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Music’s Effect on Learning [infographic]

Music’s Effect on Learning [infographic] - Music impacts us in powerful ways. It can evoke strong emotions, make us want to tap our fingers & feet, & even help with learning & memory.

from Playbuzz

How Much Common Sense Do You Have?

Love this! Caleb's light switch. Definitely doing this! Ha!

William Tell Overture with rhythm sticks (form). I wish you could hear the rhythm sticks, but it is a good way to teach about form, since they do different things for the different parts of the form and you can see when parts come back.

from Mrs. King's Music Class

Listening to Beethoven

Listening to Beethoven I almost forgot that I had scanned these to share with you!  A few weeks ago we listened to Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven.  First graders discussed tempo, mood and dynamics and then created these written/drawn responses.

There's no moral difference between the animals, birds, fish, and insects we hunt, those we use for entertainment, those we kill for food and use as commodities, and those we love as members of our families. All animals, birds, fish and insects are sentient and have a right to live. Go vegan and stay vegan for them. It's the least we can do. Start here: Adopt, spay and neuter your companion animals!