Thursday, May 24, 2018

Music & Musical Instruments Pre--Up



Music & Musical Instruments Theme:

 




READ: BOOKS

Music Everywhere by Maya Ajmera



Every Little Thing by Cedella Marley
Drum Dream Girl by Margarita Engle
ABC Animal Orchestra by Donald Saaf (musical Instruments/ Orchestra )
Hey Diddle Diddle By Eve Bunting ( animals/ Musical Instruments)
Meeow and the Pots and Pans By Sebastien Braun (Musical Instruments)
Zin! Zin! Zin : A Violin By Lloyd Moss (Musical Instruments/ Orchestra)
Let's Play By Gabriel Alborozo ( Musical Instruments/ Orchestra)
Ellie in Concert By Mike Wu ( Animals /Musical Instruments/ Orchestra)
 If You’re a Monster and You Know It by Ed and Rebecca Emberley
Amazing Me! Music By Carol Thompson 
Old Macdonald Had a Woodshop by Lisa Shulman


The Seals on the Bus by Lenny Hort
Ten in the Bed by Jane Cabrera
Farmyard Beat By Lindsey Craig


Row, Row, Row your Boat By Jane Cabrera
Itsy Bitsy Spider By Iza Trapani
If You're Happy and You Know It By Jan Ormerod
The Soup Opera By Jim Gill
 If You' re Happy and You Know It By Jane Cabrera
Tanka, Tanka Skunk by Steve Webb
The Croaky Pokey By Ethan Long 
Never Play Music Right Next To the Zoo By John Lithgow
Violet's Music By Angela Johnson (K-3)
Music, Music for Everyone By Vera B. Williams 
Pete the Cat: The Pete's Go Marching By James Dean
Ah, Music By Aliki (K-5) 
M is for Melody: A Musical Alphabet Book By Kathy Jo Wargin
 
(Grades 1-3)






Squeak, Rumble, Whomp!Whomp!Whomp! By Marsalis Wynton
Jazz Baby By Lisa Wheeler  
Traditional Songs Series- Illustrated Song books- She'll Be Around the Mountain, I've Been working on the railroad, wheels on the bus,The ants go marching, clementine, the farmer in the dell, I know and old lady, Old Mcdonald had a farm) In many libraries these are either in J easy picture books or some can be found in J Easy 782.42162 section. 

Songs and Rhymes:


Laurie Berkner CD’s- (I Really Like to Dance Song, Jump in my Soup Song, We Are The Dinosaurs Song)

Jim Gill CD’s (Five Finger Band Song, Hands are Clapping Song , Silly Dance contest Song, Tempo Marches On Song, I Took a Bath in a Washing Machine Song, Color Song, List of Dances Song, May There always be sunshine)

The Wiggles CD’s ( Monkey Dance, Fruit Salad)

Dr. Jean Feldman CD’s – (Cool Bear Hunt Song, Mama Fish Song, )

The EIEIO Band…
Mrs. (your name) had a band eieio
And in her band she had a drum eieio
with a boom, boom, boom here and a boom, boom there
here a boom there a boom.
Mrs., (your name) had a band eieio.
Continue with other instruments.

Credit: Nuttinbutpreschool 

The Finger Band…
(Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush Tune)
The finger band has come to town, come to town, come to town. The finger band has come to town so early in the morning.
This is the way we play the drums (insert instrument of choice), play the drums, play the drums. This is the way we play the drums so early in the morning.
Change the instruments and act out how to play them.
(This is the last verse) The finger band has gone away, gone away, gone away. The finger band has gone away so early in the morning. Credit Nuttinbutpreschool


Instrument Song…
(This Is The Way We Wash Our Clothes)
This is the way we play our [flute]
Play our [flute]
Play our [flute]
This is the way we play our [flute]
When we’re in the band.

Act out playing the instrument as you sing. Substitute other instruments for the instrument in brackets [ ] and change actions accordingly. Credit Nuttin But Preschool

Boom Bang (Original Author Unknown)
Boom, bang, boom, bang! (clap hands like cymbals)
Rumpety, lumpety, bump! (drum thighs like a drum)
Zoom, zam, zoom, zam! (slide hands back and forth)
Clippety, clappety, clump! (stomp on the floor)

Note: Repeat verse going progressively faster or slower for a fun variation
Credit Kidssoup.com

Song : “The Ants Go Marching”
The ants go marching one by one, hurrah! Hurrah!
The ants go marching one by one, hurrah! Hurrah!
The ants go marching one by one,
The little one stops to suck his thumb,
And they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain.
(two, tie his shoe; three, climb a tree; four, shut the door; five, take a dive)
Credit: Childhood & Storytime Katie


Song : “Apples and Bananas”
I like to eat, eat, eat apples and bananas
I like to eat, eat, eat apples and bananas (Repeat with other vowels sound)
Credit: Childhood & Storytime Katie


Song : “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star”
Twinkle, twinkle little star
How I wonder what you are
Up above the world so high
Like a diamond in the sky
Twinkle, twinkle little star
How I wonder what you are
Credit: Childhood & Storytime Katie


CRAFT/EXPLORE/ PLAY:

Musical Fingers
Select a variety of music to play. Give the children large pieces of paper with spoonfuls of fingerpaint placed in the centers. Play the music and let the children fingerpaint to it. Encourage them to move their fingers and hands to the rhythms and tempos of the different kinds of music. Credit A to Z Kids Stuff 

Play Musical Chairs- set up a group of chairs and then play music from CD player or your phone app like pandora and then kids move around the chairs until the music is stopped and they must find a seat. Take a chair away each time and one person will end up not finding a seat each time too.  

Make shakers using plastic easter eggs either plain or with a design on them or even dessert size paper plates that have been pre -glued or stapled at the edge 1/2 to 3/4 quaters of the way around. Add a small amount of beans or rice to them and then seal shut with wide tape or glue. shake to classic songs like itsy bitsy spider, abc song etc or shake to music!


Paper Plate Banjo- - materials a sturdy paper plate, stickers, rubber bands and a paint stick handle. I would suggest cutting a couple small slits at edge of plate on both side where the rubber bands are going to go to make sure your plate doesn't curl up from the weight. 
Picture credit fun family crafts.com








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