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Melody-

l, s, m/singing voice
"This is My Speaking Voice"
September "Sing Your Name"
"Snail Snail"
Roller coaster sing/draw

Rhythm- ta, ti ti, quarter rest,


plus literacy
Steady beat- assess if they can
keep one
Steady beat work- tap body
parts to classical pieces
Steady beat work- let them
choose places to tap

"Here We Sit"- body solfege


October

Steady beat with "Here We Sit"


Steady beat with "Icky Sticky"-
Present s, m with "Here We Sit" talk about same/different
Ghost sirens
Five Little Monkeys
"Lucy Locket"

November

Basketball siren exercise

"Little Tommy Titlemouse"

Present ta and ti ti with


"Titlemouse"

Animal sounds for high/low


pitches
"Mr. Wiggle and Mr. Waggle"

Small instrument playing- bells,


woodblock, etc.

December

"My Aunt Came Back"


"Going on a Bear Hunt"

Review ta and ti ti- Present


quarter rest
Present literacy with unifix
cubes

January

"Mother Mother"
"Bow Wow Wow"
"Icky Sticky Bubblegum"

February

"I Have Found the Closet Key"


Literacy work with s, m on
paper individually

Unifix cubes individually

Poison Rhythm game

February

"Mouse, Mousie"
"Who Has the Penny?"
Present l with "Who Has the
Penny?"
March
Pipe cleaner voice trains

Write in rhythms under


pictures for "Lucy Locket"
Write in rhythms under
pictures for "Who Has the
Penny?"
Lunch fruit depicting ta and ti ti-
they composer their own
rhythms

Practice songs for program


Practice songs for program
April
Practice songs for program

"Mother, Mother"
May

"Peas Porridge Hot"


"Long Legged Sailor"

Practice literacy skills for


program
Practice literacy skills for
program

Poison Rhythm game


Write rhythms vs. beat for
"Peas Porridge Hot"

Harmony- rhythm and beat,


ostinato, listening skills

Form- question/answer, AA AB Movement- gross motor


(same and different), ABA
skills, balance, fine motor
"Teddy Bear"

"Sing Your Name"- AA form


"Teddy Bear"- Review heartbeat with body solfege
"Teddy Bear"- Review clapping
rhythm

"Bounce High Bounce Low"


"Snail Snail"
"I'm Going Down to Town"
"Do As I'm Doing"

"Olympic Fanfare"- Arnaud


Clap rhythm to "Here We Sit"
Echo Clapping

"Olympic Fanfare"- Arnaud


"Head, Shoulders, Knees, and
Toes"
"Charlie Over the Ocean"
"Jump Jim Joe"

"Rainbow Fish"mood music

Jingle Bells drawing/listening


activity for form- Present
same/different (ABA form)

The Nutcracker book

Danish Dance Song


"March" from the Nutcracker "March" from the Nutcracker

"March" movement map

Movement to Nutcracker
movements
"My Aunt Came Back"

"Who's That Tapping at the


Window?"

"Going on a Bear Hunt"

Piano improv- they march, glide,


jump, etc.
"Promenade"- Mussorgsky

Piano improv- they march,


glide, jump, etc.- assess
listening too, as well as gross
motor skills
"Bow Wow Wow"
"Promenade"- Mussorgsky

"Promenade" listening map


Ostinato clap, others sing l, s, m
patterns or one of our songs

"Ring Around the Rosy"

"Mouse, Mousie"
"Follow Me, Follow Me"

"Button You Must Wander"

"William Tell Overture"

"Goin on a Picnic"

"William Tell Overture"

"Make a Little Motion"

Practice movement games


Practice instrument playing

Practice movement games

Practice instrument playing

Practice movement games


Disscussion about the
program- some writing too?
"Hallelujah Chorus"- Handel

"John Kanocka"

"Let Us Chase the Squirrel"


"Peas Porridge Hot"

"Hallelujah" listening map

"Long Legged Sailor"

Collaboration- working
with others

Holiday Songs

Pitch Matching/Solo Singing

"I Know an Old Lady"


"Sing Your Name"- assess
initial pitch matching
"Snail Snail"
"Down by the Bay"

Roller coaster sing/draw


"Here We Sit"

"Five Little Pumpkins"


"Little Tommy Titlemouse"
"Looby Loo"
"Five Fat Turkeys"
"Jump Jim Joe"

Basketball siren exercise

"Jingle Bells"
"I Know an Old Lady Who
Swallowed Some Snow"
The Nutcracker Unit

"Where Are the Animals?"

Work in groups to come up


with actions to a
movement
"Hose" treatment
"Who's That Tapping at the
Window?"
Unifix cubes with partner-
ta ti ti- Assess
collaboration skills
"Bow Wow Wow"
"Five Little Snowmen"
S, m literacy on folded
paper with partner
"Ring Around the Rosy"

"I Have Found the Closet Key"

"Button You Must Wander" Music in Our Schools Month!

"Who Has the Penny?"

"Goin on a Picnic"
"Doggie, Doggie, Where's
Your Bone?"

"Make a Little Motion"


Informance for Principal and
1st Grade Teachers
Working together towards
the program
1st Grade Program

"Let Us Chase the Squirrel"


"Sing Your Name"- assess
ending pitch matching skills

"John Kanocka"
"I Know an Old Lady Who
Swallowed Some Sand"