Here's a fun way to learn MUSIC THEORY using concepts in math, science and art.
Learn about the MATHEMATICS of Music.
While reviewing numbers, counting, dividing, fractions, time, math symbols, rations, volumes (decibels) you can also show rhythm, different musical notes/rests and dynamics in a fun way...
PLUS find out who the MATHEMATICIANS are from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic time periods.
Learn about the SCIENCE of Music.
You can study about different gases (air), bats, ears and ear drums, frequency, hertz, metal (solids), sound and sound waves through different Instruments, vibration, wavelengths, water (liquids) and watch how fun it is for children to learn about pitch and tone, scales, flats and sharps, and intervals.
PLUS find out who the SCIENTISTS are from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic time periods.
Learn about the ART of Music.
It's so fun to draw a correlation between drawing lines in art and how music uses lines (staff, melody and solo lines). While discussing shapes and dimensions, bring in the art of harmony (duets, trios, quartets) and parts (Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass). Talking about color, hue and value, introduce the students to chords.
PLUS find out who the ARTISTS are from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic time periods.
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