PreK and Kindergarten teachers, are you looking for a no-prep music lesson plan to supplement the children's storybook "How do Dinosaurs Count to Ten?" by Jane Yolen and Mark Teague?
This is a fun movement-based music preschool lesson plan with songs, activities, and playlist suggestions with themes from the book. It was designed for PreK and Kindergarten-aged kids, but lower elementary kids love these activities too!
- List of simple materials (things you probably already have)
- List of songs to add to your playlist
- Detailed instructions for how to carry out 10 fun music activities
- Sheet music with lyrics, notation and chord symbols
My musical lesson plans teach basic musical concepts such as rhythm, singing, and movement, but are also great for developing coordination, gross and fine motor skills, and literacy skills. These lesson plans can be used as is or modified as needed, for toddlers, preschoolers, early elementary (kindergarten, first, and second grade), and homeschool co-ops.
This easy-to-teach lesson plan requires simple materials - generally egg shakers, scarves, a Bluetooth speaker, and an optional piano, keyboard, ukulele, or guitar. All songs can also be sung a capella if you don't play an instrument. You'll get activities themed for the lesson plan and instructions on how they should be performed, a complete list of songs to add to your playlist and any sheet music needed, complete with chords and notation. You can teach this lesson plan without an extensive musical background yourself!
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