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Musically Montessori: First Twelve Weeks
BONUS LESSON: Preparing for this Course
Bonus Lesson: "Helpful hints, rhythm instruments, and props you will need in the course" (14:22)
1. Let's Begin with Procedures
Week #1: "Anatomy of a Music Class" (69:17)
2. Introducing Steady Beat
Week #2: Playing rhythm sticks to explore the very important concept of steady beat in music (42:35)
3. Steady Beat vs No Steady Beat
Week #3: Exploring Steady Beat and Sounds That Have No Steady Beat (38:19)
4. How To Introduce a New (seasonal) Song To Children
Week #4: Teaching a new song to children using the Orff-Schulwerk method (53:41)
5. Is It High Or Is It Low?
Week #5: Exploring pitch with singing and with props (37:52)
6. "Sunflower" Musical Scale Song
Week #6: The "Sunflower Activity" (Cycle of a Plant's Life) with pitched instrument up and down the musical scale. (42:35)
7. Do Your Children Love "Presto"?
Week #7: Learning the music terminology for fast and slow through listening games and movement activities. Using stick puppets and visuals for exploring fast and slow in music (31:10)
8. Playing the "Presto & Largo Game"
Week #8: Using a variety of puppets and music games for exploring fast and slow in music (53:40)
9. "Piano" Means Quiet
Week #9: Playing listening games and using sand blocks to explore quiet and loud in music (38:40)
10. "Forte" Means Loud!
Week #10: Movement and singing games to explore loud and quiet in music (46:22)
11. Let's Play "The Conductor Game"
Week #11: Putting together what we have learned about the elements of music through this fun game (46:39)
12. "We Are Fine Musicians"
Week #12: Playing a variety of rhythm instruments together in an "ensemble" (72:52)
Week #10: Movement and singing games to explore loud and quiet in music
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