Valentine’s Day Music Lesson “Red Hearts, Pink Hearts is a download and teach file that now includes a teaching video, mp3 audio files, teaching presentation for rhythms, melody and Ostinato. Easy lesson for solfege so la mi pattern. Or, for your Valentine’s Day music program. You can have your students singing and playing in one lesson. I CAN statements included for easy teaching! Best for K-3
*Please listen to the preview VIDEO for a sample of the sound files.
I Can Statements
Teaching video with audio practice tracks
Mp3 Audio Tracks with Piano Accompaniment
C Ostinato and Melody Vocal
Melody Vocal and Accompaniment Track
Accompaniment Performance Track
Sheet Music- Melody and Piano, Melody and C Ostinato
Presentation with teaching guide
Solfege Note Reading mi-so-la
Steady Beat Chart
Notes on the Staff Practice
Steady Beat Ostinato on C
5 Practice worksheets
Compose your own Valentine’s Day Song
USE THIS RESOURCE:
The longer I teach to more I am moving to VIDEO lessons. They are easy to use because I can move around the classroom and help students with the activities. Video lessons also SAVE my VOICE!
This music lesson can be used over several class times culminating in a singing and playing musical experience.
Optional learning sequence
Lesson 1-Sight Sing, Rhythmic practice, memorize the song.
Lesson 2-Review so la mi and practice sol fa using the Sol fa street. Sing and Sign with the Video or Mp3 audio tracks.
Lesson 3-Introduce the note names and play on xylophones.
Lesson 4-Sing and Play adding in the simple Steady Beat on C
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