Epo I Tai Tai E - body percussion game
This is a body percussion game using a song from the Maori people of New Zealand. The first part is easier for younger students the second one is more advanced for older students. Challenge - See if you can learn both parts!
Recommended grades K and up - use the body percussion that is easier for you!
Synopa rhythm challenge
Recommended for grades 4th & up.
Bim Bum - a clapping game
Challenge yourself with this clapping game.
Recommended grades Kinder and up.
So La Mi singing challenge
Recommended grades 1st and up
Mi, Re, Do - singing challenge!
Get your singing on at home!
Echo sing and sing short patterns with the video. Challege your parents to sing along!
Recommended Grades 3rd and Up
Rhythm Challenge - Quarter Notes, Eighth Notes, and Quarter Rest
Play along to Tchaikovsky's Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy from "The Nutcracker" ballet.
Clap the rhythms, use other body percussion or make your own percussion instrument!
Recommended for Grades 2 and up.
Percussion Play along
Click on the video link and use your own body percussion or home percussion (ie: pots, pans, cutlery, etc) to play along!
Song - Sylvia Pizzicato (pizzicato means to play plucked or short on a stringed instrument)
Recommnded Grades K through 5
Home Percussion play along
Use objects from home to play along to "Rondo Alla Turka" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart!
Recommended Grades 2 and up