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I Hear Spring!
Let’s Talk About ENCANTO
Encanto activities include a new song with Orff arrangement a YouTube movement video to “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” AND PARACHUTE video! Plus a link to a great Disney resource! Check it all OUT!
Amanda Gorman’s book, “Change Sings”, inspired this new 3-part round that uses an African proverb to begin the journey of a call to action to be the change in the world. A slide presentation with lesson plans, audio, video, and sheet music resources. See all the resources and listen to the song.
This song for younger singers is a companion to Amanda Gorman’s book, “Change Sings.” With lots of repetition and sequencing, this easy-to-learn song is a perfect concert selection. See all the resources here. The resource includes suggested movements and opportunities to create your own movement.
The One-Beat Diner of Remarkable Rhythms-Writing Rhythm Resource
Who Has Seen the Wind, The Remix-Lesson Plans in a Slide Presentation Format
The classic song, “Who Has Seen the Wind?” has been REMIXED and is ready for winter, spring, summer, and fall windy weather! Perfect for teaching half notes, low la, and minor tonality, the teaching process includes Orff and Kodaly approaches along with recorder and movement sections.
Jazz Musician, Thelonious Monk-Info, videos, and movement activity
- His biography information
- A movement activity for his song “Stuffy Turkey”
- Musical objectives: AABA form, solo/improvisation
Awesome Additions for Anytime of Year
These awesome additions include quality music activities that aren’t seasonal but have a great engagement factor for many kids.