These vocal exploration pathways are a great way to warm up your young singers' voices. They also help with students' recognition of high and low. You could even have one students sing at a time to assess your young singers' abilities to sing high and low.
It also includes information about all sorts of Australian animals. It includes what they eat and interesting facts about all the animals in the file. (13 animals in all!)
13 slides for vocal exploration. Follow the lines with your voice to reach the various spring-themed items
13 slides without the line drawn to project on a white board or SMARTboard, which allows students to draw their own patterns
13 slides with facts about the animals included in the vocal explorations. A great way to include social studies into your music class.
For more Australia based music activities, check out the following files:
Australian Food Vocal Explorations
Australian Animal Rhythm Activities
Australian Food Rhythm Activities
Ryebuck Shearer - A Song for Ta, Ti-Ti, and Ta Rest
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Australia Music Bundle - Folk Songs, Rhythm Activities, and Vocal Explorations all about Australia
Want more vocal explorations?
Check these out:
Spring Vocal Explorations
St. Patrick's Day Vocal Explorations
Fall/Autumn Vocal Explorations
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