This fun game song can be played indoors and comes with an accompaniment part. It is interactive and is great for present and practice of "titi". Here is what you get:
*RHYTHM: the text is contained in chicken eggs that are on roosting shelves in the coop. Tap the eggs that contain two syllables and it will light up and crow. Tap the single syllable eggs and get no light and a "noooooooo" sound. Write the rhythm notation by dragging the sticks up from the boxes on the floor.
*QUESTION and ANSWER: Discuss where the questions and answers are (the request and response). Ask which one contains eggs with only one syllable. Tap and it will light up and crow. The other will respond with a buzzzzzz.
*XYLOPHONE: There is accompaniment here and it provides the opportunity to discuss which is lower, do - mi- or so. There are eggs that are color coded and on three shelves. There is a staff above that has the notation embedded in it. Tap on the staff above the eggs and get the notation.
*GAME: Directions are included.
This is brought to you by KODALY MUSIC WITH MRS PERRY
Let's Catch a Rooster
by arranger, Debra Keller-Perry
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