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practice their ability to read music by playing a game called Swat the Staff.  To play this game we create a staff on the wall or a board.  Students choose one flyswatter and take their place in front of the staff.  With their backs to the staff and flyswatters down students listen to hear what letter they need to swat.  This fun game is a great way to review the letter names of the staff

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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.

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