Reindeer Body Percussion Steady Beat Play Along Activity. Get ready to move on the beat! These active reindeer are pawing in the snow to play with your students! All the body percussion actions are on the Steady Beat. Students will love to move with the reindeer as the move to the beat of the music in the VIDEO. You can have them practice the patterns, with the video, then students can create their own body percussion moves using the FLASH CARDS and GOOGLE SLIDES activities. The teacher guide offers music lesson outlines and activities for music activities for the month of December. This resource offers a variety of teaching strategies and learning experiences to help your students internalize the steady beat. Best for PreK-2nd Grade
This Body Percussion Resource is a set of materials for a complete unit.
Lesson plan outlines included.
VIDEO- The video is [7:30] minutes long. You will be able to use segments of the video for your classes-or use the entire video.
Teaching Presentation in PPT and PDF Files
Teaching presentation of the Video Activity
Flash Cards- Poster, Quarter sizes of each action (color & bl/wt)
Flash Cards of presentation slides (color & bl/wt)
Steady Beat Create Template
Icon strips-1 pattern and full page
Google Slides Activity & Digital Graphics
Body Percussion Guide for each pattern.
VIDEO- Video includes 1 pattern of each action. Each pattern is played 2 times.
GOOGLE SLIDES- DRAG & DROP IMAGES and a CREATE YOUR OWN BODY PERCUSSION ACTIVITY (8 slides premade- teacher can make more as needed)
Teacher Guide: Unit Overview: Teaching Steps, Activity Directions
Teaching Steps, Learning Goals, Essential Questions
Video includes actions of each individual moves and combinations.
Drag and Drop images
Create your own body percussion patterns and play them.
USE THIS RESOURCE:
Easy to use online in the virtual classroom as the directions are already in the video!
Use the flashcards and google slides in smaller groups and at stations.
Use the presentation to teach the actions.
Perfect for a SUB TUB activity.
HOMESCHOOL: Use this activity with your preschool and younger elementary children. It’s a great activity to help your children experience the steady beat through movement.