follow along with Mein Hut:
Lastly, here is one of my favorite Just Dance videos: