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Instrument Creation: Music Camp, Part 1 (Ages 5-9)
A four-day Music Camp, where students craft unique musical instruments using materials mostly found around the home. We'll study the instruments origin, how it makes sound and play fun music games together. Here's a coupon code to give my class a try: DEWALBAND5 until Jul 30, 2022.
Kat DeWald, Certified Teacher B.A. Ed, M. CSP
4 total reviews for this teacher
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4x per week
over 1 week
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a “Multi-Day” course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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This is a Multi-Day camp where we will: create a musical instrument, explore its history and revel in how it makes its unique sounds. Music meets science, art, history and more! These instruments can be made from everyday supplies, most which you can find within your home. In Build a Kitchen Band Part 1, students will create the following instruments: Day 1 – Crazy Kazoos Day 2 – Paper Tambourines Day 3 – Rainbow Xylophones Day 4 – Mini Lid Banjo/Guitars *** If your learner enjoys this...
*The student will be able to identify and create four new instruments using supplies found in their house. *The student will be able to practice creating sounds, rhythms, tempos, and dynamics with their new instruments. *The student will be able to improve their understanding of how instruments work and the history behind these instruments.
Our Camp projects will be completed as a group. Students may need additional time outside of camp to add finishing details. The goal is for each student to have the main portion of the instrument completed during class.
1 file available upon enrollmentKazoo Toilet paper/paper towel roll 2 Rubber bands 2 pieces of 4x4 wax paper Paper Tambourine 2 Firm paper plates 10 Ribbon or string pieces approximately 6 inches long Hole punch 1/4 Cup of any of the following: Dried Beans, Rice, Macaroni, Bottle Caps (Optional) 6-10 Small jingle bells Rainbow Xylophone 6 jars or glasses Pitcher of water or water bottle and measuring cup for younger students Food coloring Wood spoon Paper towel or towel you don't mind getting stained Guitar/Banjo Large craft or popsicle stick 4-6 Loom bands or regular rubber bands (tiny elastic hair ties) Recycled jar cap or lid *Large jar lids will need regular size rubber bands.(Pickle Jar, Mayo Jar, etc.) Smaller jar lids will need small bands like loom elastic bands, the small bands used on girls' hair. A variety of rubber bands are great because varying thickness will create different sounds. ***Optional but encouraged: pencil, colored pencils, markers, paint, glitter, foam stickers and other craft supplies for decorating instruments.
Informal assessment is completed during the Peer Engagement portions of the Camp.
3 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please ensure your learner have scissors and craft supplies that are safe for their age and appropriate for the location they'll be participating in. If your learner is using paints, markers, etc. make sure they are in appropriate clothing and have the area covered. Youtube: Youtube links will be embedded into my presentations. These links will be age appropriate and represent the parts of an instrument, sounds of an instrument and on occasion historical facts. Chrome Music Lab: Learners will have time to explore the Chrome Music Lab during class time, this is a kid friendly website with various instruments that can be played on the computer. No advertisements or cost to the learner.
1. We will use Youtube and Amazon Music for audio/video clips appropriate to each instrument. 2. We will use Chrome Music Lab to explore instrument sounds and for additional tech fun outside of class.
Kat DeWald, Certified Teacher B.A. Ed, M. CSP
High energy and love making an impact.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
4 total reviews
5 completed classes
😉Hello, My name is Mrs. DeWald, it's wonderful to meet you! I'm a Music & Math teacher with the following credentials: Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education with a Mathematics minor Master's Degree in Higher Education & Counseling I have...