There are lots of interesting activities on this page to keep your mind very busy over the summer holidays, if you like - in return for plenty of dojos!
Have a wonderful summer, and I'll look forward to seeing you in September!
Mrs Hemingway ;)
1st June to Summer Holidays:
Pulse, Rhythm, Duration, Tempo, Melody, Pitch, Dynamics, Performance, Structure and Emotion in Music!
You can send your completed work to email@example.com - all work received will be rewarded with Dojos.
Music Work Set During Lockdown - July, Week 2:
Click here to think about 'How Music Makes You Feel', and to make improvements to your own song!
Music Work Set During Lockdown - July, Week 1:
Click here to learn about 'Structure', and to make your own song!
Music Work Set During Lockdown - June, Week 5:
Click here to perform some fun activities on 'Performing Dynamics'.
Music Work Set During Lockdown - June, Week 4:
Click here to listen to some great music and complete the activities on 'Identifying Dynamics'.
Music Work Set During Lockdown - June, Week 3:
Click here to 'meet' Bob Marley, and complete the activities on 'Melody and Pitch'.
Music Work Set During Lockdown - June, Week 2:
Click here to complete the activities on 'Duration and Tempo'.
Music Work Set During Lockdown - June, Week 1:
Click here and complete the activities! What creative ideas will you come up with?
Song of the Week:
This week's Song of the Week is a celebration song to help you to celebrate the end of the school year. There are lots of extra activities there, too; you can even play 'Great Day Bingo'! You can learn it by clicking here: 'Great Day'.
Easter to May Half-Term: Listening, Composing, Making and Finding Out
Try to complete 1 piece from EACH section, below: Listening, Composing, Making, Finding Out.
Have a look at this 'Nando's Peri-Ometer' music work. I'd like every pupil to try to complete one activity per week over the next 4 weeks, please. Choose 1 listening activity, 1 composing activity, 1 making activity and 1 finding-out activity.
'Spicier' work is harder. Less 'spicy' work is less difficult.
All levels of difficulty are available to all year groups, except that Year 3 pupils are limited in the COMPOSING challenge (Year 3 should not go any harder than 'Medium' in the composing work, as they have not learned beyond this).
The challenge is - the spicier you go, the more rewards you get! Look in the left hand column to see how many DOJO points are available to you!! Some of the harder work is also more fun and more interesting, so don't automatically go for easy. Challenge yourself: how hot can you go?
Email your work to me, (firstname.lastname@example.org) or ensure you keep your work in a safe place for when we go back to school,
so you can receive DOJOs for your hard work!
20th March to Easter: Body Percussion, Singing Games,Composing and More!
These Body Percussion workshops on You Tube are really fun! Click on one below, to try one:
If this is a bit hard, or you've got a little brother or sister who wants to join in, try one of these, instead:
Playing Body Percussion games is such of good way of taking part in music, and actually learning a lot about beat (pulse / heart-beat) and rhythm (the words on your fingertips). If you'd like to play along with more Body Percussion videos, here’s Ollie’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/OllieTunmer
Often, in class, we play Singing Games to help us with our musicianship. Click on this link for daily singing game activities, which you can do on your own. Just like in class, these are a lot of fun! https://www.nycos.co.uk/daily-activities/
Why not have a go at writing some music on this fun (free!) website. Click here, and start creating:
Here's another idea: Write a musical acrostic poem of your name. Here's mine:
When you've done it, you can send it in. Why not have a go at doing someone else's name, too - maybe your class teacher?
Your Wonderful Work!!
Here are 2 pieces of work from Scarlett, from the 'Finding Out' section of the Nando's work, set after Easter.
She's also done a very detailed PowerPoint about musical instruments, and has received a record number of dojos!
Can you beat her dojo record? Complete some of the work and send it in.
Here are some fabulous Musical Acrostic poems, from Amelia B:
Excellent work, Amelia! Mrs Palit will be very pleased to see her name in a musical poem! (2 dojos have been added for you)
We've also had some amazing PowerPoints sent in - they're too big to go on this page, but have received a LOT of Dojos.
A special mention goes to Ruby, in Yr6, who has done 2 incredible PowerPoint presentations, including lots of impressive facts.
Well done, Ruby! Here is a screen shot of just SOME of her slides:
Are you missing having a good old sing? Why not click here to sing some of your old favourites from our singing assemblies!
Stay safe. Stay well. Have fun!
Mrs Hemingway ;)