A Music Class Favorite. “Where’s the Easter Egg”” is a fun and interactive game song will help students reinforce Kodaly and Instrument playing skills. Lessons, Cute graphics and teaching pages complete this bundle for a whole months worth of activities for K-4
A Music Class Favorite. “Where’s the Easter Egg” is a fun and interactive game song will help students reinforce Kodaly and Instrument playing skills. Lessons, Cute graphics and teaching pages complete this bundle for a whole months worth of activities for K-4
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Play Bass Ostinato
What a fun way to practice do mi so la playing a game that uses DYNAMICS as a way for students to find the missing “egg”.
This bundle includes so many tools for teaching YOUR way.
You’ll find lesson ideas for 4 lessons.
Sheet music for the Melody and Bass Ostinato.
Solfege notes plus an adorable Solfa Street using an “Egg” theme.
Note Names page
Bass Ostinato pages
Mp3 of the melody if needed
Cute Picture of Xylophone with notes used in the song marked.
4 Printables that have students practice writing notes on the Staff and 1 Coloring printable.
Dynamics review pages-each symbol get’s it’s own page. You could print and use them on a bulletin board or for any class activity.
Curwen Hand Sign pics for do mi so la
USE THIS RESOURCE:
The game is adaptable for any age and the materials can be used for different levels.
K-1 sing the song and play the game.
2-3 Sing and Play the Song and add in the Ostinato-play the game.
4 Sing and Play the Song and add in the Ostinato. Ask students to compose another Ostinato-either Rhythmic or Melodic. **This is a DIGITAL DOWNLOAD. No physical items will be mailed to you.** After purchase you will receive an email receipt with a link to download your purchase. You will receive a text file with the download link. The text file will have a LINK to your resource. You will open the text file and copy paste the LINK in your browser which will start the download. If you have any problems with the download. Please email us and we will get you the resource.Questions? Email [email protected]