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SongWorks® for Children

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    • 1 Music Skills: Rhythm & Beat

    • Features
    • Music Skills
    • (1) Viewpoints align with SongWorks principles. Full statements appear in "Principles of SongWorks for Children." (2) After a variety of experiences with performing the rhythm (tapping syllables of words) and beat (tapping the steady pulse) of...
    • Aint No Mountain High Enough Movement 1

    • Pops
    • Movement
    • For the repeated words of the chorus, the teacher introduces simple movements that reflect the word meanings. The song was described to children as a message from someone like their parents, who would help them if they ever needed help. Teacher and...
    • Aint No Mountain High Enough Movement 2

    • Pops
    • Movement
    • For the repeated words of the chorus, the teacher introduces simple movements that reflect the word meanings. The song was described to children as a message from someone like their parents, who would help them if they ever needed help. Teacher and...
    • Aint No Mountain High Enough Movement 3

    • Pops
    • Movement
    • For the repeated words of the chorus, the teacher introduces simple movements that reflect the word meanings. The song was described to children as a message from someone like their parents, who would help them if they ever needed help. Teacher and...
    • Aint No Mountain High Enough Movement 4

    • Pops
    • Movement
    • Children had been introduced to this song and movement in previous classes. The song was described to children as a message from someone like their parents, who would help them if they ever needed help. After introducing simple movements for the...
    • Aint No Mountain High Enough Movement 5

    • Pops
    • Movement
    • Children had been introduced to this song and movement in previous classes. The song was described to children as a message from someone like their parents, who would help them if they ever needed help. After introducing simple movements for the...
    • Aint No Mountain High Enough Movement 6

    • Pops
    • Movement
    • Children had been introduced to this song and movement in previous classes. The song was described to children as a message from someone like their parents, who would help them if they ever needed help. After introducing simple movements for the...
    • All Join Hands Read 1

    • Singing Games
    • Read
    • (1) Previously, children had played a game in which they walked in a circle for the first section and offered movement ideas ("around we go") for the second section of the song. (For the score and musical content for this song, see SongWorks 2:...
    • All Join Hands Read 2

    • Singing Games
    • Read
    • (1) Previously, children had played a game in which they walked in a circle for the first section and offered movement ideas ("around we go") for the second section of the song. (For the score and musical content for this song, see SongWorks 2:...
    • All Join Hands Read 3

    • Singing Games
    • Read
    • (1) Previously, children had played a game in which they walked in a circle for the first section and offered movement ideas ("around we go") for the second section of the song. (For the score and musical content for this song, see SongWorks 2:...
    • All Join Hands Read 4

    • Singing Games
    • Read
    • (1) Previously, children had played a game in which they walked in a circle for the first section and offered movement ideas ("around we go") for the second section of the song. (For the score and musical content for this song, see SongWorks 2:...
    • Ally Ally O Read 1

    • Singing Games
    • Read
    • (1) Previous to reading, children had experienced a game in which groups of parents and children were in separate ships moving around the room to the song. Children got to announce "Ahoy there" and where their ship was going between repetitions of...
    • Ally Ally O Read 2

    • Singing Games
    • Read
    • (1) Previous to reading, children had experienced a game in which groups of parents and children were in separate ships moving around the room to the song. Children got to announce "Ahoy there" and where their ship was going between repetitions of...
    • Ally Ally O Read 3

    • Singing Games
    • Read
    • (1) Previous to reading, children had experienced a game in which groups of parents and children were in separate ships moving around the room to the song. Children got to announce "Ahoy there" and where their ship was going between repetitions of...
    • Alouette Game 1

    • Foreign Language Songs
    • Game
    • (1) Children had been introduced to this song in a previous class meeting. The teacher reintroduces the song with verbal and motor reminders about the French words and meanings. Parents are the "nest" for the children (alouettes)"(2) Notice how the...
    • Alouette Game 2

    • Foreign Language Songs
    • Game
    • (1) Children had been introduced to this song in a previous class meeting. The teacher reintroduces the song with verbal and motor reminders about the French words and meanings. Parents are the "nest" for the children (alouettes)"(2) Notice how the...
    • Alouette Game 3

    • Foreign Language Songs
    • Game
    • Children had been introduced to this song in a previous class meeting. Parents are the "nest" for the children (alouettes), and this mother and child show their glee with the activity.
    • Alouette Singing

    • Foreign Language Songs
    • Singing
    • Children had been introduced to this song in the previous class meeting. The teacher reintroduces the song by showing children a photograph to prompt the name of the song.
    • Also Sprach Zarathustra

    • Classics
    •  
    • (1) Traditionally in MusicPlay, children volunteer to announce the piece of music and the composer as we play with the classics. (2) Difficult as this piece is to pronounce, one boy comes very close to saying the title. It is not clear whether the...
    • Also Sprach Zarathustra Composer 1

    • Classics
    • Movement
    • Showing the children a picture of the composer helps them receive the message that real people write music. Children are asked to describe what they see in the picture as the teacher frequently speaks the composer's name and the title of the...

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