Classical Music for Kids: Dukas' The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Listen to the enchanting music of Dukas' The Sorcerer's Apprentice, reenact some parts of the musical story, and create craft inspired by the story.
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The class consists of 2 parts. In the first part of the class, the students will learn some facts about Paul Dukas, French composer. Then, I will tell the story about Sorcerer's Apprentice, Franz, accompanied by the Dukas' symphonic poem The Sorcerer's Apprentice. The plot is widely known. I will be narrating my own version of The Sorcerer's Apprentice. Students will reenact some parts of the story with the music. In a second portion of the class, children will make craft inspired by the...
The students will learn about Paul Dukas. They will learn or review what composer's do, and what does it mean to "compose" music. During the craft portion of the class, children will practice their fine motor skills.
Materials for Craft: 1. A tube from paper towel or 2 toilet paper tubes 2. Construction paper 3. 2-3 cotton balls 4. Sequins and / or small bright stickers 5. Old pencil (doesn’t need to be sharpen) 6. Glue 7. Scotch tape 8. Scissors 9. Markers
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
For the craft portion of the class, parental help is required for younger students (ages 4-5) and recommended for older students (ages 6-7) due to the use of scissors.
The recording used in the class is available through Public Domain of musopen.org https://musopen.org/music/468-the-sorcerers-apprentice/
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I am a graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia with bachelor degree in Psychology. Also, I studied Early Childhood Education in Israel and Ukraine. Before I started teaching on Outschool, I've being teaching creativity classes inspired by...