The recital is Thursday, April 30th @ 6:30pm at . Invite your family, extended family, neighbors, or friends. Let's celebrate your child's accomplishments!
Listed below you will find the songs your student's class will be playing or singing at the recital. Help your child have an AWESOME experience by being prepared!
Recital Practice list 1st year morning class BELLS: Do, Re, Mi (Major Scale up and down on bells! We WILL also play the DO MI MI, MI SOL SOL part of the song w/ CD.) SINGING: Hear How the Bells, Old Paint, Can’t Bug Me
1st year afternoon class BELLS: Old Paint: (DO, MI, SOL, DO, MI, SOL etc. over and over again) SINGING: Hear How The Bells, Can’t Bug Me and Do, Re, Mi, (practice with solfeg hand signs. On the DMM part, they will sing the lyrics, “When you know the notes to sing..etc.)
Tuition is due today. Please pay by midnight tonight to avoid a $10 late fee.
This fun traditional song helps to reinforce the SOL LA TI DO melodic cadence pattern. Identifying this pattern over and over again trains the ear to be sensitive to other patterns as well. We're developing intelligent listeners.
Today one of our activities was to sight read the steps or skips from a given note. This is a great sign that the students are internalizing and processing several of the the concepts that we’ve been teaching. This is a crucial skill set needed to develop into a music sight reader!
Baby Butterfly / BINGO
Using the Baby Butterfly and BINGO activities we are able to see that our bugs are hiding in EVERY song! Now we’re decoding enough that the kiddos can find these rhythms on their own. Recognizing bug rhythms in songs helps the students to develop the ability to sight read better and then in 3rd year compose their own song.
Let's practice sight reading!! Open up the Homework booklet and find the Lines & Spaces page at the back. Find some pennies, smarties, or anything that fits between the lines and play some games with your child. Not only is the "Hokey Pokey" training us to be intelligent listeners...it's a lot of fun too! Here is fun video for your kids grab them and follow along.