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MUSIC

Each child gets to participate in music during a thirty minute class time each week. During that time, students sing, learn to read music, play rhythm instruments, learn about composers, practice for programs, and much more!  Students in 3rd through 6th grade learn to play the recorder. 

Different grade levels or individual students perform throughout the year in programs such as:

 

*Veteran’s Day Program

*Christmas Program

*Spring Program

*Talent Show   

Music aids in helping students develop discipline, creativity, confidence, and improves critical thinking skills. It helps enhance memory and teaches students about many different cultures. 

Online Resources

Barefoot Books - A series of engaging online activities and sing a long books for students. 

Rhythm and Recorder play a longs online.

50 Online Art and Music Resources to Help Kids Learn and Create from Home 

pbskids.org - Music Games and activities. 

A Place of Your Own shows how to make musical instruments out of recycled materials.

Chrome Music Lab - Explore musical concepts and sounds.

Classics for Kids -  Offers videos, games, quizzes, and activities about classical music composers.

 

                                                                

**SEE MRS. HARRELL'S PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND PICTURES OF MUSIC PROGRAMS.

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  • Music Class

    *Third grades are learning to play the recorder in music class. Students need to remember to have all music supplies each week at their scheduled music time.

    *Fifth and Sixth grades are working on Patriotic and Christmas songs on the recorder.  Students are also working in the Recorder Express Book and learning rhythms on the bucket drums. Students need to remember all music supplies each week at their scheduled music time.

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