Updated Music Lessons for Grades June 8-12

Music Lessons Grades 3-5 updated for June 8-12

 


Other Options for Music Learning are listed below.
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PBS Kids Music

Chrome Music Lab

Note Identification Practice

Note Identification Game
Aloha to my Piney Branch Ohana.  I really miss seeing your smiling faces everyday.  I hope you are making music a part of your daily life!  You can do this by moving to music with a steady beat, listening to different kinds of music and discussing it with your family, or using some of the links I am providing here to keep you going!  The music standards for the 3rd Quarter are attached, and all of them have been met.  Remember that these are always ongoing and you can expanding your skills through practice.


Here are some websites where you can find good music activities and lessons for free!

Kennedy Center Education - Great lessons for all ages.

Music Play Online - Music games

The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra - Listen to several different pieces and learn about the instruments

Word Synth - This is a fun way to create your own music!

Classics for Kids - Several games to reinforce and build upon what your students have already learned in music class.

Smart Music - I have created an "assignment list" so that students can practice sight-reading notes, practice singing song, etc.  This list is a work in progress and it will grow.  It's a really amazing tool that Smart Music has made for free through June!  To log in you will need a user name. Our group is "Piney Branch Ohana".  The password is PBOhana#1.  I hope to see you there.

Hopefully these will get you started.  I will most more in the days to come.  For my drama students, why not teach your family one of our fun improvisation games?  Choir, keep practicing your songs!  You can find good recordings online. 

Remember the order of notes on the music scale for treble clef! E G B D F (the lines) and F A C E for the spaces!
Practice singing your solfege scale "Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Ti, Do"

Here are some fun music worksheets!
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Recorder Worksheet 1.png
music-memory-game.pdf
how-to-read-music.pdf

  Keep working hard and enjoy the music of life that is all around you! You can find our focus of music standards for the 3rd quarter here: PWCS Music Standards Quarter 3.docx

Mahalo,

Mrs. Harrison


NATIONAL STANDARDS OF MUSIC EDUCATION


2. I can perform on instruments by myself and with others.

3. I can improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments.

4. I can compose and arrange music within certain guidelines.

5. I can read and notate (write) music.

6.  I can listen to, analyze, and describe music using music vocabulary.

7. I can evaluate music and music performances.

8. I can understand relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

9. I can understand music in relation to history and culture.

PWCS Music Standards Quarter 2.docx Please click on this document to see what each grade level is working on during the second quarter.

Grading is based on the following:
S+ Exceeds grade level standards.  I know (and can do) it well enough to make connections that were not taught.
S    Meets grade level requirements. I know (and can do) everything that was taught making few mistakes.
S- Approaching grade level standards. I know (and can do) all the easy parts, but I do not know (and cannot do) the harder parts.

"Learning and understanding music is a process, just like creating it."

Chorus Information
PBES Choir Letter.docx