Vocal and Pitch Exploration Activity: There's a Dino in the Music Room!

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K - 3rd
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  1. Vocal exploration is extremely important in the primary years to help students develop their head voice and become comfortable with inflections in reading. This growing bundle includes activities with visuals, reading/children's literature, and more to help your kids develop self-confidence with the
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Vocal and pitch exploratory activities for grades pre-K through second grade are engaging, especially when they involve stories. "There's a Dino in Music Class!" is a no-prep (except printing one set) activity that tells the goofy story about how we'd react if a dino got loose in the class. In the activity, you simply tell the story while holding up the word and a "visual" of what the word describes. The students react to the word and the visual to produce a variety of sounds that will get them out of chest voice. This is a great warm-up activity for your primary-aged kids. The activity includes:

  • Lesson plan/process
  • Enrichment idea
  • Dinosaur graphic
  • Pterdactyl graphic
  • Eight words/nonsense syllables for vocal and pitch exploration

See it in action at my YouTube channel

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