This past week we had our first week of Explore Music Camp at our home studio.
Every day we explored a different instrument, sang songs, played boomwhackers and rhythm sticks and had a lot of fun with music.
We did finger plays, call and response songs and even played with the parachute on Friday!
Monday was Piano Day.
Tuesday was Violin Day.
Wednesday was Ukulele Day.
Thursday was Guitar Day
Friday was Voice Day.
Miss Rachel showed everyone how to rosin the bow so it doesn't slip on the strings.
Then she explained the different parts of the violin including the names of the strings.
Miss Amanda showed everyone how to play the ukulele, after explaining the different parts of the ukulele.
We did an experiment with different levels of water in glasses. It was just like playing a xylophone. The children enjoyed experimenting with the different sounds.
We still have 2 more weeks of camps. Be sure to join us!
July 30-August 3 and August 6 - 10.
Cost: $50 ($45 if you register early!)
For more information see Explore Music Camps or email Ms. Tonya at firstname.lastname@example.org
Oh, such fun, this brought back memories of rosin and horse hair bows and Suzuki lessons when my children were little. Wish I was there! CarolynReplyDelete
We'd love to have you if you are ever in the area!Delete
Your blog looks great, Tonya!! :) Music Camp looks like so much fun!! I want to learn to play the violin!! lol--among other things! Maybe one day!ReplyDelete
Ann Marie Smith @ Innovative Connections
Thanks for looking Ann Marie! I have a new header now that I really like better than before. Your never to old to learn a new instrument! You'd like it!Delete
Grreat blog postReplyDelete