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Music and Movement Lesson: “Funny Little Bunny” Rhythms, Video & Mp3 Tracks

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Let’s hop to the rhythm little bunnies! Incorporate movement into your spring themed music classes with “Funny Little Bunny music and movement lesson. Teach rhythms, how to play an Ostinato, while including creating, moving and singing activities. Best for PreK-2nd grade.

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Let’s hop to the rhythm little bunnies! Incorporate movement into your spring themed music classes with “Funny Little Bunny music and movement lesson. Teach rhythms, how to play an Ostinato, while including creating, moving and singing activities. Best for PreK-2nd grade.

* All Videos and Presentation are Easily uploaded and usable in Google Classroom or other Digital Learning Scenarios.

*Please download the preview for an audio sample.

CONCEPTS:

Eighth Notes paired, Quarter Note, Quarter Rest

Create

Express

Move

Say and Play Rhythms

RESOURCE INCLUDES:

Teacher Guide

Sing a long VIDEO

PDF for easy printing

Power Point Presentation

TEACHING DIRECTIONS

Action Activity, Dance, Create a Movement, Rhythm & Improvisation

Mp3 Vocal and Accompaniment Tracks

Rhythm Worksheet for quarter & eighth notes

Rhythm Worksheet for quarter note, quarter rest & eighth notes

Coloring Sheet

HOW TO USE THIS MUSIC RESOURCE:

• Video: Use the video as a teaching tool, brain break or sub lesson plan.

• Use the PDF File for printing.

• Use the Presentation to teach the music concepts.

• Use the Song Storybook to teach the lyrics.

• Use the game, Dance and Rhythm Lessons over several class times.

• Pre-K: Sing the Song, Action Activity, Create a Movement

• KINDERS: Use the Actions for a spring music program. Use it as movement activity paired with spring music lessons.

• FIRST GRADE: Use the Rhythm and Rhythmic Ostinato lessons in addition to the other activities. Consider using the Improvisation Activity per student ability.

• SECOND GRADE: Use all the other activities and the Create your own actions. Students can work in small groups and present their creations to the class. Use the Improvisation Activity.

• Use the Dance as an activity song or reward activity. Use the create new lyrics activity with students as an extension lesson for all grades.

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