What is Sound?
Students detect the instrument being played after being exposed to the sounds it makes. In this musical instrument sound lesson, students develop listening skills and identify the instrument they hear.
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Q is for Quilt: Read and Create
Kindergarteners review the letter Q and create a beautiful quilt art project after reading the story The Quiltmaker's Gift. They are prompted by the teacher to identify the letter Q by its sound and its shape. They then listen to the...
K English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
New Review STOMP: A Study Guide
Imagine a show with no dialogue and no narrative, but only noise and confusion. And yet by the end of a performance, the entire audience is feeling the rhythm. Welcome to STOMP. Find out what all the noise is about with a study guide...
3rd - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable
Music: Sounds on the Farm
Singing is a great way to build memory, music, and verbal communication skills. Little ones sing the song, "Old Mac Donald had a Farm." They make the sounds of each animal on the farm paying attention to signaling cues, singing high, and...
Pre-K - 2nd Visual & Performing Arts
Music Listening-What's The Sound
In this lesson, Music Listening-What's The Sound, students practice playing different instrument. Students listen as the instruments are played to determine the sound of each instrument. Students will match the instrument to the sound....
1st - 3rd Visual & Performing Arts
Sounds, Sights and Feel of Nature- Albert Bierstadt's Wind River Country
Students examine a painting. In this painting and nature lesson, students view Albert Bierstadt's painting, Wind River Country, and examine what they see. Students remember a time they've been outdoors, are asked what they remember...
Pre-K - 1st Visual & Performing Arts