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Kindergarten music

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Looking for some fresh ideas for music activities in your classroom? Check out a list of our top 10 preschool music activities! We have narrowed down some of our favorites for you to try all month long!

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Preschoolers LOVE songs and I believe it is very important to bring music into the preschool classroom or home preschool. I have shared these 10 preschool transitions, but today I am getting more specific and sharing 10

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(This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase using these links, you will pay the normal price and I will earn a small commission.) Here’s a cute little echo song that you can sing with preschoolers. The Watermelon Echo Song is sung to the tune of Frère Jacques and each line is sung ... Read More about Song: The Watermelon Echo Song (Free Printable Sheet Music)

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Inspired Vocal Music Resources for Young Singers. The FULL VOICE Workbooks - a workbook for young vocal students. Singing, music theory, ear-training, rhythm reading and sight singing curriculum for Vocalists.

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It is now time to add rests to our music. This is basically the same lesson as lesson 8 but it includes the quarter rests. The addition of the rest means there are a lot more options for grouping the notes in sets of 4. Just a reminder that the rest gets one beat just as the quarter note does. Whenever the children are reading and clapping music it is important that the rest be "felt" even though there is no sound. For this lesson you may want to add instruments for variety. I always told my…

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