Music Resources in Elementary (Grades K-2) Arts

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Sergei Prokofiev's "Peter and the Wolf"
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  • Arts
  • K-2, 3-5
The PowerPoint presentation introduces Prokofiev; the characters and their instruments in the story of Peter and the Wolf.
"The robot song" with music
ELA_Team 
Updated: 
2016
6 Comments
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This song also contains musical interludes for movement.. It was very successful with 2nd Grade but younger children like it too. Sound files are...
Creating a musical Graphic Scores
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  • Arts
  • K-2, 3-5
Slides to teach what a graphic score is and templates for creating your own.
"The number bond to 20 rap" with music
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Common Core
This humorous, catchy rap is helpful to reinforce number bonds to 20. It also stands alone as a fun rap whatever age. Sound files are embedded, and...
Healthy living
Health_Team
Updated: 
2016
5 Comments
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Included in the PowerPoint are opportunities to compose;to perform a rap;a song and create movement.. The files are embedded but you must fully open...
Ancient Egypt songs about Tutankhamun
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Songs about Ancient Egypt and PowerPoints to go with them. "Hootin' Rootin' Tutankhamun" is written in the style of a Hoe Down and the introductory...
Toys. Singing and composing
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The PowerPoint contains embedded sound files to teach the songs . Backing tracks are downloaded separately as MP3s.There is a rap and a song and an...
“The Tables Song”
Math_Team
Updated: 
2016
3 Comments
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Common Core
The title says it all! The song is from a collection I've written called “Do You Know?” on a range of semi-random subjects. Aligned with Common Core...
Now The Flowers Are Growing - a song about plants
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This sample song is one of a number I've written on the theme of "Growing and Us". The flowers mentioned in the song are daffodils; tulips and...
Invent  a rhyme
Arts_Team
Updated: 
2016
1 Comment
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  • Arts
  • Elementary (Grades K-2)
Children encouraged to make up rhymes with 4 syllables. example given