Want to help K-1 student to begin to discriminate between high and low pitches?
High & Low Mix-and-Match worksheets provide fun hands on activities that help kids tell the difference between the pitches they hear. Students begin by learning the song. Next, cut out the mix-and-match measures. Then they listen as the teacher plays each measure while they observe the high and low relationships of the notes in each mix-and-match measure. Then they arrange them in the right order based on what they hear. Finish by taping the measures in place.
You can teach the first lesson with the goal to introduce one song. In a few weeks you can come back to pitch discrimination and try the other two songs. In the second lesson they’ll probably know the routine, and you’ll be able to work through the remaining two songs.
Print High & Low Mix-and-Match Music Lesson Plan
High & Low Mix-and-Match from MakingMusicFun.net and is a music lesson packet that includes three song worksheets:
1) Diddle, Diddle, Dumping (Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme)
2) Engine Engine No.9 (Traditional)
3) Lemonade (Traditional)
…and a printable lesson plan and answer sheet.
National Standards for Music
This lesson plan and worksheet set are designed to fulfill Standard #6 of the National Standards for Music: Listening to, analyzing, and describing music.
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