Let’s wear green and go find the gold! It’s underneath the rainbow!
I think March music lessons can be especially fun with rainbows, Leprechauns and some gold scattered around.
That’s why I’m sharing some fun music and movement activities you can use in your elementary March music classes.
ST. PATRICK’S DAY LEPRECHAUN FREEZE DANCE ACTIVITY
MARCH ST. PATRICK’S DAY MUSIC AND MOVEMENT ACTIVITIES
March music lesson activities can be much more than dancing Leprechauns. Here are some more Free activities you can do in your March music classes.
RHYTHM STICK PLAY ALONG
LEPRECHAUN SCARF ACTIVITY
St. Patrick’s Day Scarf Activity and action song “The Leprechaun is Hiding Underneath the Rainbow” is a fun St. Patrick’s Day scarf activity.
The St. Paddy’s Action song can be used with or without scarves. The song is a story about the Leprechaun looking for gold.
You can get this free scarf and movement activity for elementary music classes, music and movement and PE classes at the Sing Play Create Teachers Pay Teachers Store.
And if you’re teaching online, you may want to use this video to help your students with ideas on homemade scarves.
FOLK DANCE AND SONG
St. Patrick’s Day Song and dance “St. Patrick was a Gentleman” is a fun music class lesson and dance. You can download the lesson for FREE! Free elementary music lesson for St. Patrick’s Day.
A song and dance with orff music elements. Learn how to dance to this familiar Irish folk song. Lyrics and a simple accompaniment is included. Try adding in a bordun in dm for some added fun!
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I’m hoping that these St. Patrick’s Day music and movement activities will help you with your elementary March music lesson activities.
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