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You first have to establish the concept of the opposite meanings of loud and soft sounds. Even though this should be an easy skill for kindergarteners and first graders, they will need to solidify and “fine tune” this skill as they develop the ability to hear the more subtle nuances between dynamic markings.
Teaching the concept of high and low sounds to children is sometimes difficult. This item is a set of colorful visuals and activities to help students learn about the high and low sounds in music. Use the picture cards to play fun games and activities while they learn about the piccolo and tuba. Posters and picture cards included. All based on Standard 6—Listening and Analyzing and reinforce reading and literacy skills.
Fun activities for your kindergartners, 1st-2nd graders to experience tempo, fast-slow, while also reinforcing literacy skills such as sorting and labeling. The children pretend to be elephants in the jungle and cars in a traffic jam as they move around the room.
Based on Standard 6—Listening/Analyzing, these colorful card sets will be a great addition to your lessons as you teach these concepts. Activities and assessment ideas included. And there are also suggestions for reinforcing literacy skills to satisfy the new mandates for including those skills in every subject area.
Remember even what you think may be a simple skill may not be for your younger students. Different cultures have different meanings for words.