Love to sing in your classroom? Desert Habitat Educational Song “Coyote, Coyote” is perfect for preschool, elementary, homeschooling lessons and elementary music western themed music programs.
I hope all elementary music teachers know that they can up student learning using songs that connect to your learning goals.
Believe me! Children love to sing about nature, the earth, animals.
DESERT HABITAT EDUCATIONAL SONG “COYOTE, COYOTE”
Get your students “howling” with this jazzy upbeat sing along video or use the vocal and performance music tracks.
And it’s true that video’s are easy to use in your homeschooling or distance learning classes.
By the way, I know your students will love learning about desert habitats when they get to sing the Coyote song!
This Desert Habitat Resource Includes:
- Power Point presentation with lyrics
- Storybook pages
- Mp3 Tracks for Vocal and Accompaniment
- Sing along Video
- Hand Motion Directions
- Science Standards Connections
- Lyric Sheet students can color (black and white)
- Writing Activities: Mini-book and full page activities
- Coloring Pages
Just look at this adorable Coyote puppet you can use to teach the song!
HOW TO USE THE DESERT HABITAT SONG “COYOTE, COYOTE”
The video makes it easy to use during your morning meetings, brain break time and reward activities.
Combine the song and writing activities with your existing habitat lesson materials.
Perfect for Pre-K, Kindergarten, First, Second and Third grade Habitat lessons.
Music Teachers! Add this song to your desert and western music programs.
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WHY USE SONGS TO TEACH?
Desert habitat literacy and science concepts are made easy when students sing, read, and write about them.
Interactive! Singing and moving keeps students engaged.
Connections! Singing and moving help make brain connections strong.
Fun! Keep everyone learning because Singing and moving is FUN!
Students love to sing about things they are learning in their classrooms.
You’ll want to read this blog post on why SINGING, MOVING, PLAYING is so helpful for children.
SONGS FOR TEACHING ABOUT DESERT HABITATS
You may want to check out more of my teaching songs.
“Coyote, Coyote” is one of the 4 desert habitat learning songs.
“It’s Hot in the Desert” Desert Habitat song.
Sing this desert song with your students to learn about habitats. Desert habitat, science lessons are so easy when students sing, read and write about the desert.
Rockin’ upbeat song with vocal and karaoke tracks, “It’s Hot in the Desert”.
Perfect for Music and Science in First, Second and Third grade Habitat lessons and Music programs.
Desert habitat science lessons are so easy when students sing, read and write about the desert. Three Beat Western style with vocal and karaoke tracks, “Saguaro Cactus”.
Perfect for Music and Science, First, Second and Third grade Habitat lessons and Music programs.
Power Point presentation with lyrics
Mp3 Tracks for Vocal and Accompaniment
Hand Motion Directions
Science Standards Connections
Printable Lyric Sheet students can color
4 Saguaro Cactus Landscape photos
Ultimately you’ll want to grab the attention of your students and keep it.
You can do this by using songs that connect with your learning goals.
Here are some ways you can use this song in the elementary music classroom.
Why not sing the song during your morning meetings?
How about sing it right after lunch before you begin doing worksheets?
Or, sing it at the end of school which will send your students home with a smile.
All of these strategies will help your students make strong learning connections.
Sing and Learn about “Sunshine” as part of your weather, literacy and science centers.
It’s perfect for the STEAM Classroom teacher using music to reinforce science concepts.
No matter what, your students will learn all about weather, animals, habitats and plants when they sing too!
HOW TO MAKE LEARNING CONNECTIONS
Sing easy songs that students can learn in one or two times.
Use the hand actions to keep everyone engaged.
Connect with your science lessons. For example; photosynthesis lessons.
Use the writing activities with the songs.
Allow students to color as they learn the process of PHOTOSYNTHESIS.
WAYS TO USE LEARNING SONGS IN THE CLASSROOM
Looking for more ways to integrate Music and Science? Use science songs as part of a music program about the WEATHER.
Be sure to include the hand actions.
The students love to sing about things they are learning in their classrooms.
Combine these Desert Songs with some of your favorite folk songs about animals in their habitats.
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I hope these desert habitat songs come in handy for your science and music lessons.
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