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MUSIC. We are the music makers and we are the dreamers of dreams… Arthur O’Shaughnessy, 1881. Reasons to Include Music. Mental capacity and intellect- connection between music and mathematical thinking. Mastery of the physical self- aids in coordination.

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Music

MUSIC

We are the music makers and we are the dreamers of dreams…

Arthur O’Shaughnessy, 1881


Reasons to include music

Reasons to Include Music

  • Mental capacity and intellect- connection between music and mathematical thinking.

  • Mastery of the physical self- aids in coordination.

  • Development of the affective aspect- helps to convey different moods to express feelings and emotions.

  • Development of creativity- can create an imaginary world that stimulates a child’s creativity.


Musical intelligence

Musical Intelligence

  • Ability to perceive, produce and appreciate pitch and rhythm.

  • Appreciation of the forms of musical expressiveness.

  • Individuals with Musical Intelligence:

    Leonard Bernstein, Ray Charles, Emmylou Harris, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Joan Baez, Nora Jones, James Taylor and Eric Clapton.


Logical mathematical intelligence

Logical-Mathematical Intelligence

  • Ability to discern logical and numerical patterns including rhythm, meter, time, signature, and note value,, and the ability to handle long chains of reasoning.

  • Capacity to explore patterns, categories, and relationships can be heard in four-part harmony and counterpoint music from the Baroque Era. An example would be Bach.


Singing with young children

Singing With Young Children

  • Songs should be easy and short and have a steady beat.

  • Needs to have a lot of repetition.

  • Needs to be in their vocal range.

  • Variety of songs- songs about names, body parts, clothes, feelings, home family, animals, and ones that allow imitation of sounds.


Old traditional and folk songs

Old Traditional and Folk Songs

  • Where is Thumbkin?

  • This Old Man He Played One

  • I’ a Little Teapot

  • Two Little Blackbirds

  • Miss Mary Mack


Nursery rhymes

Nursery Rhymes

  • Mary Had a Little Lamb

  • Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

  • London Bridge

  • Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush


Lullabies

Lullabies

  • Hush Little Baby

  • Rock–a-Bye Baby

  • Are you Sleeping?

  • Lullaby and Good Night


Finger plays and action songs

Finger plays and Action Songs

  • Offer potential for learning new words, rhyming, and alliteration.

  • Develop verbal and language skills.

  • Expand awareness of tempo, accent, patterns, and intensity.

  • Enhance understanding of concepts.

  • Examples: Let’s Go On A Bear Hunt.

    Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, Turn Around.


Musical instruments

Musical Instruments

  • Can be one the most exciting parts of creative arts experience.

  • Allow children to experiment with different sounds and tone qualities.

  • Discover and create rhythmic patterns.

  • Develops music appreciation

  • Springboard to multicultural education


Music

http://www.dsokids.com/default.aspx

http://www.classicsforkids.com/parents/books.asp

http://www.creatingmusic.com/

http://freesongsforkids.com/childrensmusicvideosbysubject


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