Looking for ways to celebrate Black History Month in your music classroom? This product includes:
*5 songs for Black History Month
: Freedom Train, Joe Turner Blues, Go Down Moses, Old House, and Peanut Butter and Jelly
*Notes about each song,
as well as suggested song activities
*Eight book mini-lessons for these books:
"Dizzy," "What a Wonderful World," "Follow the Drinking Gourd," "I See the Rhythm," "Ben's Trumpet," "To Be a Drum," "Duke Ellington: Piano Prince and his Orchestra," and "Charlie Parker Played Be Bop." All mini-lessons include objectives, materials, National Music standards (NCCAS) met, process; most also include extensions. Note: Many of the book mini-lessons include recommendations for various recordings. I could not include these recordings due to copyright issues.
*PDF files with music/sounds embedded for these books:
"Dizzy," "Ben's Trumpet," and "To Be a Drum" (all music is royalty free)
*Instrument identification worksheet for "Ben's Trumpet"
*Colorful printables of famous African-Americans to use during lessons and/or for a bulletin board,
including musicians, artists, inventors, and more
*Visuals to teach "Old House"
Many of the activities in this product could also be used for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Download the preview file to see more!
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