Welcome toSecond Grade Sing-a-Long
Welcome to your digital second grade Sing-a-long classroom!! If it is time for music, head over to Mrs. Starr's page. Please follow the directions for videos below.
When you are done, fill out this easy MUSIC LOG to document that you participated in sing-a-long today!
Week 13: Wow, 2nd Graders, we have come to our very last Sing-a-Long class! No need to scroll down because you can find your assignment right here. Click present on the top right after you click this link to begin your adventure!! Have an AMAZING SUMMER :)
I have updated my FUNZONE!! Check it out!!
Is it your birthday?? Click the birthday tiger for a suprise!!
1. Time to get singing! Please click the video link below to echo some singing patterns with Ms.Crockett. Then see if you can echo just her hand!
2. Let's move around today. Move around the room while tapping the beat lightly on your shoulder. Call out a number and freeze for that many beats. Don't forget to count the beats in your head as you freeze! You can invite family members to play too.
3. **NEW** Today you will be using "Boom Cards" to identify the DIRECTION of the MELODY. A melody are notes strung together to make a song we can sing or play.
~Click this link and find your class name.
~Enter the password: music
~Scroll to the bottom and select "Music Ear Training|Same-Different Melodic Patterns" and play the game. Have fun!
4. Here is a folksong from South Africa called "Abiyoyo". A FOLKSONG is a song that originates from a specific country or area. Learn the lullaby with me and then see if you can sing along with the story.
5. Now let's practice some of our SONGS! Make sure you sing and move along!
Over the Sea (Echo Video)
Over the Sea (Full Song)
6. We have been working on singing ROUNDS! Sing with each of these videos twice! The first time we will sing together, the second time we will sing in a round. I'll go first :)
7. Now here's just a song to get us up, movin', and having fun
Yankee Doodle (Can you moved around the room to the A and B section?)