325775266-TALDE-KOHESIORAKO-JOLASAK.pdf. 1- “ Postaria ” (LH) Zirkulu bat osatzen dugu aulkiekin.
Esertzen gara. Uztai banatan zutik ere egin daiteke. Jolas-gidariak dio, adibidez: “Badaukat gutuna erlojua daukatenentzat”. Erlojua daukatenek altxatu behar dute eta aulkiz aldatu. Edo udari buruzko zerbait kantatuko digu. 2-“Bikotekide bila” (HH eta LH) Bikoteak osatu. Ozen, guztiak batera. Haur Hezkuntzan komenigarria da txandaka egitea, bi bikote batera gehien jota. 3-“Nor naiz ni?” Umeek zirkulu bat osatuko dute zoruan eserita. Ahots tinbrea ezagutu beharko du. Atzetik jolas-gidariak buruan ukitzen duena izango da “nor naiz ni?”
Lehenengoz ahotsa aldatu gabe eta behin ezagututa ahots-tinbrea apropos aldatu ahal izango dute. 4-“Animalien bila” (LH) Animalien izenak banandu bikoteak egiteko. Horretarako gelatik ibiliko dira galdetzen ea animalia hori den .”Hartza al zara? 5-“Zapata ibiltaria” (HH eta LH) Zirkulu bat osatuko dute umeek zoruan eserita. Zapata bat sartzeko. Zapata bat hartuko du eta bere jabeari emango dio. Musikakueto: TALDE KOHESIORAKO JOLASAK. Hurst's class "Up the Ladder" LEHENENGO EGUNERAKO PROPOSAMENAK - Google Slides. Mrs. King's Music Class: Back to School with Newspaper Dancing. Hurray!
We are back in school and back to making music! This week my students learned how to do the newspaper dance. We started with a section of the paper, unfolding it and laying it flat. This was our "dance floor". Students then could dance in their space. And so the dancing began... Now, as fun as that was...it was just getting started. We had a great time defining "dance", practing making the fraction 1/2 and movin' and groovin' to some great tunes. Some of my favorite tunes to use with this activity: "I Like to Move It" by Crazy Frog "Thank God I'm a Country Boy" by John Denver "Get Jiggy Wit It" by Will Smith "Happy" by Pharrell Williams "Best Years of Our Lives" by Baha Men.
Rap My Name [Free Music Tech Lesson Plan] Free Music Technology Lesson Plans This is the first of a new ongoing series of more “formal” lesson plans that suggest simple ways to incorporate technology into music lessons.
I’m aiming to map each lesson to the US and Australian national standards for music education (UK coming soon too!). I’d love to know what you think about that idea: is it useful for you? What types of things would you like to see? Leave a comment below letting me know what you think. Lesson: Rap My Name – I Like That This lesson plan works well with grade 2-8 and can be adapted in many ways.
Grade level Grades 2-8 Objective Students will write a 4-measure name rap within the specified structure and create a rhythmic backing to accompany themselves. Music Education Standards. Aurkezpenak JOKUA. Make Music Rock!: Getting to Know You. It's the beginning of a new year, and that means there are new names to learn and old names to review.
We spend the first few class sessions playing several different name games to cement names and also work on different music skills. Sing Me Your Name This name game is useful for developing pitch matching skills in younger students.Teacher sings: "Sing me, sing me, sing me your name. " (S-M-S-M-S-M-R-D) (ta, ta, ta, ta, ta, ti-ti, ta)While singing, teacher makes eye contact with a student and tosses a bean bag to the student at the end of the phrase.Student answers by singing the same melody, but sings his/her name twice, and then, "That is my name. "Student tosses bean bag back to teacher. Before we begin the game, we practice the question/answer several times. Later, the game can be played to assess pitch matching with new lyrics. Higglety Wigglety Bumblebee This poem is good for working on steady beat with K-1 students. Up the Ladder Here's a video of our extension of Up the Ladder: Enjoy!