I sent you the 4 corner PowerPoint slides with links to press for audio examples. I'm including a 6 minute demo video just in case my directions were not as clear.Author: Mr. JamesLength: 6:40
Hello Students and Parents!!!
So in this activity you'll need to find a room with 4 corners. Make one corner A, another corner B, another corner C and the last corner D.
Stand in the corner that you think the answer is in.
I have placed youtube links on the pages that ask you to choose which song or artist you hear.
This is one way to see what we've learned throughout the school year and get you up moving at the same time!4 corners powerpointAuthor: Mr. JamesLength:
Listen to the music and make your body size match the size of the sphere!Author: Mr. JamesLength: 2:06
Vowel vocal warm-up
Be sure to follow the size of the sphere for volume levelAuthor: Mr. JamesLength: 3:43
Have you ever thought of music being a lot like ice cream? The same basic ingredients, but with so many flavors each time it tastes or sounds different.
Join me on a journey as we look at some of the different flavors or genres of music this week. let's begin with hip-hop!
As you listen to this cool song, see if you and your family can answer the following questions:
1. What major U.S city did Hip Hop begin in?
2. What we're some early founding fathers who helped "Hip Hop" gain fame?
3. Whose birthday party did Hip Hop began at?
4. What does the term scratch refer to?Author: Mr. JamesLength: 3:43
Have you ever wondered how to create background noises? Which stories do you love to read the most? After watching the video I've uploaded at the top, create your own sounds as you read your favorite story.Author: Mr. JamesLength:
Name Michael JamesEmail: email@example.comGrade(s): K-5Subject(s): Music