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Grade 5 Music

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Grade 5 Resources: To download documents, when you push the link, it will bring you to a new page that says "No preview is available because its size exceeds 1.0 MB. To view it, click the "Download" tab above." To download the document, click on the "Download" tab beside the "View" tab. It will open the document in a new page. From there it can be viewed on your computer and printed or downloaded.




Fun with composers have created some pretty fun lessons you can follow along with at home. Check out this fun challenge!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPftZ2M13Lk




Grade 5: 






Incredibox link: https://www.incredibox.com/demo/



If you would like to practice your recorder karate songs but don't have your music at home, I have attached the booklet here:


Grade 5 Recorder Karate Booklet.pdf



Note Reading Practice on the staff


Singing songs is a great way to practice vocabulary and to immerse yourself in music!


Some ideas for French and English singers/playlists you can check out are listed below.


  • French singers you can look up on Youtube:
    • Swing La Bottine 
    • Carmen Campagne
    • Jacques Chenier
    • Suzanne Pinel
    • Alaclair
    • Marie-mai
    • Blue jeans blue
    • Manau
    • Zaz
    • Garou
    • Shy’m
    • Mika
    • Cœur de pirate
    • Jacynthe
    • Évangiline
    • Stromae
    • Indila
    • Les trois accords  



  • Listen and journal/respond to a variety of styles and selections of music PrimaryMusicListeningWorksheet.pdf
  • Practice moving to music: Dance, walk, skip, explore; there are so many great ways to use your body to respond to music
  • Create: Sing or play along with instruments (ones at home or create your own) and make up some catchy jams :)




A great site to listen to music can be found herehttps://www.classicsforkids.com/




Music Games for Kids:

PB Works - https://pbskids.org/games/music/

Sphinx: http://www.sphinxkids.org

Kid Tastic: http://www.kidtastic.com/city/musiccenter/musiccenter.html

Oyunlar Games: http://www.oyunlar1.com/musicgames.asp


Some more sites to check out with some great classical music to listen to (along with music games and activities):

San Francisco: http://www.sfskids.org/

Dallas: https://www.mydso.com/dso-kids/

New York: https://www.nyphilkids.org/games/main.phtml

LSO: play.lso.co.uk

Digital Tour of the Cincinatti's Concert Hall with music: https://www.thinglink.com/video/1193562205191143426


If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to send me an email at JCraigen@sunrisesd.ca



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