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Music Lessons: “I Had a Dog” and “Doggie, Doggie” Songs, Activities Kodaly, Orff"

Students love the popular and easy to teach game songs, “I Had a Dog” and “Doggie, Doggie” and you’ll love the UNIT of ideas included with everything you need to teach the Games, solfege, rhythms, melody and Ostinato parts!

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““Doggie, Doggie Where’s Your Bone?” Is a favorite Kodaly game song for elementary children. (Easily use these materials to “”chant”” if you can not sing.) The materials provide a variety of ways to encourage learning and practicing sol-la-mi patterns, independent singing and social skills like “taking turns”. The VIDEOS, audio and presentation files will help you give your students a variety of learning opportunities to develop beat, rhythm and pitch/melody skills. Videos are perfect for online teaching. Best for K-2.

CONCEPTS:

mi-so-la

half notes (or LONG and SHORT)

Singing and Playing Notes (staff notes included on the sheet music)

Taking Turns

Singing solo

RESOURCE INCLUDES:

This resource provides materials for an entire unit of learning.

Teaching Presentation for: Beat, Rhythm, Solfege/ melody, Lyrics and Create your own verse activity.

Video: Teaching video of beat, rhythm, melody with audio files. Including sound files for each section of the video.

Video: Sing a long video with beat, rhythm and solfege activity.

6 Lesson Plan Outlines

I CAN STATEMENTS

Sheet Music –solfege, lyrics, note names

Game Directions

Worksheets

Audio Files: vocal, accompaniment

Teacher Guide with directions and teaching tips

Music and Worksheets:

Sight sing the melody

So mi la melody

Lyric melody

Note name melody

Write the rhythms L 1

Write the rhythms L2

Write so mi

Write so mi la

Combo sheet with rhythm and & melody L1

Combo sheet with rhythm and & melody L2

USE THIS RESOURCE TO REINFORCE SKILLS USING A VARIETY OF ACTIVITIES

Providing time for students to explore ways to show the music does take time, but it’s so worth it!

This resource provides materials for an entire unit of learning.

Practice Beat

Practice Rhythms- introduce half note

Play the Game

Students sing and sign- introduce la or reinforce so mi

Worksheets-practice writing rhythms and melodies

Create Ostinato

Sing together

Make up a “doggie” dance

HOMESCHOOL APPLICATIONS:

Easily adaptable to a homeschool setting. No music skills required to enjoy the sing along video and game.

Use the Videos to teach the song and music skills.

Use the worksheets for practice.”

Music Lessons: “I Had a Dog” and “Doggie, Doggie” Songs, Activities Kodaly, Orff”

$8.50
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