Listening Activity for Elementary Music: March of the Kitchen Utensils

Janis Aston
Grade Levels
K - 2nd
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Janis Aston


A fun Elementary Music Listening and movement activity and Elementary Music Lesson for K-2nd grades

Students pretend to be knives, forks and spoons as they demonstrate the different sections in this fun piece of music, March Past of the Kitchen Utensils by Ralph Vaughan Williams

The shorter version used for this activity is found in the MacMillan Share the Music series - ABACABA.

Children will march and skip to show the even and uneven beats and the patterns they hear.

Elementary Music Lesson plans and assessments are included.

Another great benefit to this activity is that it contains directions for how to use it in online portfolio evaluations. Several states are requiring related arts teachers to submit video showing progress. This activity can be done with students showing comprehension, progress, and retention in just two lessons!

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