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Lessons

 Free Choice  Teacher approved activities 

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Music K,1,2,

 

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MR. H's Music Class- Lesson

 

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Grade 3,4

Mr. H Digital Music Class

 

Lesson

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zQMvY6Z9ZY

 

Grade 5 6

 

Lesson

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9WAvSPjHmY

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2  Review

 

This is the first in-depth music lesson for first graders. Steady beat, rhythm, vocal exploration, and high/low sounds are presented and practiced in this lesson while having lots of fun! Parents, please watch this video to maximize your little one's music learning: https://youtu.be/_ixUAMaWHmU

 

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Team 3

This tasteful idea uses Kit-Kats to teach 8th notes

Subject: Music  

Grades: PreK, K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5  

Title – KitKat 8th Notes 
By – Rebecca Henders 
Primary Subject – Music 
Grade Level – pre-K – elementary

Here is a fun idea I picked up for teaching 8th notes.

Everyone gets a KitKat bar. Start by talking about eating the whole candy bar themselves, then what they would do if a friend came along and wanted some (most kids will say “split it in half”, although I’ve gotten some fun answers like “eat it really quick before you could get any”). The kids then split their KitKats in half (these are the easiest ones to use because they are perforated – I tried Snickers once in an emergency, huge disaster) and you can illustrate that you don’t have 2 new candy bars (beats), but 2 halves of the same old candy bar (beat); that each one is smaller (shorter/quicker); each 8th note gets half of a candy bar (beat) etc. They never forget about 8th notes after that, even though they sometimes still tell me “when you see 8th notes in a song you cut all the candy bars in half.”

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This outdoor idea combines sidewalk chalk with music symbols

Subjects:Art, Music  

Grades:PreK, K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5  

Title – Music Symbols
By – Rebecca Wszalek
Primary Subject – Music
Secondary Subjects – Art
Grade Level – PreK-5

Objective: Students will practice writing music symbols, dynamic markings, etc.

Materials: Sidewalk chalk, a nice day

Procedure:

Students are given one piece of sidewalk chalk per person. They are also given boundaries, since you will be outside. Pick a nice sidewalk area, preferably away from heavy traffic. Call out the music symbol you want your students to draw: treble clef, bass clef, even the staff. You may even let them choose which symbol or note they want to draw (that will guarantee success). This can be simplified for younger students so that they draw a quarter note or the pattern: ta ta titi ta. For 4th and 5th graders learning about meter, you can call out a time signature and have them compose a measure with the correct number of beats.

This lesson can be used as a good review and reward for any grade level. It also works well during times when a lot of testing is taking place. It was great to be outside and learning at the same time. It was also an added plus when the students received praise and positive feedback from their teachers, classmates and friends.

 

 

Day 2

Play the rhythm game

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More rhythm activities 

https://musicscience.net/resources/rhythm-activities-for-primary-school/

 

 

 


 

 

 

Technology 

 

 

k/1

 

 

Beaver Achiever

Pre-reader - Grade 5 | Blocks

 

Beaver Achiever

CodeMonkey Studios

Pre-reader - Grade 5 | Blocks

Help a Beaver achieve its goals! Dive into this beaver's natural habitat with a fun-packed coding activity that will jump-start your coding education. Beavers can swim, collect wood, and build dams. This little beaver needs your help. Use the simple blocks of code to complete the dam in the lake so the water remains calm, build a house, and make smoothies!

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Team 2

11:15-12:00

 

Hour of code

 

Candy Quest

Tynker

Pre-reader - Grade 5 | Blocks, Tynker

Design your own candy troll character and go on a multi-level quest for candy to help your character find its way home. You'll solve coding puzzles to navigate your character through the human world, while avoiding obstacles and collecting gumdrops and mints.

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Dragon Blast

Tynker

Grades 2-5 | Blocks, Tynker, JavaScript, Python

Choose a dragon, then embark on a quest for treasure. Blast through obstacles and gain cool power-ups as you journey through a mystical jungle. Learn sequencing, loops, conditional logic, and debugging skills along the way.

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Candy Quest

Tynker

Pre-reader - Grade 5 | Blocks, Tynker

Design your own candy troll character and go on a multi-level quest for candy to help your character find its way home. You'll solve coding puzzles to navigate your character through the human world, while avoiding obstacles and collecting gumdrops and mints.

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Team 3

8:40-9:25

Type for the first 10 minutes

Create a commercial for your product using Powtoons

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Candy Quest

Tynker

Pre-reader - Grade 5 | Blocks, Tynker

Design your own candy troll character and go on a multi-level quest for candy to help your character find its way home. You'll solve coding puzzles to navigate your character through the human world, while avoiding obstacles and collecting gumdrops and mints.

Start

 

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