This week’s lesson plan has a Kittens theme, and it’s is always a guaranteed hit! It’s a great way to encourage even reticent children to get involved as they’ll want to tell you about their own cats at home, and if they haven’t got one, they love pretending anyway!
This music lesson plan introduces:
- Learning solfege with chime bars or resonator bells.
- Playing a variety of percussion instruments, recognising the steady beat and the rhythm. Listening skills, remembering patterns and echoing rhythms.
- Singing together with actions to promote speech development, storytelling and motor skills.
- Social skills; working in a group, following instructions and building confidence.
- Imaginative role play and movement to music.
The Kittens lesson plan is 14 pages long, and can be downloaded by visiting our store.
These plans are not intended to read as a script, as everyone will have their own teaching style. More, I hope that they will provide you with in-depth guidance for a number of related activities that I have found in my years of teaching to be particularly effective and engaging combinations.
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