• 4/1/20

    Hi 1st Grade Families!

     
    Here is another online music class video for your children.  I hope they enjoy it!
     
    Please email me if you have any trouble accessing the video.  
     
    Stay well,
    Mrs. Losche

     

    3/23/20

    Hi 1st Grade Families!

    I have created a YouTube channel where I will be posting online music classes for your children.  This week, our topic is dinosaurs! I hope they enjoy singing and dancing along.  Here is the link: 

    https://youtu.be/W0IosiXnwcI
     
    Here is another video for them to watch if they are really interested in dinosaurs.  It is a song by Story Bots about many of the different types of dinosaurs.  That link is here: 
     
    Please email me if you have any trouble accessing these videos, if you have any questions, or if your children would like to explore any particular topics in online music class in the future.  
     
    Stay well!
    Mrs. Losche

     

    3/16/20- Remote Learning Assignment

     

    Hi 1st Grade!  Here are your Music Remote Learning Assignments.  Please email me if you have any trouble.  klosche@stroseoflima.com

    Have fun!  I miss you!

    Mrs. Losche

     

    Hickety Tickety Bumble Bee

    Gather some family members or some of your favorite toys and sing Hickety Tickety Bumble Bee using everyone’s name.  Don’t forget to pass around an imaginary bumble bee!  I know I don’t even have to write the words here because you know this chant so well!

     

    Bubble Beats

    Can you identify unique rhythms? Join some friends under the sea to test whether you can tell the difference between fun bongo rhythms. Please type in the address below to get to the game’s page.  Good luck and have fun! 

    https://www.ket.org/education/interactives/Everyday-Learning/bubble/index.html

     

    Penguin Dance

    Keep the steady beat and do everyone’s favorite…Penguin Dance!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uf0uKmKwnKs

     

    All Around the Kitchen

    March to the steady beat while you do all the moves…don’t forget to “stop right there” and look for our friend the rooster!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6uiUOB3sZc

      

     

    When Animals Get Up in the Morning

    Do you remember our song about animals getting up in the morning?  How many animals can you think of to sing about in this song?  Here is a version of the song to help you remember  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etbARfGTvWQ

    Here are the lyrics for you, too:

     

    When cats get up in the morning, they always say, “Good Day!”

    When cats get up in the morning, they always say, “Good Day!”

    They say, “Meow, meow, meow, meow!

    That is what they say.

    They say, “Meow, meow, meow, meow!

    That is what they say.