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Dont Worry Be Happy Song « Bobby McFerrin Bobby McFerrin

Dont Worry Be Happy Song « Bobby McFerrin Bobby McFerrin

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Cours d'éducation musicale. Games/Activities The Tune Into English Drawing Competition - feature in our ESL Beatles - their story in easy English, with activities and audio/ The Beatles IQ Challenge - Can you beat Tune Into English’s high score of 172,077? Music Challenge - guess the song. The Ultimate List of Online Music Education Games Having a background as a music teacher, I often get the asked what resources are available for homeschoolers to grow in their music studies. As such, today I’d like to share with you an Ultimate List of Online Music Education Games available for FREE to public and homeschoolers alike to have fun while learning more about music. Whether playing via iPad, SmartBoard, or laptop, each resource provides supportive games and activities to reinforce music concepts at home. For your browsing convenience, these online music education games are organized into the following categories: aural training, composers, composition, instruments, notation, symbols/vocabulary and variety. Aural Training

Daria - World Music for Children - Make a String Thing Making an actual dulcimer or guitar can require special tools and parts that may not be readily available in most houses or schools. However, the things needed to play around with strings and sound can be found anywhere. Check out this easy-to-make String Thing! You will need a sturdy container and a bunch of different sized, different colored rubber bands. Homemade Musical Instruments Crafts for Kids These homemade instruments and noisemakers are for the most part quick and easy to make and based on simple recycled materials. Kids can make a fantastic kitchen band of their own, or perhaps use them to ring in the New Year with style? A popular old-fashioned noise-making toy, the Chinese drum (rattle) is twisted in the hand so that the beads bounce of it and make a noise. With practise you can get a good rhythm going!

42 Splendidly Creative Homemade Musical Instruments With the weather turning chilly, we are finding ourselves inside more often. More indoor play, reading, art, and far more crafting too. In fact, I am trying very hard to pick up knitting once again (and when I say once again, I mean from when I was about 8 years old). I have successfully knitted 2 hats (and unsuccessfully knitted a ton of other ‘things’). Our Quiet Bins are in full swing now, helping my little ones settle into peaceful days. And now A Year of Educational Quiet Bins is available on Amazon!

Musical Instrument Crafts for Kids: How to Make Instruments Like Drums, Flutes, Kazoos, Bells, Rattles, Guitars, Activities for Children Home > Arts and Crafts Projects for Kids > Musical Instruments Crafts for Kids to Make Bang Bang ... Toot Toot ... Purim Noisemaker The noise maker or grogger is a classic Purim prop used during the reading of the Megillat Esther (Book of Esther) to make noise every time the name of the evil Haman is mentioned. The reading takes about 1/2 hour, and during that time children who are old enough to come to the reading must sit quietly so that everyone can hear every single word of the story. So listening for Haman’s name gives everyone a reason to pay attention! Supplies 10 minute toilet roll shakers Last week my daughter came home from pre-school showing off a fancy toilet roll shaker she had made. She danced around the house shaking it with a huge smile on her face for quite a while. My youngest daughter goes to the same pre school but is in a different class and didn’t get to make a shaker, so quite understandably she was green with envy.

Making a Magic (Drinking Straw) Flute Maybe my kids are weird but both of them love using drinking straws. So we had all the supplies we needed on hand for this little craft – nine straws and some clear tape. When I told my son we were making a flute, he was super excited. His classroom teacher is getting married and has been sharing details of the ceremony.

Je trouve que ce site c'est une bonne idée dans le principe, mais difficile dans la réalisation. by quassida Feb 26

A partir de la chanson de Bobby Mc Ferrin, "Don't worry be happy", ce site internet fragmente les différents plans sonores (percussion vocale, choeurs, mélodie, rythmes, basse...) et de les agencer librement. Intéressant pour permettre aux élèves de bien comprendre la notion de plans sonores. Les possibilités d'agencement sont très basiques et le site a l'inconvénient d'être en anglais. by alissblc Feb 23