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Music Class

Music 2021=2022
Mrs. Snyder
Contact
Karen.Snyder@dor.org
Music Class

August 30, 2021

Hi Everyone,

Hard to believe summer vacation is almost over! I am busy planning Music classes. We will be using the Music room this year! Yay!!!!
There are lots of instruments to explore that we couldn’t use last year. I look forward to seeing everyone and hearing about your summer musical adventures.

See you soon,

Miss Snyder

Music Class Update March 23, 2020

Music Class At Home

Dear Seton Students,

I miss you and miss making music with you! Here is some information to help you stay connected to music in the coming days.

Fourth, Fifth and Sixth grade- You can access your assignments using Google Classroom. Your access code is gdmhx5s New Assignments will be posted there by Wednesday of each week.

Second and Third Graders: We will be learning about the instruments of the orchestra. This week I want you to check out this reading of “The Remarkable Farkle McBride”. The author John Lithgow will read the story to you. It also includes great examples of each of the instruments of the orchestra. You may be familiar with this book. This version is really great.
Go to Youtube and type in The Remarkble Farkle McBride by John Lithgow.
Check back on this page each Wednesday for a new assignment.

Kindergarten and First Graders: You will also be listening to the instruments found in an orchestra. This week you are to watch the video “Peter and the Wolf”. Each character in the story has it’s own instrument sound to listen for. Ask for help looking for “DavidBowie Narrates Peter and the Wolf” on Youtube.
Check back here for a new assignment each Wednesday. Note to Parents-there are commercials in the middle of this. Teach your child to skip ads!

I would love to hear from you! You can email me at karen.snyder@dor.org any time and I will get back to you as soon as I can. If you have a question or just want to let me know how you are doing.

Hope to see you soon,

Miss Snyder