Music Lesson Plan[1]

Music Lesson Plan[1] - singing. Charlotte Diamond Ten...

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Kindergarten Lesson Plan 1. Ask the class questions that lead into ocean animals, since they have been learning about the ocean. a. Can anyone name some animals found in the ocean? b. Who knows an animal that has 8 tentacles? 2. The teachers will sing the song all the way through. 3. We will then divide the class into three groups: fish, octopus, shark. 4. Each group will learn their verse with call and response technique. Everyone will learn all motions. 5. Everyone will sing their parts with assistance from the teachers. 6. Students will sing alone, but teachers will cue which group should be
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Unformatted text preview: singing. Charlotte Diamond Ten Carrots (Album) 1995 Starting note: E Octopus (The Slippery Fish Song, adapted by: Kristin Schott, Lindsay Dubocq, Jennifer Stewart, Courtney Evans) Slippery fish, slippery fish, sliding in the water, Slippery fish, slippery fish, GULP, GULP, GULP! Oh, no! Its been eaten by an. Octopus, Octopus, squiggling in the water Octopus, octopus, GULP, GULP, GULP! Oh, no! Its been eaten by a Great white shark, great white shark, lurking in the water, Great white shark, great white shark, GULP, GULP, GULP!...
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