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Milk and Cookies Time! 4 Weeks of Music and Movement With Ms. Annette
In this 4-week music and movement class, we will learn about high and low and long and short using context of songs, rhymes, movement games, and instrument demonstrations within the context of holiday baking.
Ms. Annette (she/her)
113 total reviews for this teacher
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Once per week
over 4 weeks
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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The month of December brings many holidays, and with the holidays come lots of delicious treats. Come join us as we sing and chant, learn songs and rhymes from around the world, explore our voices as instruments, create instruments from items around our homes, create some kitchen cacophony as we play along with songs, engage in pretend play, have musical story time, practice active listening, and use expressive movement to learn about the concepts of high and low and short and long. The...
Ms. Annette has been teaching music and drama to children for over 25 years and especially enjoys working with the early childhood set. With a preK-12 PA teaching certification, Annette enjoys making careful and conscientious decisions about music as well as creating classes that represent the traditions and backgrounds of her learners as well as introducing them to new ideas.
* A drum or something to use as a drum * Rhythm sticks or something to use as rhythm sticks * Jingle bells or something to use as jingle bells * A scarf or something to use as a scarf, such as a dishtowel, lightweight baby blanket, or play silk
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
While our movements will not be too robust, there will be times your musician will be invited to stand up and move to the music. Please make sure they have adequate space and footwear if necessary.
Recognizing that our community has many different celebrations and traditions, I invite families to share their favorite holiday baking traditions so I can find other songs, rhymes, and materials so your learner is represented in class. I research all music carefully, primarily on the following websites: Beth's Notes https://www.bethsnotesplus.com/ Decolonizing the Music Room https://www.decolonizingthemusicroom.com/ Folksong Index http://www.stephengriffith.com/folksongindex/ Mama Lisa's World https://www.mamalisa.com/ Singing Games for Children http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/ Smithsonian Folkways https://folkways.si.edu/learn Some materials I plan on using include: All Around the Kitchen (African American Play Party Song) Backe, backe Kuchen (German) Barn Sull (Scandinavian) The Corner Grocery Store Cup of Tea (Fingerplay) Dig a Little Hole (Fingerplay) Duérmete mi niño (Cuban) Fais do-do (French-Cajun) Great A, Little A (English) Great Big House in New Orleans (African American Play Party Song) Here Are Mother's Knives and Forks (Traditional Fingerplay) Hot Cross Buns (English) A House for Me (Fingerplay) I'm a Little Teapot (Traditional) Jelly in the Bowl (Canadian) Keenene (Ugandan) Lead Through That Sugar and Tea (African American Play Party Song) Muffin Man (English) Polly Put the Kettle On (English) Pease Porridge Hot (English) Shake Hands With Friends (Ella Jenkins) Shake Them 'Simmons Down (Texas Play Party Song) Swing Your Sweet (Appalachian Folk Tune) To Market, To Marker (English) Who's That Tapping? (American) Who Took the Cookies from the Cookie Jar (English)
Ms. Annette (she/her)
Teaching Artist, Bookworm, Singer, and Dreamer
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
113 total reviews
122 completed classes
Hello there! My name is Annette, and I am so excited to be part of the Outschool learning community! I have been teaching for over 25 years, and have a teaching certification for preschool through high school music. While pursuing my Bachelor of...