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Oral tradition is essential to all societies. This is particularly important in societies where a large number people were not literate. The culture and traditions of most African civilizations was not carried on through a written language. The history and traditions of Africa were continued ove
Explore the excitement of designing your very own unique instrument virtually! Using Microsoft Power Point, students design and build their own virtual music instrument. This power point introduces concepts of frequency, found sounds, rate, sampling, and inserting and using animations within power
Sing Ollie Sing offers a musical as a perfect culmination of American history. Touching on four different times we begin with the pilgrims sailing to America and meeting Squanto. Next is a look at our Founding Fathers during the American Revolution. Third is a skit on the Lincoln / Douglas debates a
I use this activity when I teach rhythm vs. beat. I teach the song/chant Engine, Engine Number 9 first. Then I print out these pages. The track page is one per student (or pair) and one train page each. I laminate all the pages and cut out the trains and paperclip them to the track page. Then I ask
This is a game format that teaches students about the time period of 1959 - 1972. Included are entrepreneurial tasks, fun fate cards, a time line activity, and lots of good music.
Virtual Field trip format enables learners to investigate the properties of sound creation with applications to various band instruments.
This is the SCRIPT ONLY that will allow you to create a Renaissance style FEASTE with your students. It is not only a great performance and cultural event for your students but we have done this annually with our students and regularly make $10,000. Note: If you are interested in the planning packe
Whatever the Weather! Twelve original songs piggyback onto traditional tunes and include such weather as wind, humidity, different clouds, different rain, thunder and lightning, tornado, snow, rainbow, and sunshine. The water cycle is also included. Simple staging and costumes are suggested. Check o
Chemistry and the state of matter! These eleven songs were too advanced for my transitional kindergarten class but I still had fun writing them! But you might have fun incorporating them with my chemistry musical: Chemistry in Song - Water Matters!
Having a hard time giving students pitch references with your piano through your video call platform? Try this out! Share your screen and sound.Hit present and click away for all the piano action!

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