Fairy Tales and Classical Music: Listen, Move, Play, and Make Crafts!
Listen to the classical music, move with it, play a musical “Guess Who?” game, and create fairy tale puppets in this fun classical music appreciation class for young students. You can play with your puppets after the class too! #creative
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55 minute class
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In the first part of the class, we will discuss what are fairy tales and what fairy tale characters children are familiar with. I will introduce some of common fairy tale characters, like princess, knight, dragon, and fairy. We will discuss the behaviors of these characters and the sounds that might be associated with them. We will play musical “Guess Who? game": listen to 4 short fragments of music and try to pair them with the 4 characters discussed earlier. We will move with the music...
We will practice listening to short segments of classical music and expecting "clues" from the music.
Materials for craft 1. Paper towel tube or 2 toilet paper tubes 2. Small piece of any shiny paper (could be aluminum foil) 3. Scraps of construction paper or any other types of colored paper 4. Colored tissue paper or construction paper 5. Glue 6. Small scissors 7. Scotch tape 8. Markers
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
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.
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249 total reviews
406 completed classes
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...