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- Do you need a fun set of Camp Songs with MUSIC LITERACY activities for your K-5 music classes? Your students will love the DIFFERENTIATED Orff arrangements and the VARIETY included in this bundle. Performance activities will have students actively engaged singing, playing, reading pitch, rhythm, and$13.50$17.00Save $3.50
Do you need a Silly Camp Song with MUSIC LITERACY activities for your K-5 music classes? Your students will love Baby Shark and the DIFFERENTIATED Orff arrangement. Performance activities will have students actively engaged singing, playing, moving, reading rhythm, solfege, and treble clef note names.
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**Click “Play" to listen to the attainable, fun Orff accompaniments in the video preview above.
Song Arrangements Included in this Easy-to-Use BUNDLE
- Baby Shark (Grades K-5)
- Apples & Bananas (Grades K-5)
- The Ants Go Marching (Grades K-5)
- Michael Row the Boat (Grades 2-5)
to Orff arrangements in the video previews.
Engaging Instrumental Accompaniments Included
- Two rhythmic percussion patterns
- Two melodic percussion patterns
- Ukulele/guitar chords
- Ostinato patterns of varying difficulties.
- Music is notated with and without note name prompts
Also Included in this Helpful Lesson
- Student learning outcomes
- "I Can" Statements written in simple to understand student language
- A simple, doable, observational assessment option with rubric
- Large easy-to-read music notation
- Simple piano accompaniment
- Percussion ensemble score
- Built-in review
- Guided instruction teaching Soˌ Laˌ Tiˌ Do on the staff while integrating solfege signs
- Built-in student response throughout activities
- Learn about sharks
- Movement activity
- An editable slide with border for customization of lesson if desired
- A slide which may be printed as a poster to display in classroom
**The song and accompaniments are notated in the key of G to be recorder friendly. Chords are included to make it easy to add ukulele and/or guitar.
Lessons in this Music Literacy Series do not dictate the use of one specific rhythm syllable system. You may use any rhythm reading system - Kodály, French Time, Gordon, Takadimi, or Numerical.
If you are looking for more READY-TO-USE music reading lessons using ICONIC and STANDARD music notation, don't pass up the sequential bundles below.
- Rhythm Reading Activity BUNDLE
- Music Reading Activity BUNDLE - So, Mi
- Music Reading Activity BUNDLE - So, La, Mi
- Music Reading Activity BUNDLE - Do, Re, Mi
- Music Reading Activity BUNDLE - Do, Mi, So
- Music Reading Activity BUNDLE - Do, Re, Mi + So
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