Students will love singing, reading, writing and moving to this fun Cowboy Song. Play the VIDEO sing a long as students gallop around the room. The writing activities support K-3 writing Standards. Perfect for Kindergarten through Second Grade Literacy Centers.
HOW TO USE:
Integrate music and literacy in your morning circle/meeting time.
Use as a Music presentation for parents
Little reader to print for Read Aloud activities
Black and white full page and 1/2 page to print for Centers and Daily 5, small groups and individual reading.
Movie/Video to sing along
Mp3 Song Tracks to play and sing.
15 writing activities with graphic organizers for "cowboy's" and "cowgirls".
Poster to encourage reading to print or project
Activity Directions for movement.
Product comes in a PDF and in a Power Point presentation.
My students and teachers absolutely love this song.
MOVIE to use to teach the song and lyrics. Use at a computer for small groups or whole class activities.
READ the words aloud without the Music.
READ the words as students sing.
READ in small groups for a Center-Daily 5
PRINT and READ as a BOOK for Daily 5
READ as a REWARD for class or student achievement.
Perfect to integrate literacy, music and movement.
It's the perfect song for Kindergarten and First Grade Programs too.
Movement Activity: The western style accompaniment has them galloping around the room like happy horses.
The students love to pat their knees on "chaps" and point to their heads on "hat" and "howl to the moon" like a Coyote!
Brain Break Activity
I'ts also a great song for Activity Time-galloping around the circle or taking turns galloping inside the circle. When the music stops the "gallopers" tap another student and trade places. They absolutely love it!
MU:Cr1.1.Ka With guidance, explore and experience music concepts (such as beat and melodic contour).
MU:Pr4.3.Ka With guidance,demonstrate awareness of
expressive qualities (such as voice quality, dynamics, and
tempo) that support the creators’ expressive intent.
MU:Cn11.0.Ka Demonstrate understanding of relationships
between music and the other arts, other disciplines, varied
contexts, and daily life.
This is great for DRAMA, DANCE and SOCIAL STUDIES TOO!
The vocal is an adult female voice.
Other Fun Songs you can use to integrate music with common core