Student Led Conferences

A big THANK YOU to all the students and parents who visited the music room on Friday. It was fun for me to watch the students take on the teacher role and to watch parents explore what the students have been learning and creating. I really enjoyed listening to all the different languages as well! What a gift for us to be a part of a diverse international community!

If you missed conferences, I have plenty of extra activity sheets that I would be happy to send home with your child, or you can e-mail for a copy, so you so that you can try it at home.

 

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3A One Bottle of Pop Movement

In Grade 3, we were singing┬áPartner Songs to help us learn how and why certain melodies can be sung at the same time. The class learned one song at a time. The first song was “One Bottle of Pop,” which is a popular camp song. We then added “Fish and Chips and Vinegar” and “Don’t Throw Your Trash”. Later, the students decided which two songs they would like to try to sing at the same time.

The students were asked to create movement┬áto go with “One Bottle of Pop”.

Follow the link below to see what they came up with:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOiynPruTIs


3K One Bottle of Pop Instrumentation

In Grade 3, we were singing┬áPartner Songs to help us learn how and why certain melodies can be sung at the same time. The class learned one song at a time. The first song was “One Bottle of Pop,” which is a popular camp song. We then added “Fish and Chips and Vinegar” and “Don’t Throw Your Trash”. Later, the students decided which two songs they would like to try to sing at the same time.

The students were asked to create instrumentation to go with “One Bottle of Pop”.

Follow the link below to see what they came up with:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jg_g-3XEH5M


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