Sunday, October 14, 2012

Music and Movement - Carnival of the Animals

Music and Movement:  Carnival of the Animals photo
 
This semester I have been introducing my students to Carnival of the Animals by Saint-Saens.  But we don't just sit and listen! 
 We get up and move!
 
Today I am writing at GoDandelion.com
 
Enjoy!

8 comments:

  1. Your post on Dandelion is so very comprehensive and full of wonderful ideas! Thank you so much, Carolyn

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    1. Thank you Carolyn for the encouraging comment! Thank you for reading!

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  2. I love how it integrates many different aspects of music (story, instruments, listening, movement)!

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    1. Thank you Andrea. Isn't Carnival of the Animals a brilliant way to teach children music?

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