Using Music to Express Yourself

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Danielle H. Miller Art/Music Topic: Using Music to Express Yourself Ages: 4-5 Text/Materials Used: -Two white king sized sheets -Tempura Paint (eight different colors) - -Soap -Water -Disney CD -Paint Pans -Dish Tubs filled with soapy water (eight) Behavioral Objectives: In this lesson, students ages four and five will express their feelings towards certain musical pieces by dancing, with paint on their feet, on a white sheet. The students will have colored paint on their feet to record heavy footsteps in accord to loud music and tip toe in accord to soft music. Because of having his/her own individual paint color, the creation will allow the students to distinguish their own feet as well as test their recognition of the pattern of footsteps matching up with certain songs. Students may also achieve satisfactory aggression release by participating in this activity. Procedures: First of all I need to set up. There will be eight paint tins filled with eight different colors of paint and a little bit of soap and water added (to make it
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2011 for the course ACCT 101 taught by Professor All during the Spring '11 term at Kaplan University.

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